The Miami Herald

The Miami Herald

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by The McClatchy Company
     
 

Current Issue: Wednesday, July 27, 2016

New and Improved Format for The Miami Herald! Check out our new and improved format on NOOK tablet devices and the NOOK for Android app.

Get everything you would receive in print and enjoy its familiar look and feel
Easy navigation — seamlessly jump from section to section and article to article
Improved reading

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Overview

New and Improved Format for The Miami Herald! Check out our new and improved format on NOOK tablet devices and the NOOK for Android app.

Get everything you would receive in print and enjoy its familiar look and feel
Easy navigation — seamlessly jump from section to section and article to article
Improved reading experience — use Pinch & Zoom to easily view articles and photos
Our acclaimed Article View™ — Read the entire text article on one page and customize the font size, style, margins and line spacing to suit your personal taste

The Miami Herald provides the most complete coverage of issues and trends in South Florida, the Caribbean and Latin America. The winner of 20 Pulitzer Prizes, its award-winning journalists include Dave Berry, Leonard Pitts, Carl Hiaasen, Andres Oppenheimer and Dan LeBatard. Get comprehensive local, national, and world news, top investigative reporting and features columns in news, arts and entertainment, business, sports, travel, life and real estate.

Product Details

Publisher:
The McClatchy Company
# of issues/year:
365
Delivered:
Daily
Current Issue:
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Format:
NOOK Newspaper
These items ship to U.S. addresses only.

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The Miami Herald 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 28 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you have a subscription to the print the digital was free. Guess not.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's the herald. you get the newest issue every day. You are immediately on the front page when you open it and get previews of the top stories. Highlight them and you can open them to see the full article. Go to the nook's menu and you can go to any section, sports, miami local, broward local, tropical life, etc.. Contrary to what many have said, the content seems to be on par with the printed version of the paper. I just can't justify getting the digital subscription as opposed to getting the sun sentinel app on your smartphone which is free, or getting the herald delivered to your house every day. Just try it, because they give you 2 weeks for free.
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Don-Fla More than 1 year ago
I tried a free subscription to this paper for a couple of days and had to drop it. I was looking for Legislative news from the state capital and received very little in this paper. Come on B&N I don't want to have to pick up my kindle to receive Florida's Capital news from F
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
the content is mainly text and does not resemble the paper in format. I found it to bechunky to navigate. For example, an article in the paper will have a brief bolded statement or two that gives an overview of each article. The e version has no such synopsis..
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Steviesopinion More than 1 year ago
While the digital edition stays true to the print articles, the navigation is difficult and the "newspaper" feel is lost. The format should give the reader a sense that he/she is looking at the newspaper. Instead, it begins to feel like a novel and the articles are chapters of the book.
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