World Bulletin / News Desk
Short of newspapers, Venezuelans are getting updates about their country's deadly political crisis live -- acted out by reporters on the bus to work.
"Good morning everyone. First, the news."
It's less comfortable than a TV studio -- they have to hold onto the rail with one hand to stop themselves from falling when the dilapidated bus brakes. But it's one way of escaping government censorship.
"The idea came from the need to break away from the news circus in this country," the group's creative editor Claudia Lizardo told AFP.
"To bring people truthful news through a mass transport system: the bus."Last Mod: 13 Haziran 2017, 14:35