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Topic “newsprint shortage”

104-year-old daily is the latest Venezuelan newspaper to stop print edition due to lack of paper

*This story has been updated.

Venezuelan daily Panorama, founded in 1914 and based in the northwestern state of Zulia, published its last print edition on May 14. Read more »


El Nacional, Venezuela's largest independent newspaper, to end print edition

Venezuela’s largest independent newspaper will stop circulating in print after Dec. 14 and will turn its attention to its website. Read more »


Venezuelan journalists sue state newsprint distribution company for alleged discrimination in El Carabobeño case


The director of Complejo Editorial Alfredo Maneiro (CEAM for its initials in Spanish), the Venezuelan state enterprise in charge of selling newsprint to print media outlets in the country, was sued for what the complainants said is the discriminatory allocation of newsprint paper that caused newspaper El Carabobeño newspaper to end its print edition, according to information from the NGO Espacio Público. Read more »


After 82 years, Venezuela newspaper El Carabobeño cancels print edition due to newsprint shortage


Due to a lack of newsprint, regional newspaper El Carabobeño in the state of Carabobo, Venezuela stopped circulating its print edition after 82 years. The paper reported the news in an editorial in which it qualified the event as a “blow to freedom.” Read more »


Venezuelan newspapers declared to be in emergency due to newsprint shortage

The 86 newspapers that are part of the Regional Chamber of Venezuelan Newspapers were declared to be "in emergency" after the organization learned that there is no paper to continue operations, according to the newspaper La Nación in the Venezuelan state of Tachira. Read more »


Journalists move online in Venezuela as government pressure on media companies grows

Increasing pressure on traditional media in Venezuela over recent years has forced journalists critical of the government to move online in search of refuge. The transition has spurred the creation of several small publications online and has changed the way that Venezuelans, especially those critical of the government, share and receive information. Read more »


Nearly 40 publications affected as Venezuelan newsprint crisis worsens

Venezuela’s oldest daily newspaper, El Impulso, is the latest publication to narrowly avert a shutdown amid an ongoing newsprint (paper) shortage that has affected nearly 40 newspapers and magazines across the country over the past year. Read more »


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