mal comune, mal comune. Divieto di blogging: Liveblogging a una partita di basket ? se fai piu’ di 5 post per tempo della partita, ti buttano fuori.

Vietato fare piu’ di 5 post per tempo a basket, 3 post per quarto nel football, una volta per inning nel baseball. Inoltre bisogna linkare anche il sito della NCAA ed includere nei post i dati ufficiali.

Altrimenti violi le policies della NCAA sulla "rappresentazione della partita".

A voi non viene il leggero sospetto che chi ha deciso questa cosa, come dire, sia un po "estraneo" al fenomeno dei blog ?

Link: NCAA to Bloggers: Too Many Posts and You’re Out! – New York Times.

A Kentucky newspaper reporter was ejected from an NCAA baseball regional championship game in June for live-blogging the event. The NCAA contended then that live-blogging violated its policies with regard to "live representation of the game."

The new NCAA rules (download PDF) allow credentialed reporters to live-blog championship events as long as they limit their posts to those outlined in the rules. For example, a reporter can blog three times per quarter and once at half-time for NCAA football games and five times per half and once at half-time for NCAA basketball games. Two live posts are allowed per overtime period for basketball. In baseball, live-blogging is allowed once per inning.

The rules also stipulate that live-bloggers must link their posts to the NCAA’s Blog Central site and include an NCAA sports log on their blog sites. Mike Masnick, president and CEO of IT research firm Techdirt, argued in a blog that the new rules make no sense and only serve to hurt the sport.

NCAA sta per National Collegiatte Athletic Association

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