Newsweek

Newsweek

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by IBT Media
     
 

Current Issue: September 30, 2016

Trusted for more than 75 years, Newsweek provides in depth analysis and insight into the most significant issues of the day. With some of the most influential journalists in the business, Newsweek brings you well-reasoned opinions, expert voices, and incisive reporting that drive and shape global conversations every day, every week, every year.

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  • New issues automatically downloaded the morning they are available

Overview

Trusted for more than 75 years, Newsweek provides in depth analysis and insight into the most significant issues of the day. With some of the most influential journalists in the business, Newsweek brings you well-reasoned opinions, expert voices, and incisive reporting that drive and shape global conversations every day, every week, every year.

Product Details

Publisher:
IBT Media
# of issues/year:
54
Delivered:
Weekly
Current Issue:
September 30, 2016
Format:
NOOK Magazine
These items ship to U.S. addresses only.

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Newsweek 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 273 reviews.
Mosier42 More than 1 year ago
Newsweek will deliver to your NookColor ONLY. If you have an iPad sorry, but it says right at the top which devices are supported. If you have a NookColor and enjoy reading Newsweek than this is a fair purchase. Article view is great for reading and you still get the magazine experience by flipping through the pages. I read Newsweek exclusively online when my print subscription ran out and this is worth the $3 a month to get it in the same format. My only gripe would be pricing. I wish they would offer yearly subscriptions with slight discounts like they do for the print version as well. I feel slighted knowing that it will cost me more to read Newsweek on my NC than it will to have it delivered every Monday to my door...
ckjake More than 1 year ago
I did not know what to expect but the magazine format on the nook works really good. I love the article view, it makes reading the magazine on the nook very easy and you stil get all the pictures that gets printed in the magazine. Bookmarking your favorite stories for easy retrieval, content view for easy browsing and it's all stored in your electronic library. Love it.
Newsweeker More than 1 year ago
Finally! Subscriptions at a reasonable price. None of this $5 a magazine nonsense! Now if other mainstream magazines will follow, they would get my subscription! Thank you Newsweek! Hope others are paying attention out there!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love being able to get the magazine weekly and not having to worry about the paper and the clutter! I like the articles in Newsweek as well. That being said, if you're looking for a similar experience to print, it won't be the same on the Nook Color. Navigation is pretty simple, and article view is great, but you do have to adjust the screen quite a bit due to the smaller size of the Nook Color. Though the photographs have beautiful color, they are a little pixelated up close. The pictures aren't as important to me as the content, though, and having all the magazines on one device means I can peruse any one of them for information at anytime. The content and the ease of getting to it with article view makes it worthwhile to me!
akaCat More than 1 year ago
Navigation and reading with the ArticleView is great. It's easy to switch back and forth to view (and zoom in on) images while reading an article in ArticleView. The downside is that the images appear to be lower res on the nook than they are in print; when I zoomed in on a political cartoon to read it, it was rather pixelated. Still, this could be a great option for someone who hates to kill trees or needs larger print-- as long as the large print audience doesn't mind missing out on the text on a few political cartoons.
FrankFP More than 1 year ago
Very happy with Newsweek. Most of the content is just what I'm looking for. My only gripe is with Barnes and Noble not making it available until a couple days AFTER Newsweek makes it available, NOT the next morning like they advertise.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I much prefer the digital version of Newsweek than the old print editions.The articles are a good blend of news related and general interest material.A little less fashion "stuff" would make it even better. The Nook format works well for switching between "magazine" and "article" format.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I did not enjoy reading Newsweek on the NOOK, and did not appreciate that the old issue disappears when the latest issue is received.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have been a print subscriber for years and wasn't convinced I would ever enjoy an e-version of anything. Just subcribed to this on Nook and absolutely love it! Has everything I expect out of Newsweek with no ads!Seems fresher than Newsweek has been for a few years! Great!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Seems to have lost some of its fine reporting on international and national news.
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I have subscribed to Newsweek since 1972 when I was in college. When Newsweek was posted only on line.... I was most disappointed. Must say I love it on my nook.
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Surely newsweeks writers have been screened to be knowledgeable about what they write. But no, they seem to just run off on tirades about things of which they have, so obviously, no knowledge. Thank you for trials. You'd be better off getting your information from the inquirer. What rubish.
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Writing, as well as article selection, very disappointing.
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