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Posted: Tuesday, September 11, 2007 10:00 pm

The Lodi News-Sentinel is offering extra features and discounts to its subscribers through a new Web site called Sentinelgold.com.

The site is aimed at attracting and retaining News-Sentinel subscribers, who have exclusive online access to all Sentinelgold.com content.

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  • posted at 12:43 pm on Thu, Sep 13, 2007.


    How about recognize the poor journalistic content of your paper,

    Since most good stories come from the AP Wire. your staff should have ample time to RESEARCH a local story not just put something together at the last minute to fill space. Suggestion would be to hire some high School Journalism majors, you may learn something.

  • posted at 9:47 am on Thu, Sep 13, 2007.


    I have to admit I am enjoying the games on the new site.

  • posted at 3:03 pm on Wed, Sep 12, 2007.


    The online ads for this paper are all from the gob's businesses. Others already know that newspapers are becoming defunct and personal blogs are replacing them. People today recognize one another's blogs and personal knowledge rather than propaganda from a cowtown, worthless newspaper. Who's stupid enough to give the Sentinel any personal information at all except the gob's and "movers and shakers"? Maybe the hall of famers?

  • posted at 11:55 am on Wed, Sep 12, 2007.


    lots of pictures of britney spears wouldnt hurt either! convert to crispy creme all you bad americans!

  • posted at 10:43 am on Wed, Sep 12, 2007.


    SentinelGold is not going to attract any new print subscribers, nor will it influence existing subscribers who are teetering on the brink of cancelling.

    What I would like to see is a web version that does not have advertisements, has all content from the print/web publications, and is reasonably priced.

  • posted at 8:33 am on Wed, Sep 12, 2007.


    Will this website be a little more truthful or full of the same city propaganda you're told to write by the GOB's? Who are the moderator(s)? Isn't that important to know? Maybe Mr. Mann from the city or the owner and editor of the Sentinel. Hopefully someone neutral, but don't hold your breath on that one.

  • posted at 7:42 am on Wed, Sep 12, 2007.


    OK, so LNS finally posted this article only AFTER my inquiry. Glad to see I have others (Sam, Lodian,etc) thinking the same as I do. Since it sounds like nothing is there yet I will file my subsriber letter and after a few weeks (giving LNS time to get it rolling) I might take a peek... on another persons computer using their acct#, but not mine. Marty, are you Big Brother?

  • posted at 6:24 am on Wed, Sep 12, 2007.


    I tried the site. Where's the beef? Only 5 articles with one to blog on ( using my account number). And why is that Wine article by the "Wine Guy" considered a real article? What a joke. "I'm dressed in my grubbies with my Wine Library wristband and Cal cap and ready to get very sticky" . I would have created the site first before inviting guests.



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