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CANADIAN BASKETBALL LEAGUE
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CBL Social Media Policy

CBL Social Media Policy

2016-2017

COUNTRY, COMMUNITY, CLUB!

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Social media is defined as involvement in online conversations with players, fans and other community members thorough one or more social media websites or phone apps. For the basis of this policy, social media includes Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, personal blogs and video or picture sharing websites.The Canadian Basketball League (CBL) and its Member Clubs reserves the right to add to the list of social media websites in the future.

1. GENERAL PURPOSE

1. The purpose of educated and responsible social media use for the Canadian Basketball League (CBL), its Member Clubs and its players, coaches and other personnel are to connect with current or potential fans and engage them through a favourite player personality or the team as a whole.

APPLICATION & SCOPE

All players, coaches, staff and team/league officials have to abide the CBL’s social media policy. The CBL according the standards for traditional news mediums will evaluate content offences. The CBL league official will decide on fines and other punishments. Anyone associated with the Canadian Basketball League (CBL) and its Member Clubs is legally liable for content posted on or through social media websites.

CBL team and league officials will monitor the social media use of players, coaches and other team personnel and then determine if any response or action is necessary against the player or

GUIDELINES & PRINCIPLES

4.1 GUIDELINES

Players, coaches and personnel involved in game operations cannot use cell phones, PDAs, or any electronic device 45 minutes before a game or following the game before the media session Social media activities should not interfere with any commitments to the organization as a whole, specifically during games, practices, or other team activities. Any member of the CBL and its Member Clubs should not use any copyrighted CBL or its Member Clubs material (including team logos, CBL logos) in their personal social media use. Material obtained that belongs to a third party has to be cited, in order to avoid issues of Players also should not engage in language that is offensive, defamatory or insulting against any other player, team, coach, owner or official.

Players should also not post any material with social media websites and/or phone apps that is confidential, such as plays, defences schemes or other information that could affect the fair and competitive atmosphere of the games. Also any internal issues relating to players, coaches or other personnel should not be voiced through the forum of social media.Any member of the CBL or its Member Clubs should be not post material that is disrespectful to the organization, other employees, fans, community partners, or competitors.

4.2 PRINCIPLES

Players are encouraged to open social media account (under the guidelines mentioned above) and engage in conversations with other players and fans. The players’ personal social media accounts will only be filtered in extreme cases of violation to this policy. Players are encouraged to express their personal personalities and use a conversational tone when engaging with fans through social media.Social media allows fans to directly engage with players and can help build a relationship between the team and the active or latent fans. Players, coaches and any member of the organization should engage with social media through honest, responsible and respectful Players are also encouraged to engage with fans through the CBL and it’s Member Clubs, Twitter and Facebook page. Other members of the organization should also engage with social media, specifically members who could reach different and various publics. This could include dance team members, owners/executives, coaches, staff and mascots. Players and any team official should obtain permission from the CBL PR department regarding the content of official positing. Official postings should be limited to information about team activities, community service project, and games.Players, coaches and any team personnel need to clearly portray their actual name and affiliation with the CBL and its Member Clubs on their personal blogs or other social network Every member of the Canadian Basketball League (CBL) and its Member Clubs should be aware that one’s online presence always reflects the organization as a whole. Players, coaches and team personnel should be aware of what content, images and other comments are available to the public through their social media website and/or phone app. This is especially applicable to the response of players or coaches to negative feedback about their game The Canadian Basketball League (CBL) and its Member Clubs use social media to target specific groups or factions of the community. The publics that follow players and coaches could be different publics from one that follows the team as a whole or a specific department within the organization. Any posting through social media websites and/or phone apps should consider who their primary audience would be.The Canadian Basketball League (CBL) and its Member Clubs social media website and its players’ social media websites have different uses, audiences and content. Members of the organization should be aware of the most successful ways to utilize each specific social media The entire organizations’ primary purpose is to expand fan involvement and loyalty within the community through social media. However players, coaches and team officials will have individual-specific purposes as well. For example, the primary purpose of social media for players is to generate discussion and create relationships with fans, while the primary purpose of social media for the organizational departments is to establish control over the message, post breaking news and promotional opportunities, and ultimately sell more tickets to CBL games.Every member of the Canadian Basketball League (CBL) and its Member Clubs should understand the importance of social media for the team specifically and the league as a whole to connect with fans. But it is crucial to remember to use social media websites with caution.

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