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One of the most popular magazines in the country, TV Guide Magazine is the only publication devoted exclusively to television-the shows, the stars and the entertainment industry. With its unparalleled access and authority, TV Guide Magazine covers every aspect of America's most popular pastime-celebrity interviews, in-depth previews, sneak peeks and exclusive scoop on all your favorites. In every issue, TV Guide Magazine tells you what's worth watching. The Kindle Edition of TV Guide Magazine contains all the articles found in the print edition, including senior critic Matt Roush's weekly reviews, as well as nightly prime-time listings (both Eastern and Pacific times). Each issue of the magazine is automatically delivered wirelessly to your Kindle.

Product Details

  • Publisher: TV Guide Magazine LLC (December 1, 2011)
  • Issues: 31 issues / year
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0069CC9WU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,007 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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It's the real TV Guide with all the usual content, columns, horoscope, crossword, and of course, the listings. The columns, stories, and pictures look great and are readable as-is without zooming.

TV Guides comes with a "text view" so you can jump around to different stories -- which is convenient. I could jump to specific days to view listings without having to swipe a bunch of times.

You'll probably need to pinch-to-zoom to read the TV listings on the Kindle Fire. TV Guide packs a lot of stuff into those listings and the font is barely readable as-is. New shows and "highlights" have a different color so they stand out.

For a dollar a month, it's a pretty awesome deal.
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TV Weekly comes out weekly and the Kindle charge is 99 cents a month or about 25 cents a week not a dollar a week as described by an earlier reviewer.
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I ordered this for my 87 yr old mother.....she just wanted the daytime television schedule, which is NOT in this guide. She couldn't care less about all the drivel about actors or new shows. Bummer - used to be a good "guide".
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I've always liked reading the TV guide in paper form, but since having the Kindle Fire, I now subscribe to this for my device.
I can always count on this being delivered wirelessly in a timely manner than having it roughed up in the mailed, or forgeting
to pick it up at the newsstand. Just flip through the pages like the real TV Guide. This is an enjoyable reading piece. If you like
to plan your week ahead knowing what's on then purchase this. You won't be disappointed.
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I've been a subscriber to the magazine for over 40 years and have watched it progressively get worse. Now it's three times the size of what it used to be but with one quarter the amount of channel guide information, And much of what is is described n the program section is cryptic. Some shows just take up too much room to fit in the skinny narrow lines.

What's with the no daytime schedule? And when did it become a "People" magazine instead of a TELEVISION PROGRAM GUIDE!!??

If it wasn't for my Tivo guide I certainly couldn't find out what's on TV from ...... what do they call it?
Oh yeah ....... TV GUIDE.
Yeah .... sure.

I'm finally giving up hope. No new subscription from me next time around.
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One thing the new iPad is great for is magazines.

The TV Guide is gorgeous to look at. I never thought I would say that. Every single page has perfect layouts, crisp fonts, topnotch writing, and great pictures. This is not true of many magazines I've looked at. TV Guide, though perhaps the least expensive subscription, comes off looking the most polished.

One thing they should do is offer Region breakdown. Basically, Four different versions, varying by time region. The current version lists Eastern and Pacific grid. I'd like a version with just Central. Like many people, I have the TVGuide site bookmarked, with a custom grid. The magazine grids look much better. There are not many pages of ads in the digital version, like one ad every 15 pages.

For every day of programming, there are a few pages of highlights for that day. In addition, there are numerous articles about news in the world of television. The issue I perused for this review had a long article about Mad Men which included some surprisingly stunning pictures. You might assume I am not not used to the iPad yet, but I've looked over hundreds of magazines, and thousands of books, sites, and textbooks, and these were the sharpest layouts I've seen in awhile.

This is not the butcher paper grocery shelf digest I remember. This is something High Def. Highly recommended.
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Unlike some of the magazines available for Kindle, this magazine shines on the Kindle Fire without the reader having to pay for a print copy in addition to the Kindle subscription. For an incredible price, you get the full page view in crisp and vibrant detail. Delivered to your Kindle Fire every Thursday morning, it provides you with everything the print copy does. I'm so glad that I subscribed to it on KF and unlike the "free app" magazines available, you know exactly what you're going to receive - the full page magazine with the added benefit of being able to zoom in if you need to.
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Faithful recreation of the print version looks great on the Kindle Fire and is easy to read. Considering I'm paying fifty bucks a year on this magazine in print and it doesn't cover half the channels on my TV, I think a buck an issue is far more reasonable a price. Thankfully my mom agrees, so I'll be pocketing a lot more of my cash, now! If only Entertainment Weekly would come out with a Kindle version....
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