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The San Jose Mercury News
     

The San Jose Mercury News

3.4 78
by MediaNews Group
 

Current Issue: December 7, 2016

New and Improved Format for The San Jose Mercury News ! 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

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  • 14 Day Free Trial for all first time subscribers
  • New issues automatically downloaded the morning they are available

Overview

New and Improved Format for The San Jose Mercury News ! 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
Winner of two Pulitzer Prizes, the San Jose Mercury News covers the San Francisco Bay Area and is best known as the newspaper of Silicon Valley. Incisive reporting and insightful columnists make the Mercury News required reading for anybody interested not only in the Bay Area, but in national and international stories involving business and technology.

Product Details

Publisher:
MediaNews
# of issues/year:
365
Delivered:
Daily
Current Issue:
December 7, 2016
Format:
NOOK Newspaper
These items ship to U.S. addresses only.

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The San Jose Mercury News 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 78 reviews.
cabeasley More than 1 year ago
I subscribed to this enewspaper for several days and I really liked it. The formatting is among the best I've seen. The articles are concise (a major plus for me). The only problem I had is that I didn't receive it until after 7am EST. Makes sense, when you think about it, as that's 4am PST. If I lived on the West Coast, I would have maintained my subscription. But since I live on the East Coast, I cancelled my subscription in favor of an East Coast enewspaper. My work day starts at 7am EST and I wish to read today's news with coffee prior to starting the workday.
e-reader More than 1 year ago
Comparing to the actual hard copy newspaper, this e-version still lacks many features. It is fine if one just wants to read headline stories.
DavidFGuild More than 1 year ago
This was my first eNewspaper trial and I originally stopped it before the 14-days were up. While sampling other publications I found myself wishing I hadn't stopped the SJMN. It is a great read with in-depth enjoyable content with most of the content external to SJ. I'm glad I restarted my subscription!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Nook version of the Mercury News is just a few articles from each edition. It is nowhere near the whole newspaper. What a disappointment!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just bought my first reader and to try it out I got a sample of SJMN. I have been a fan of the newspaper since living in the Bay Area, and have missed when I moved out of state ten years ago. I have to say that the eversion for my new Nook is truly dreadful. It is not possible to navigate throught the pages except sequentially. And where are the cartoons? I wanted to see Dilbert in eink.
pilottwoten More than 1 year ago
I was quite hopeful when I sampled a Sunday edition of the Merc. Having been a faithful subscriber and reader of the paper, I thought I'd give the e-version a try, given how much I have enjoyed using my Nook Touch for reading novels. Very disappointing. No pictures, and even missing charts that articles refer to make this version a poor substitute. I was hoping to gain the advantages of e-paper, by not having to spend time gathering up the scattered pieces to recycle them. Also avoiding missed deliveries or having to have a neighbor pick up the paper for me on the numerous times that my vacation hold was ignored. I still have high hopes, and think this just needs some "baking", before trying again.
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I love the Mercury News and subscribed for its tech coverage and the Bay Area buzz. Unfortunately my Nook subscription arrives after I leave for work at 8am on the East coast. I still enjoy the articles even though I'm always a day behind.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just got my first edition yesterday. I'm thrilled that I can now get some local news on my Nook Tablet. I am really enjoying it. So much to read about what's going on. Very easy to navigate. Well done.
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