Burmese media free to print daily newspapers for the first time in five decades

In Burma, the End of Censorship Means a Scramble to Figure Out Journalism – The Atlantic, March 7, 2013
…For now, only the staff of The Yangon Times can see their creation, as daily private newspapers remain illegal across Burma. For the last three months, the dailies have been written, edited and printed on photocopiers as practice for the day when that ban will be lifted. After five decades of military rule and strict media controls, that long-awaited day is fast approaching, and journalists around the country are up against the most exciting deadline they have ever faced: April 1, the first day in decades when daily newspapers can be sold freely…

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