Officials in Burma say the military government's three state-run newspapers will soon begin publishing from the new administrative capital.
Authorities say the publications will mainly be for government ministries that have relocated from Rangoon to Pyinmana, a town about 400 kilometers north of the capital.
Last week Burma said it hopes to complete the relocation of civil servants to Pyinmana this month.
The move, which began unexpectedly about three months ago, will shift almost all central government offices from Rangoon to the new capital.
The government says the new location will allow more efficient administration of the country.
Speculation about the reason for the move ranges from the junta's fear of a U.S. invasion to worries about possible internal unrest.