#MobileChat No. 104 with Beki Winchel

[UPDATE: View the Beki Winchel Storify  for a recap of the live Q&A]

How do you consume information today?

From newspapers, radio, and television to websites, social media and mobile apps, we clearly do not lack ways to access information immediately. What is most interesting to me though is how mobile continues to change how we consume and create that information.

Beki WinchelTo help us navigate the brave new world of mobile media consumption and creation, we’ve asked Beki Winchel, co-editor at PRDaily and a self professed social media geek and sassypants, to guest on the next #MobileChat.

Wondering if it matters how much of your site traffic comes from mobile? We’ll ask Beki.

Want to know if you should cross post content on various social media channels? We’ll ask Beki.

Heard the term “citizen journalism” before and not sure what it means? We’ll ask Beki.

Have other questions about the digital and mobile era of journalism? Then join us Wednesday, September 10th from 9-10pm ET via #MobileChat on Twitter as chat live with Beki. We might even have to start a new hashtag trend… #AskBeki

Chat more soon – Patrick Goodman

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