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Venezuelan papers go digital to survive crisis

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A lack of newsprint, brain drain, lawsuits and an economy in crisis are forcing the Venezuelan press to turn to the internet as a means of distribution in a quest for survival in a country with precarious connectivity and limited resource access.

Added on the 17/07/2019 00:03:03 - Copyright : AFP EN

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