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Steve Herrmann Steve Herrmann | 10:23 UK time, Tuesday, 25 November 2008

How do you get your news at different times of the day? When do you want headlines on the radio and when do you sit down and watch a TV bulletin or log on to see what's happening? And, of particular interest to us right now, how do you keep up to date if you're out and about or commuting?

We've been carrying out some audience research to ask people these questions, and we've been specifically asking whether and when they use their mobiles to get news (or sport, or weather or travel). And if they don't, whether they ever would.

Read more and comment here at The Editors at BBC News

Steve Herrmann is Editor, BBC News website

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