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Articles by Fiona Spruill

Fiona Spruill is head of global growth at Meetup. She’s a former editor of emerging platforms at The New York Times.
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“Smart journalists should experiment now, because at least one of these devices will move out of the geeks-only realm before we know it.”
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“The numbers speak for themselves. In the next 12–18 months, many news organizations will cross the 50 percent threshold where more users are visiting on phones and tablets than on desktop computers and laptops.”
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