Both daily and weekly newspapers have disappeared since 2014 in Algeria.
Twenty-six daily and 34 weekly newspapers have gone under due to the economic and financial situation of the country, and it is a possibility that the securities sector could also suffer damages.
The total number of Algerian press releases are nearly 900,000 copies each day and many printers of the state have been struggling from not being paid by the newspapers.
However, there are steps that are being taken to remedy the situation as the Press Regulation Authority investigates the aspects of press that are leaving many companies unable to continue producing content.
The disappearance of newspapers is not unique to Algeria, as many countries have seen the disappearance of these forms of media since the introduction of online news outlets.