Mobile journalism is being driven by the smartphone

Mobile journalism is being driven by the smartphone
Steve Dempsey

Smartphones have had a huge effect on how media is consumed, but they’ve also changed how the news is gathered and reported on.

Their ubiquity, improved cameras and increased functionality has empowered both citizen journalists, and professionals.

Next month, Dublin will become the centre of attention for anyone who uses mobile devices as content creation tools, when RTE holds MoJoCon, an international convention on mobile journalism.

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