Midland Reporter-Telegram e-edition for iPad

Midland Reporter-Telegram e-edition for iPad

By Hearst Newspapers

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2014-05-12
  • Current Version: 2.8.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 40.92 MB
  • Developer: Hearst Newspapers
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.

Description

Welcome to the Midland Reporter-Telegram replica e-edition, delivered right to your iPad when you sign up for access! At home, or away, during business travel or on vacation -- Your City. Your News. Your Way! Enjoy in-depth local coverage, national news, world reports and the award-winning stories behind their headlines, Mella McEwen and the Oil Report! Plus ads, comics, games and much, much more! Features: Table of Contents for easy access to top stories Organized up-to-date content • Easy to read with adjustable font option and zoom features • Quick loading pages • Share the news -- by email, Facebook and Twitter! How to Subscribe: MRT iReader iPad App requires a paid subscription to Midland Reporter-Telegram eEdition to view content. Already a subscriber? Download the app and activate your account following these easy steps. You’ll have access in no time at all! Not a subscriber? Download the app and follow these easy instructions for immediate access. Having trouble? Call 432.682.5311 Email support@mrt.com for assistance or visit https://www.myhearstnewspaper.com/Midland/FAQ.aspx for answers to common questions. About the Midland Reporter-Telegram: The Midland Reporter-Telegram has been the voice of Midland and the Permian Basin since 1929, providing information to a community that has grown to more than a 130,000 people. Midland is the epicenter of one of the largest oil producing areas in the nation and is home to the region’s major players in the oil patch, including Concho, Apache, Chevron, Pioneer and Fasken. Our award-winning journalists deliver the news that matters most to Midland and the Permian Basin, from local businesses to the global economy, from community events to foreign affairs and from neighborhood struggles to international disasters. We have dedicated news bureaus in Austin (together with the San Antonio Express News and the Houston Chronicle) and Washington, D.C. Midland’s most enduring source of news and information has expanded to include specialized publications and magazines and Midland’s No. 1 News Website, MRT.com, reaching more than 31,000 adults in the Midland DMA each week. Each month, MRT.com averages more than 2 million page views with over 142,000 unique visitors.

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Reviews

  • Trouble selecting other issues

    3
    By 1234Unhappy1234
    Recently, maybe in the last week or two, I stopped being able to scroll through past issues in the app. Once you go to an older issue, you can't flip back to a newer one. Please fix!

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