The AP's Plan to "Manage the Noise" of Social Media on Election Night

With social media to create great deal of "noise" and "a confusing time for alot of people" around the election returns, the Associated Press is telling its staffers not to share the race calls by other news organizations, says Eric Carvin, Social Media Editor in this interview with Beet.TV In this interview, Carvin also speaks about best practices for reporters using social media. More about the efforts by news organizations to maintain their credibility after past foul-ups, reported by Brian Stelter in The New York Times. Andy Plesser

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