OWSJ

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OWSJOccupied Wall Street Journal (publication)
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The Occupied Wall Street Journal had a five-member editorial group in charge, but it also had an army of volunteers to write, help with production tasks, and distribute the paper.
(4) The late David Carr (2011), whose weekly column on the media business in The New York Times often agonized over the prospects for survival of print newspapers in the digital age, waxed ecstatic on seeing the Occupied Wall Street Journal.
They carved a community out of the park, a society in miniature, with its own rules and government and infrastructure--a library, kitchen, clinic, a newspaper called The Occupied Wall Street Journal, and even a tobacconist.
The Occupied Wall Street Journal is about the values found in the movement, trying to communicate things that aren't in the mainstream press.
Jed Brandt is an editor with the Occupied Wall Street Journal, and together with Eric Ribellarsi, has recently returned from deep investigations into the "movement of the squares" in Greece and the revolutionary movement in Nepal.
One of the most inspiring examples of cross collaboration between writers, designers and artists is the Occupied Wall Street journal, one of the many unofficial newspapers of Occupy Wall Street.
The Occupied Wall Street Journal, supported solely through donations and printed in a secret NYC location, is a well-crafted, four-color broadsheet offering insightful articles and practical information on how to get involved in the revolution.
Since then, hundreds have set up camp in a park nearby and have become increasingly organized, lining up medical aid and legal help and printing their own newspaper, the Occupied Wall Street Journal.