The Vancouver Sun Kindle Edition
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The Vancouver Sun is a metropolitan daily newspaper that has served British Columbia since 1912. It provides award-winning local news, sports, entertainment, lifestyle and business coverage, as well as commentary, analysis and national and world news from a uniquely Western perspective. The Sun, a broadsheet, publishes daily except Sundays and selected holidays.
- Language: : English
- Publication date : November 11, 2013
- Date First Available : November 19, 2009
- Publisher : Postmedia Network, Inc. (November 11, 2013)
- ASIN : B002SBAKBI
- Best Sellers Rank: #61,823 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I'm testing out a monthly subscription to the Kindle version of the Vancouver Sun. It appears to have all the same articles that you would find in the daily print/digital editions. It lacks the photos and advertisements - so it's just the article content. The fact that it is just the content of the various articles is just fine for me. I realize that some would prefer to still have the overall look of the print/digital edition, in which case I'm not even sure Kindle is the appropriate platform for such viewing.
The only reason I give it 4 starts, instead of 5, is that it is $4 more expensive than the digital edition ($13.99 vs. $9.99). This is obviously because the Vancouver Sun has to pay Amazon more than their provider of the digital edition. Perhaps this is the premium of getting the Sun in the Kindle format and the cost of avoiding the adverstisements? Now I'm in the process of trying to figure out if it is worth the extra cost to me. A discounted yearly subscription price would be nice (but this applies to all magazine and newspaper subscriptions available through Kindle).
The FULL digital edition of the Vancouver Sun costs $9.99 (as of today), and it is indeed the full version "Now you can read Vancouver Sun anytime, anywhere. Vancouver Sun Digital is available to you at home or at work, and is the same edition as the printed copy available at the newsstand. Sections and supplements are laid out just as in the print edition, but complemented by a variety of digital tools which enhance the printed newspaper's look and feel."
Note sure where Amazon gets off charging a $4 premium here, but be aware of it before you buy - you're probably better off buy direct.