Screen shot of the Knoxville News Sentinel E-Edition app.
The News Sentinel’s print replica app for the iPhone and iPad is back!
Many of your had our original app for the print replica or “E-Edition” and missed it when it was eliminated. We’re happy to be able bring it back. The app went live in the Apple App Store late last week.
The Knoxville News Sentinel E-Edition lets you read Knoxville News Sentinel on your iOS device just as it appears in print. You can flip through pages and skim headlines as you would the printed edition.
But better than that, the Knoxville News Sentinel E-Edition allows you to enlarge type with the tap of a finger, or jump instantly to the conclusion of a story on another page.
You can link to websites mentioned in stories with a single touch, or fire off an e-mail to an address linked from the newspaper. And if you missed the paper one day, don’t worry. The Knoxville News Sentinel E-Editions lets you download past editions, too.
Get it now.
We’re currently doing a promotion called “Surf all summer! Get full access to all knoxnews.com content for a limited time.”
You may have noticed that phrase on many of our Facebook posts.
This means whether you are subscriber or not, you can read all the articles on knoxnews.com. Comments are restricted to subscribers.
The Market Square Webcam is back online.
The webcam was taken out of service when we transitioned to a new hosting environment late last summer and was languishing on our to-do list for months. We found some time in recent weeks to build a new home for it.
The webcam is located at the Knoxville Chamber offices is a joint project of the News Sentinel and Chamber.
We’ve updated our pay dateabases for Knox County and University of Tennessee employees.
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University of Tennessee 2015
If you notice something odd or missing, let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re working with the city and the county schools to updated salary databases from them as well.
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We have added a couple new bloggers in recent weeks:
Business writer Carly Harrington is writing The Bottom Line business blog.
Columnists and book author David Hunter is writing The Vanities Review.
Give them a look.
We have updated our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Sometime mid-Monday morning, we’ll be implementing Facebook comments on knoxnews.com.
We already use Facebook to post comments here on knoxblogs.com and a large number of our users are on Facebook and familiar with how Facebook comments work.
The decision to change comments systems came, however, because our current comment technology vendor is going out of business and we needed a replacement. solution.
Here’s a link to the frequently asked questions page for the new comments.