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Ratings and Reviews
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I read on-lines news looking for balanced content. It seems more and more even a typical non-political news story has some politics that seep in between the lines.
The Times may have been left-leaning in the past but writer Skelton took care of that, and that’s OK. I’m proud to say, especially in today’s U.S., that I am a life-long Democrat. But you can’t see the real world looking for fodder that only leans in your direction. There are always at least two sides to every story.
I believe the L.A. Times does a great job of trying to present balance in today’s news. With so much embarrassing outbursts and shenanigans coming out of the White House, you would think it would be a simple job to report the news with a democratic spin. But The Times seems to always attempt to ride the middle road in its reporting - Opinion section not counting!
As a very young boy I delivered The Times off the back of my brother’s Chevy pickup to news racks (remember those?) and corner markets from downtown to East L.A. I am so thankful the “Paper” is still with us today.
“All The News That’s Fit To Print”
I HEART LA.
Silly title, isn’t it? I figured people might read this: As a reader of news on devices for only a year and as a homesick native, I appreciate the ready availability of access to the Los Angeles Times. Who else but someone like me, living out of state and missing my home town paper, would turn to a wonderful app like this? And not just for breaking news in politics national and local but also traffic alerts! I hadn’t known there were Metro Line tracks along the 210. I felt something akin to being there, although there may have been the automatic sympathy (Oh no!) one feels as a heretofore daily commuter in the Greater Los Angeles Area. I remember when the 210 had been proposed and approved, and was controversial due to expected segregation between “whites and blacks” in Pasadena. I read all about it in the LA Times. No one anticipated black flight, much less light rail connection. I read about those in the LA Times, too, all of controversial. I guess this is all to to say that I Heart the LA Times and its app! Thanks for reading!
I just don’t use it anymore
I used to use the app constantly, even with its flaws, but as soon as they started the new format I find I don’t use it anymore and I just download the newspaper version. With big pictures it is harder to navigate to find what the important stories are. I like headlines so that can see at a glance the important news and stories and and pick from among them. The sections are on a small band at the top awkwardly listed horizontally, I don’t know if I can change the order to suit my usual preferences. The news app on my phone taking articles from multiple sources is similar in its use of pics, but much easier to use listing the four or five latest or most popular articles, but the proof is in my usage. When the change first occurred my brother railed about the new format, but I’d been such a long time user that I thought he was overreacting, but months later I just don’t use it. Send us a note if you change it. If there is a fee for it I will drop it.
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