If you didn't make it to News on the Move last week you missed a treat.
Press Gazette's third annual conference about making journalism work on mobiles and tablets was held in the extremely swish surroundings of The News Building and was organised in association with News UK.
In a nutshell we learned that that the BBC has now passed the tipping point where most traffic comes from mobile and that other sites such as Buzzffeed and Metro got there some time ago.
And if you are redesigning or relaunching your website it now appears to be a given that you need to go for a responsive solution, so start with a site that works on mobile and then check that it scales up ok to tablet and desktop.
Here is News UK chief executive Mike Darcey's keynote, on the importance of investing in quality journalism.
And here is our three-minute video report giving you News on the Move in a nutshell:
And here's the whole conference:
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