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ONA/SF Message Board › How the News Changes on Mobile Devices

How the News Changes on Mobile Devices

Laird H.
LairdHarrison
Oakland, CA
Post #: 6
The news looks different on a mobile device. What does that mean for journalists? We're planning a meeting with some of the people who spend all their time thinking about those questions: the designers of mobile news apps. Mobiles Republic is already on board. Who else would you like to see on a panel. Circa? Flipboard? Pulse? Zite? Watchup? Also, does anyone have contacts at these companies? We're planning the meeting for the second week of November, and it would be great to get invitations out soon.
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