JournalismPakistan.com July 03, 2012
ISLAMABAD: The readers of Dawn in Islamabad Tuesday may have thought the hawker had forgotten to deliver them the newspaper, as it does happen sometimes.
However, little did they know the paper had failed to come out because the Islamabad printing press broke down.
It was quite a setback for the newspaper that is also published from Karachi and Lahore. “This is something that has never happened before,” one insider told JournalismPakistan.com.
The managers at the Islamabad office reportedly met Tuesday to discuss and analyze what exactly went wrong and how to avoid such a mishap in future.
Another insider said the press managers were later able to roll out the copies but they were not in colour. “The printing press is now up and running and there are just no issues at all,” he said.
It just might be that the Tuesday’s copies of Dawn are circulated with the Wednesday’s edition.
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