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Michigan's oldest and largest newspaper is known for its providing comprehensive news coverage of metro Detroit and Michigan. The winner of eight Pulitzer Prizes and three national Emmy Awards, the Free Press is a trusted source of information on GM, Ford and Chrysler, as well as on international auto news.
As Michigan's most-read newspaper, the Free Press offers unique perspectives on current issues from columnists Mitch Albom, Tom Walsh, Susan Tompor, Rochelle Riley, Drew Sharp, Michael Rosenberg and more. And, as a newspaper annually selected to have one of the best sports sections in the country, the Free Press is the nation's best source for behind-the-scenes coverage of Detroit's professional sports teams (the Detroit Lions, Tigers, Red Wings and Pistons), as well as Michigan's Big 10 teams (the Wolverines and Spartans).
The Kindle Edition of The Detroit Free Press contains articles found in the print edition, but will not include some images and tables. Also, some features such as the crossword puzzle, box scores and classifieds are not currently available. For your convenience, issues are automatically delivered wirelessly to your Kindle so you can read them each morning.
- Publisher: Gannett (November 11, 2013)
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B001XCWUSO
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I worked at the Free Press as a young kid working in the Advertising dept as a messenger boy delivering advertising around the downtown area that would have been somewhere between 1954 and 1958 worked full time in the summers and on saturdays in the fall winter and spring months as I played sports for my school during the school year. But I loved the Free Press the people who worked there especially Ken Anderson my boss a great guy, and of course I became a avid reader of the paper and have been to this day i could never betray the Free Press after they were so good to me as a Kid when I really needed it, I had lost my dad at 10 years old Mpm was working two jobs that didn’t pay much and because she worked worked from 9 in the morning to 10 at night I rarely saw her during the week so I was pretty much on my own from the age of 10, the money I was able to earn at the Free press was pocket money I could never ask Mom for, and it helped me through High School hanging out with my buddies being able to buy a letter jacket, so ;I am a life long fan of the Detroit Free Press and will die reading this great newspaper….
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I’ve had this on my kindle for less than a year. I used to live in Detroit and wanted news that reminds me of the city the people the sports . When I lived there I admit I usally get the Detroit News but since I no longer live there I think The Freep is the right choice for me. Now the reason I give it 3 stars is because lately the format changed for the worst. The sections are mixed up and some coluums repeat.I would upgrade the rating if the errors were fixed.
The Detroit free Press was one of the best news papers in the country. But the economic pressures have taken it’s toll. The home delivery was reduced from 7 to 3 days per week and we were forced to settle for an on line edition 4 days a week, or try to find a store to pay for an over priced under size paper.
How I athink the Free Press could improve
I have been a subscriber of the Free Press for sixty years so I am committed to it and its excellent journalists, however, it still focuses on three counties when many of its readers live in the surrounding counties. I don’t always want to hear about Detroit, about Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties except when it is in context. to the whole. A lot goes on in the surrounding cities but the paper does not focus on them. Do you want to be the same paper you were forty years ago?
Sunday when I ordered the paper on my Kindle I did not have the Sports section.
one of the finest in our country.
so I like reading about my home-city in the Detroit Free Press
I’m living in VA, but I’m from Detroit. I like reading about my home-city in the Detroit Free Press.
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