"On January 1, just six days after the disaster, Serambi Indonesia was back in circulation, albeit on a drastically reduced scale. It is now printing 10,000 copies a day, compared with 100,000 daily before the disaster. It has been reduced from a 16-page to an eight-page edition, as there are not enough journalists to produce the original size. The new edition is being run by 10 people - six journalists and four production staff - and is being printed in Lhokseumawe, the second city of Aceh province, and distributed free. "
Tuesday, January 18, 2005
Aceh's daily miracle
In a truly inspirational example of the 'daily miracle' that is newspaper production Aceh's daily newspaper was back on the streets just days after the tsunami killed many staff.