Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

by PG Publishing Co.
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Current Issue: Wednesday, September, 20, 2017

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is Western Pennsylvania's largest newspaper and post-gazette.com is the region's most visited news website, together reaching more than one million people each week. The Post-Gazette provides unparalleled reporting and commentary on Pittsburgh's sports teams — the Steelers, Penguins, Pirates, and the University of Pittsburgh, plus award-winning local, national and international news coverage.

Product Details

Publisher:
PG Publishing Co.
# of issues/year:
365
Delivered:
Daily
Current Issue:
Wednesday, September, 20, 2017
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NOOK Newspaper
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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 2.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I would like to read a hometown newspaper for local news, sports ... However, after months subscribing, I give up! Sloppy production values (e.g. continuations of articles sometimes treated as different articles). Not easy to navigate. Worst of all, B and N is having a hard time getting this out in a timely manner. I want my paper before I go to work. If my paper delivery man were this late, I would cancel. I choose to do the same to this service after many missed mornings.
Anonymous 20 days ago
I'm truly sick of this newspaper arriving after 10 o'clock on my not there is no excuse for this
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doom and gloom. didn't really make you think
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Poor quality compared with print copy. The non-article items are not included. No store ads, no comics, no want ads. Planning to discontinue subscription as this does not fill my needs.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a dump of the paper text, hyphenations and all. It has clunky navigation. I have had times when it would not be update at 6am the day of the paper (that's after the paper comes out in paper). Better to just read it on the web, which is free.
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I can live with all typos and lack of anything but newsprint, but not knowing when or if, it will be updated is unacceptable,canceling.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is my favorite daily newspaper, but the Nook edition is horribly edited. The e-version is a poor copy of the paper edition, with parts of articles frequently missing, misspelled words, and awkward hyphenations and text layout. It's essentially unreadable. In the July 25th edition, the lead story in the sports page had a completely unrelated picture below the headline and the text switched to an article about fall TV halfway through. Another sports editorial said it was "Continued on Page D-3", but the rest of the article was nowhere to be found. Also, why are the box scores and standings missing from the sports sections?
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Al_Fondy More than 1 year ago
with the technology of Nook, the Post-Gazette should do more with the graphic side. Most of the content is only text, and I did not find some syndicated columnists even in text. An excellent newspaper, but the nook version was a disappointment.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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