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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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Publisher:
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
# of issues/year:
365
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Current Issue:
December 14, 2018
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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 30 reviews.
CoryAllen78 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoy the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on both my iPad and Nook GlowLight Plus which is surprising. The article view on GlowLight Plus is easy to navigate and to read through the paper once you get used to it. On iPad it is fun to read it as almost a real newspaper and provides an old fashioned yet modern experience which is what I was looking for. My only hope is that they make it much higher resolution for the iPad in the future to support the nice photography and typography.
DoorCounty More than 1 year ago
E-format problem with the reader basically gives you a black screen. Thought it was my HD+ but Tab3 app is the same - wasted weeks trouble shooting. B&N confirms problem and maybe some day will get it fixed. Not sure if anyone is able to read this e-version - please advise if you figured it out. Liked getting news on the packers and MKE.
Anonymous 10 months ago
Boring
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My husband subscribes to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel for his nook. He really likes it. The only problem is, it is either late when he finally gets it on his nook or he does not get it at all. He likes it in the early morning.
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The JS is a great paper, but the experience suffers a lot in this digital edition. Navigating articles is often made iffy by the navigational header and the article's headline getting split across different pages for articles that have a picture at the top. Also, this subscription does not seem to include access to the paper's, so you won't be able to use it's online features or access interactive content.
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I have no idea whether I would like it or not as I haven't gotten it. I subscribed to this yesterday and got that days paper. It is now 8:00 in the morning the next day and i still can't get today's paper. Totally worthless
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Online version of paper is useless impossible to make sense of.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I guess I thought the layout would be more like a newspaper! And why no classifieds? Aren't they a part of the whole newspaper too? Anyway disappointed! Oh well.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I see my Nook "friends" app says I "liked" this. I did not. I tried one issue and did not subscribe. Difficult to navigate. Much missing content. A rather bad presentation of an increasingly bad newspaper. Not recommended!
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Not worth the hassle of trying to find articles.