The National Basketball Association is trying to reduce the amount of live radio interviews in locker rooms. An NBA representative told Reuters the interviews had become a distraction the players. As part of the effort, the NBA is banning reporters from using their cell phones in locker rooms; typically radio reporters hand their cell phone to a player and tell the player to “go live.” According to Reuters, the league is especially concerned about unauthorized photos from being taken and distributed on the Internet by reporters using cell phones that are also cameras.
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