In Asia, where mobile journalism is particularly established, one leading force is TV broadcaster NDTV India.
In its mojo-only newsroom, reporters venture out in the field with just a mobile phone and a collection of gadgets and apps. One of those is foreign editor, Umashankar Singh, who has been relying on his smartphone for more than a decade.
Singh can be seen using his selfie stick for everything from crisis reporting to political events. He speaks to Journalism.co.uk about how this is possible and what you need inside your mojo toolbag to get started.
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