The Seattle Times

The Seattle Times

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by Seattle Times Company
     
 

Current Issue: July 28, 2016

Founded in 1896, The Seattle Times is the largest daily newspaper in Washington state, and the largest Sunday circulation newspaper in the Northwest. Well respected for its comprehensive local and investigative coverage, The Seattle Times, winner of seven Pulitzer Prizes, is also recognized nationally and internationally for in-depth, quality reporting.

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Overview

Founded in 1896, The Seattle Times is the largest daily newspaper in Washington state, and the largest Sunday circulation newspaper in the Northwest. Well respected for its comprehensive local and investigative coverage, The Seattle Times, winner of seven Pulitzer Prizes, is also recognized nationally and internationally for in-depth, quality reporting.

The eBook Edition of The Seattle Times includes print and online favorites such as metro columnists Danny Westneat, Nicole Brodeur and Jerry Large, as well as Brier Dudley on technology, Bob Condotta on the UW Huskies and Geoff Baker on the Mariners and Major League Baseball. Top-notch coverage of Seattle-area businesses includes Boeing and aerospace, Microsoft and high-tech, and retailers Costco, Amazon and Starbucks.

This edition contains most articles found in print, but will not include all images and tables. Also, some features such as the crossword puzzle, box scores and classifieds are not currently available.

Product Details

Publisher:
Seattle Times Co.
# of issues/year:
365
Delivered:
Daily
Current Issue:
July 28, 2016
Format:
NOOK Newspaper
These items ship to U.S. addresses only.

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The Seattle Times 2.8 out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 72 reviews.
qballrail More than 1 year ago
Find better content for free Online. Difficult to navigate as a previous poster pointed out. What concerns me is I signed up for a trial membership and they've ALREADY charged my account. No other trial has done that (PC Mag, Maximum PC), so I know that's not supposed to happen. I don't like it so I'm cancelling after two issues. Not particularly happy with Nook customer service either.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Disappointed that you cannot click on the section you want to read right away. You have to go through all sections or scroll, to get where you want to be. Lacks pictures (which I was hoping for) with the Nookcolor. Otherwise, good local news delivered daily and ready to go in the morning.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It is to bad I really was hoping that getting your paper on line would be good when I travel. I can not find the sports page I can not the business page. This not a good fit for me. I wish to unsubscribe. Carl Rea
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Disappointed. I was looking forward to read this newspaper alike a real newspaper incude sudoku and comics and  crossword and daily tv reports... where is it?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Would be wonderful if my daily newspaper was delivered with something other than the Sports section. I'm not sure what happened to the Business section, which was included when I first subscribed. Now 75% of the daily paper I receive is Sports. Disappointed and will now cancel my subscription.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am disappointed in the Nook subscription of the Seattle Times. I have enjoyed it for several years but lately it seems that only the national news, some local news and sports is all that is being provided. I noticed the disappearance of sections that I enjoy happened at least a month ago and thought maybe it was temporary. There is no longer a travel section or entertainment section or food section. The headline articles that I now receive can be read online already without paying a montly fee for a newspaper that doesn't provide what it initially did when I first did my Nook subscription.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I did not enjoy trying to read this newspaper on my nook. It jumped from page to page and made it very difficult to read an entire article. I am not renewing this subscription.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This just does not read well on Nook. You have to go page to page. It also does not include the whole paper. There are no funnies.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Trying to read the newspaper on a nook is similar to reading a paper that someone cut paper dolls with. Just is not the same. I do not recommend
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A horrible layout and only a hand full or stories. This is not a newspaper!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was hoping that the Seattle Times would use the Nook's digital platform as an opportunity to revise and reinvigorate the brand. The version of the times available on the Nook doesn't accomplish either task. The paper's navigation is weak and it's not a faithful representation of the breath of articles found in the hard-copy version of the paper. Really disappointing and another step towards the demise of the Seattle Times.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was the first time I subscribed to an eNewspaper but I expected more substance from the Seattle Times. I don't blame the formatting for poor reading, but I believe the Seattle Times is a simplistic, liberally-focused newspaper. I will stick to reading other local papers for my local, national and sports news. A disappointed reader
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Glenda Braun More than 1 year ago
Please Unsubscribe me. Thank you.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a shame a great newspaper can't do better than this. I like the layout and organization, generally, but is seems that not all the articles of the day are present. Plus, how can there not be comics? I already get and will continue to get the paper version. If they can figure out the comics issue, then I would seriously consider a digital subscription
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I'll wait for this to be improved before I will consider re-subscribing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So, whether or not you like the Seattle Times, you can agree that the formatting of the e-version is terrible. None of the text codes such as "strong" and "italics" work on the e-version, so you're constantly trying to sift through code in order to read the article. There are hardly any photos at all. I wish this newspaper would have the cool "Article View" thing like most magazines do. But I love saving paper, so I'm stuck w/ this e-version for now.
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