Four reporters and a cartoonist have three hours to find out where they are, and what is going on. Using your reliable information and a hand cranked duplicator they produce a paper with the real news: The Daily Issue.
We live in a world that is big and rather fuzzy. Luckily we have newspapers, television and the internet that describe our world for us. However we never get to see the whole picture. The Daily Issue is honest about its limitations. All the editor's steps can be witnessed. It's up to you to tell where things went wrong. The Daily Issue is produced on the spot by a varying board of editors, and can be seen at festivals and conferences.