The protests have sparked a national conversation about the role of sports in society, and the implications of the protests have been felt in the broadcasting industry. Broadcasters have had to grapple with how to cover the protests, and how to balance their coverage of the game with the political implications of the protests. Broadcasters have had to decide whether to show the protests or not, and how to discuss them. Some networks have chosen to show the protests, while others have chosen to focus on the game and avoid discussing the protests. This has led to a wide range of opinions on how the protests should be covered.
The protests have also had an impact on the way broadcasters talk about the game. Broadcasters have had to be more mindful of their language when discussing the protests, and have had to be more aware of the potential implications of their words. This has led to a more thoughtful and nuanced approach to sports broadcasting. Finally, the protests have had an impact on the way broadcasters talk about the players involved.
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