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Needless to say Im a bit put off by the continued problems this far out, I expected the bugs to be fixed after more than a year of receiving bugged subscriptions.
Once you get used to the navigation sequence, it's virtually as efficient as reading the newspaper in hard copy form.
I do miss the comics page, however.
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I consistently have problems downloading the sports section. The other sections download flawlessly.Published 7 months ago by Craig
I live in Brevard County. The physical paper as a Brevard edition, this has Lake, but not much on BrevardPublished 21 months ago by Tim D. Maitland
Interesting paper to get a flavor of what is going on in the Orlando area. Would like more indepth coverage of items presented as well as greater diversity of news selected.Published on January 19, 2014 by Hank
I don't live in Florida but spend the winter near Orlando. I order the paper on Kindle for a few weeks before we leave home to get up to speed on issues, weather, changes. Read morePublished on November 13, 2013 by SusanMerry
its my local paper so i read local news
its piss poor
it is the reason papers are failing
The Orlando Sentinel rarely does investigative reporting and seems to report things pretty much as they were reported on the TV news the night before. Read morePublished on March 29, 2013 by Circa1952
Unfortunately newspapers are becoming less news and more ads. Understandable as the wubscriber list dwindles, but still
a shame. I miss it.
The edition that arrives in my Seminole County home is the Lake County edition. It seems that the Kindle edition (if we can't choose) should be the Orange County edition. Read morePublished on June 25, 2012 by Patricia P. Miller