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Hello, communicators:

 Matt Barrie, a host on ESPN’s “SportsCenter,” recently tweeted a moment of irony with reporter Dianna Russini:

I was asking @diannaESPN about potential communication issues during tomorrow nights #NFLDraft, then this happened. 😂😂😂

— Matt Barrie (@MattBarrie) April 22, 2020

Navigating technical issues is yet another responsibility communicators must face as they  adapt to virtual solutions for shows, meetings, events and more. Do you have any stories to share? Tweet them under the #DailyScoop hashtag.

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The social media platform added to its COVID-19 policies, stating tweets with pandemic claims that “incite people to action and cause widespread panic, social unrest or large-scale disorder” must be removed:

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