Coverage is bias!
I can’t get anywhere with you digital paper. Have been trying to get the epaper and will not work. So frustrated.
It is difficult to find an article published in the Sentinel even with the exact headline...which is very frustrating! I have tried to find articles by specific columnists with the headline of the column...without success. It is really annoying!
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We need captions to fully understand what is being spoken on the videos.
I gave the Orlando Sentinel a try recently given the increase in local news. The content of the articles is somewhere between mediocre and satisfactory, but the app itself is straight garbage. Why do you need pictures to take up literally the entire screen and then some? On an iPad Pro no less! Absurd. I will be cancelling within the month.
You can tell the Sentinel, once part of the proud Chicago Tribune chain, is owned by a venture capital company. There’s no investment in the paper, just in its overlords’ profits. I pay $16 a month for a subscription to electronic content only, but trying to read the paper is nearly impossible. The website is stocked with filler, old news, brief, never-followed up police reports, and short paragraphs rewritten from Twitter. The e-newspaper, a replica of the print version, has some substance, but the damned thing crashes or produces a black screen whenever I try to access it. I pay twice as much for my Sentinel subscription as I do for my Tampa Bay Times ($7 a month) and Washington Post ($100 a year) e-subscriptions. If the e-paper just worked I would grumble but put up with it to support local journalism. But to cancel I have to spend a minimum of 30 minutes on hold before I can talk to some guy in India who functions as the circulation department. Maybe I’ll just cancel the credit card the subscription is attached to. That might be easier. Seriously, think twice about purchasing a subscription here. The Sentinel was a good paper 20 years ago. Now with cost cutting to the bone, there’s very little left, and good luck trying to find a way to read it.
Always free and now requires a subscription. Long press. Delete app. Not worth it.
I have a regular subscription to the Sentinel. Using the online version is super frustrating because of all the ads that constantly pop up and make it hard to read even one article. I thought downloading the app would make it difference but it’s the same experience. To make it even more annoying the app won’t let you stay signed in. So lame! Get your act together.