Reddit’s removal of talent director Victoria Taylor sparked a community protest over the weekend, and now the site seems to be touching on some of the reasons why it let her go. In a comment, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian essentially writes that her dismissal is part of an overhaul to how Reddit will work with celebrities. Rather than occasionally helping celebrities conduct an hour-or-so question and answer session — which is what Taylor did in Reddit’s AMA community — Ohanian says that Reddit now intends to help celebrities become “consistent posters … rather than one off occurrences.” Ohanian says that Reddit will still help bring big names to the AMA section, but it intends to let the section’s moderators take it from there.

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