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The Tribune-Review delivers the national and international news you expect from a daily newspaper, with an emphasis on the news of Western Pennsylvania. The Tribune-Review prides itself on outstanding Sports coverage and exceptional investigative special reports. Readers also find enlightening entertainment, fashion, and lifestyle features along with extensive Business coverage and insightful Opinion and Commentary.

The Kindle Edition of Tribune-Review contains articles found in the all three of our local print editions Pittsburgh, Westmoreland and Valley News Dispatch. It also includes our web edition, but may not include images or infographics. For your convenience, issues are automatically delivered wirelessly to your Kindle so you can read them each morning.


Product Details

  • Publisher: Tribune-Review Publishing Company (November 11, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001EYUKV0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #270,197 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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It's interesting that The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review is one of the few newspapers experiencing growth. Their circulation is going up and I've heard that they are hiring. This might be because they cover all of southwestern Pennsylvania, reporting on not only Pittsburgh, but the surrounding counties (even to stories on the Washington Wild Things, a pro baseball team in Washington County). Their reporting is accurate and opinion generally stays on the op-ed page. The Kindle version appears seven days a week about 06:00 Eastern; I haven't noticed any other Kindle papers with a Sunday edition.

My wife takes our morning edition of the Trib to work and I read it on Kindle.

The door-to-door salespeople for their local competition used to smirk and say, "Oh, the 'Greensburg' paper," when told we take the Trib. Funny thing, they don't seem to be laughing any more.
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I was looking for a newspaper to compliment my Washington Post Kindle subscription. The Tribune Review has a conservative leaning OpEd page. I like to read the "other" side, even if I'm not inclined to agree. Obviously the paper has much local (Pittsburgh) news and sports. Reasonably priced and recommended.
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(Feb. 18, 2011) I read many reviews for newspapers I was interrested in trying. Most had the same complaints and I was unsure how out dated the reviews were. (maybe the complaints had now been addressed) The closest newspapers in my area available on Kindle was Charlotte and Atlanta. I finally chose Pittsburgh Tribune for the reasonable price, some of my inlaws live there, and The Steelers were going to Superbowl XLV. My free trial started two weeks before the Superbowl. I very much enjoyed all the Superbowl articles that led up to the game.
Ok lets get real about kindle newspapers. No-one can expect them to be like the real thing. They deliver the news and you choose what to read. There is a section list with catagories by front page, news, national and world news, Business, living, and even a strange obituary. Once you get use to the toggling as oppose to a paper newspaper you can read what interrest you fast. I check out the front page and national/world news by choosing those in the section list. If I have time I will read the local news stories and skip the ones that don't interrest me. I still get our local newspaper and like everyone else I pick and choose what I'm going to read. Yes this paper has alot of Western PA. stories so if thats a problem try a national paper instead. Don't worry if you can't read all the issues. It's just like the real thing. Sometimes you just don't have time to read it. Kindle will archive it for you.
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Tribune Review sports is the first thing I read every day. If you love Pittsburgh Sports, you cannot beat the Tribune Review coverage of the Stillers, Bucos, and Pens. Add Nittany Lion coverage to that of the Pitt Panthers and WVU and this fully satifies the sporting needs of every Western Pennsylvania native. Absolutely love it!
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If you are at all interested in what is going on in Southwestern Pennsylvania, this is the paper for you. I find the overall coverage to be leaning neither left nor right, politically, pretty much just straight reporting. The only exception to this is the OpEd section which is very conservative and I personally don't mind that at all. Also, I like the fact that it covers all of western Pa and not just Pittsburgh.

If Kindle puts the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on it's list of subscriptions, I will certainly subscribe but, if I had to choose between the two, I'm glad it was the Tribune-Review that was available.
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I am one of the many transplanted Pittsburghers still following the Steelers, Pirates and Penguins. This newspaper on my Kindle provides me the information I want first thing every morning (being on the West Coast, it is always waiting for me, even at 5am), without having to log onto my computer. It even provides high school sports scores and stories as well. As others have mentioned, the op-ed pages are very conservatively skewed (never a concern with the sports pages).
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5.99 for a month is a real deal especially if the reader is a fan of Pittsburgh area sports or in need of western PA news.

Obviously the paper is tilted toward regional news and away from National and International news.
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It used to be very nicely formatted with paragraph indenting, pictures, summaries in the section list, etc. now it just looks horrible and is painful to read. Mdont know what they did, but ts ruined the experience for me.
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