In the midst of a press crisis, Venezuela reinvents itself to smell like a newspaper again

  • Source: EFE
  • June 16, 2021

"The disappearance of print media in Venezuela, as a result of the crisis, has led publishers to reinvent themselves to go back to their origins and recover the smell of ink and paper of yesteryear, from the hand of the 'town crier,' as the traditional newspaper delivery man is known in the country.

Starting on Aug. 3, El Nacional announced this week it will return to print with limited editions and through subscription. This is happening for the emblematic newspaper despite the embargo on its headquarters as part of a compensation of 30 million dollars to the number two of Chavismo, Diosdado Cabello, for 'moral damage.'"


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