Due to total media blackout and censorship of Internet in Armenia, just like in old good Soviet times, underground publications ("samizdat") started coming out to fill in the information vacuum.
http://samizdatam.blogspot.com/ (in Armenian)
http://armenaker.blogspot.com/ (selected articles in English)
1st edition of Samizdat - via Aramazd and Nazarian. "Fortunately, we have Internet now in addition to the traditional methods of samizdat to disseminate information." "The sources and authors are kept secret to protect them from the Armenian state."
Issues of Samizdat (in Armenian) will appear in the comments section of this post too.
Here is what Wikipedia has to say about Samizdat:
Samizdat (Russian: самиздат) was the clandestine copying and distribution of government-suppressed literature or other media in Soviet-bloc countries. Copies were made a few at a time, and those who received a copy would be expected to make more copies. This was often done by handwriting or typing.
This grassroots practice to evade officially imposed censorship was fraught with danger as harsh punishments were meted out to people caught possessing or copying censored materials.
Vladimir Bukovsky defined it as follows: "I myself create it, edit it, censor it, publish it, distribute it, and [may] get imprisoned for it."