The Week

The Week

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by The Week Publications, Inc.
     
 

Current Issue: February 19, 2016

Inspired by the daily briefing created for the U.S. President, The Week distills the best in domestic and international commentary, and the latest developments in business, health, science, technology, books, film, music, consumer reviews, and more. The Week editors scour hundreds of newspapers, magazines, and Web sites, seeking ou the most intriguing…  See more details below

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Inspired by the daily briefing created for the U.S. President, The Week distills the best in domestic and international commentary, and the latest developments in business, health, science, technology, books, film, music, consumer reviews, and more. The Week editors scour hundreds of newspapers, magazines, and Web sites, seeking ou the most intriguing stories and most thoughtful commentary - left, right, and everything in between. You'll have a crystal-clear picture of the world-at-large in under an hour.

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Publisher:
The Week Publications Inc.
# of issues/year:
48
Delivered:
Weekly
Current Issue:
February 19, 2016
Format:
NOOK Magazine
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The Week 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 66 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have been a print subscriber for years. This is free for IPad and should be for the Nook also. Work on it. Great magazine. From cover to back something interesting on every page. It is a crying shame how much the regular media doesn't report. Thanks for doing a good job.
MaxwellB More than 1 year ago
Have subscribed to this magazine for probably more than 6 years. Couldn't do without it. Great coverage of weekly news, all done in short, easy to read articles. Particularly like the world news views from other countries. The fun stuff includes some selections of real estate for sale, new items to buy, cartoons, and question of the week. I recommend this magazine for all ages, from school kids to seniors.
cbc4 More than 1 year ago
Agree with others - should have Nook free version for print subscribers until print subscription expires.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I signed up for the 14-day free trial, and ended up cancelling less than 1 hour later. Navigating between articles was unwieldy, if not almost impossible. A drop-down menu at the right of the screen proved to be completely useless. I've noticed this shortcoming in more than a few e-magazines; the industry needs to address it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
They do try to be non-partisan, but a liberal tendency comes out if you view enough of them. I've subscribed for about a year now, and you just kinda blow it off and move on.
confusedowner More than 1 year ago
If you enjoy a good unbiased pull of information, from all sorts of sources , then this is the magazine, periodical to read. I enjoy reading everything and find I don't always keep up with whats going on other then Local news. Its a good summary of the world news, I think of it as a jumping board if I find an article I really am into I go find more info on it. Great periodical.
Lufbra More than 1 year ago
A must have magazine. A compendium of news both national and international presented in an easy to read digest format. I've subscribed to mag for many years now and I can't remember ever recieving a boring issue. The magazine gathers reports from websites and newspapers from around the world and than edits them down into an easy to read point/counterpoint style that can be easily digested. The mag not only covers news but there are sections on food, travel, entertainment aswell as movie, music and bookl reviews. They even reserved a section for tabloid gossip. It's a perfect magazine for the workplace and my co-workers can't wait for me to finish the mag so they can get their hands on it. I've recently tranfered my subscribtion to my NOOK tablet and it fits perfectly on teh device so now it's even easier for me to read the mag. One of my favorite reads.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just the right amount of information about a lot of different topics around the world. A read enjoyment to read
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The Week use to be a really great magazine. This last year it has steadily gone down hill. I AM REALLY DISAPPOINTED. They should fire their editor.
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It is nice to have many views (liberal/conservative) presented in one magazine.! I consider this as TURE journalism. Our journalists have been "high-jacked" so it is now up to "we the people" who can still think…to read both side of an equation and make some intelligent suppositions. With limited time, this is my "choice" to keep me abrest of what is happening in our complex World.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great magazine.  Articles cover all news subjects; fair and to the point.  It is not free on iPAD.  The app is but you must buy a subscription if you want to read the magazine.  Some comments  about it being free on iPAD are not true.
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Great stuff every week!
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Maybe the best place to see viewpoints from a variety of perspectives all in one review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A broad look at the news cycle. I think of it as a intelletual buffet. Good mag!