The Denver Post

The Denver Post

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by MediaNews Group
     
 

Current Issue: Monday, July 25, 2016

The Denver Post is the largest news-gathering operation in the Rocky Mountains. The Post provides complete coverage of Denver and Colorado news; high school, collegiate and professional sports; regional business and features and entertainment. In addition to being the leader in local news, The Post covers Western issues from Washington, D.C. and has a stable of

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Overview

The Denver Post is the largest news-gathering operation in the Rocky Mountains. The Post provides complete coverage of Denver and Colorado news; high school, collegiate and professional sports; regional business and features and entertainment. In addition to being the leader in local news, The Post covers Western issues from Washington, D.C. and has a stable of columnists who explore a myriad of topics.

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Publisher:
MediaNews
# of issues/year:
365
Delivered:
Daily
Current Issue:
Monday, July 25, 2016
Format:
NOOK Newspaper
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The Denver Post 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 117 reviews.
FantasyRider More than 1 year ago
The Denver Post is an excellent newspaper in its own right in the Denver and Colorado markets. As a routine subscriber to the Denver Post in its paper form it was exciting to find it available in an electronic format from Barnes and Noble. However, as a fan of the Denver Post and electronic reader, the content seemed to be lacking in the electronic version - unlike in the paper form. While there are probably many reasons for the lack of content due to copyright and publisher limitations, it seemed that the Post lost some of its character with the missing sections. The Headlines, Sports, some Politics, some Regional, and a list of recipes were present. However, the following sections appeared to be absent from the electronic version: Business, Life Style, Outdoors, Entertainment, and Opinion. In the future, I hope that more of this content can be placed into the Denver Post's Barnes and Noble form as it would be wonderful to receive the Post electronically.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not all articles of the DP are available for the daily news, a lot of the sentences have $$@@## instead of words. Don't waste your money subscribing to the DP for the NOOK.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The actual format is just text with the first few lines of select articles. Looks nothing like an actual paper and few pictures, no comics weather, puzzles, ads. According to nook other newspapers come up like a magazine where what you see looks exactly like the print version. NOT SO WITH THE DENVER POST
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is not the complete Denver Post. This is more like an RSS feed with no pictures and entire sections of the paper missing. It's not worth the $5.99/month subscription.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Seems to be a growing problem having the paper updated first thing in the morning. Poor substitute for the hard copy or web edition if I cannot get it before I leave for work.
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The front page of each edition sets a negative tone for the rest of thee day. The paper should be re-titled "Sanctuary City Chronicle."
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It sucks
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As a graphic artist myself, the page layout is critical! Nook's reader digests and reorders all articles World>Nation>State with no pictures! Just text. Yuck! I read Denver's paper because I live in Colorado. I want to see the pictures and the highlights of what's important for people who live here. I'll go back to reading the Denver Post on my computer or Android where I can see the page layouts, pictures and, if I want to, read the text.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Front page stories don't appear in digital version. Appears to be Denver Post Lite. Glad its only a trial sub I'm cancelling!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very informative
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No comics etc for this kind of edition. It is only a text format only. No pictures.
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