Author Taye Bogale's message for Ethiopia's youth

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Master Taye Bogel's message to young people

When a news outfit operating in a tense political terrain like Ethiopia puts out an advertisement one would think it is a state-owned portal. But the subject of this piece is not. More surprising is when the same media outfit has rolled up its more profitable print wing after five years meandering the taut landscape. Privately-owned Addis Standard (AS) – refused to leave the media landscape where it has and continues to set ‘the standard’ – as their name suggests. displayAdvert("mpu_3") In October 2016, they announced that they were suspending hard copy production of their magazine but were pushing on with the online wing. Months on, they put up a new phase and put out recruitment notices. Team AS is happy to announce our upcoming new project, AS-Snap, a short video segment focusing on stories making headlines. Like & share! pic.twitter.com/KOAsvkDvIR— Addis Standard (@addisstandard) June 13, 2017 In a country so politically charged and where journalists are heckled even for their comments on Facebook, it is undoubtedly a slippery field but one that the staff at Addis Standard continue to navigate day in and out. SUGGESTED READING Addis Standard helps with how to beat Ethiopia’s internet blackout No one media can
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