In Chennai, India, the newspaper Musalman suffers from many of the same problems facing all papers in the new age of journalism: no money in the printed business and increasing pressure to adopt more digital practices.
The technology change is not a question of embracing the Internet. It’s a jump from pen and paper to computers. The Musalman may be the last paper written by hand — and its editor promises it will continue in that way, despite the lack of funds coming in. Here’s a 10-minute tale of the Musalman: