Don't break news on Twitter, AP warns reporters

11/17/2011 | Washington Post, The

The Associated Press has issued a warning to staffers who used Twitter to break news that reporters covering the Wall Street protests were being arrested. AP reporters shouldn't scoop the agency's own news wires, and should let editors deal with sensitive issues such as the detention of reporters, says AP social media chief Lou Ferrara.

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