Another Old News
A low-cost newspaper: forty pages of recycled blank paper filled with handwritten 'news', exclusive news.
No duplication, no distribution, no reprint, no segmentation, just rotten news.
Or news that is not,
Or news that is,
Or news that,
Or just news.
Old news about the news reads:
“Five independent magazines and a weekly newspaper have been charged by Ethiopia’s Justice Ministry, a move that may add to the long lists of shuttered publications and Ethiopian journalists in exile. In a press release issued August 4, the ministry accused the journals of publishing false information, inciting violence, and undermining public confidence in the government, news reports said.” Committee to Protect Journalists, August 20, 2014
And new-old news about the news reads
"Many Ethiopian Facebook users believe the sudden concession is related to this month’s visit of President Barack Obama, the first to Africa’s second most populous country by a sitting US leader. After more than a year of imprisonment, two Ethiopian women had no idea they were about to be released until a prison loudspeaker informed them they were free to go." The Guardian, July 9, 2015
Another Old News is an ongoing project since 2014 .