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Every day, the Orlando Sentinel promises to keep you fully informed about the Central Florida community with the most in-depth local stories, investigative series and special reports. You'll get local arts and entertainment news, from art exhibits to music and movies to theater reviews. You'll also get the latest in sports, local business and politics, from City Hall to the White House. The Pulitzer Prize winning Orlando Sentinel is read by 653,300 adults daily and 976,800 on Sunday. We're part of Tribune Company, the publisher of major dailies in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and six other major markets.

The Kindle edition of Orlando Sentinel contains articles found in the print edition, but will not include some images and tables. Also, some features such as the crossword puzzle, box scores and classifieds are not currently available. For your convenience, issues are automatically delivered wirelessly to your Kindle so you can read them each morning.


Product Details

  • Publisher: Orlando Sentinel (November 11, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001BZ57F6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #273,989 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Wayne Fogel on August 1, 2009
I first subscribed to the Kindle version of the Orlando Sentinel when it first came out - disaster!!! The paper was butchered most of the time and delivered either not at all or late. That has changed. I went back in May of this year and it is entirely different. Every section is there in full including all of the local ones, such as Lake. The articles are exactly the same as the ones in the print edition and they are all there. What it lacks is all the ad inserts, the classifieds, the within the paper ads, etc. The biggest downside is that the graphics will not be there, but I find I do not miss them. You do not have to worry about stopping delivery so papers will not be sitting in your driveway, it never gets wet and I have that much less to put into my recycle bin. Try it for the two week free period - if you are like me, you will like it.
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Hi, my wife purchased me a kindle for my birthday, and one of the first things I thought I would try is the Orlando Sentinel, we have been making our annual vacation trip from Michigan to Walt Disney World for the last 18 years or so, and I really enjoy having my morning coffee while reading the Sentinel when down there. Now, part of it I am sure is being at WDW, but, I really like do like the paper, and much to my delight found that the Kindle version is very well organized(home page/articles/sports), it is very easy to navigate and promptly delivered on my Kindle by 6AM every morning. The Ticked Off! section is great, and well as Day in History, and we get to keep up with WDW news/updates---
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I absolutely love reading my kindle Orlando Sentinel, however....I have always put up with duplicated sections in each daily delivery.While annoying I assumed, eventually (and erroneously) it would be fixed. Today's Sunday delivery included a bonus....I was missing the Front page Section, the Local and State Section, Sports Section and Editorial Section (as well as other minor Sunday Edition Sections). I sent off an Email to Amazon and hopefully will get an answer (a better one I hope than when my Kindle screen was cracked lol).

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.
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I've subscribed to the Kindle version of the Orlando Sentinel now for just over a week. It was the closest newspaper to my hometown of Lakeland, FL. I had hoped for a good mix of national stories with some local interest. There is not enough national material, and the local stuff is TOO local! My biggest problem though is supplemental stories that expound on a main topic willnot be listed after the main topic they refer to. Often they are not even in the same section. Many articles do not have a title/headline that can tell me if they would be interesting to read. Fortunately the cost is just 5.99/mo, but as soon as the Lakeland paper, or even a Tampa one is available I'll drop the Sentinel ASAP!
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Reading the Kindle version of the Orlando Sentinel is a great way to keep up with events, when out of town. Selecting 'View Articles' from the "Sections List" is a quick way to decide articles, which I'll read completely.

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 ordered the Kindle version of the Orlando Sentinel. I got it the first three days, then nothing. Yes, I checked the "sync items" button each day. After four days of no Kindle paper, I cancelled my subscription and went back to the paper version. Let me know when this problem is fixed, as I saw another reviewer with the same problem. Is it Kindle or Orlando Sentinel's fault?
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The Orlando Sentinel keeps me updated about what is going on in the Orlando area. I want to stay updated and be aware of what is going on in that area before moving to the area permanently. I am enjoying the issues.
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I tried the Kindle edition of the sentinal for a while and I really enjoyed the convienience of it. I always recieved my issue and never had any issues with delivery. The price is very affordable and worth it if you are tired of wasting paper and want a more efficient way of getting your daily news. The only downside of it is the photographs in the issues. Unless you have it on Kindle Fire, the photos will only be black and white on other Kindle models. Overall though this one of the better digital newspaper subscriptions.
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