April 3rd, 2012
ljdigital

futurejournalismproject:

The Last Handwritten Newspaper Still in Print?

globalvoices:

The earliest forms of newspaper were handwritten and now ‘The Musalman‘ probably is the last handwritten newspaper in the world. This Urdu language newspaper was established in 1927 by Chenab Syed Asmadullah Sahi and has been published daily in the Chennai city of India ever since.

FJP: Wow.

LJ Digital: Beautiful.

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