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Re: The Omaha World Herald

Postby MadMartin8 » Mon Jul 17, 2017 10:53 pm

Chalk me up as another who doesn't find the appeal in the "Breaking Brad" bit. The dude tries far too hard for what little he brings, and I don't think I have even chuckled more than a few times. He's like the pseudo class clown that everyone just kinda feels sorry for and so they do a fake laugh for him.
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Postby nebugeater » Tue Jul 18, 2017 6:09 am

I check. No tack.

He does get a chuckle one rare occasion, the one Gramps mentioned gets at least a grin. For the column inches he gets it isn't justified. Maybe this should be a weekly bit or at least just go on a small block on the comics page. Too many swings and misses by a long shot.

So far other than Gramps no one gets it. Not too good.
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Postby FirebirdEngineer » Tue Jul 18, 2017 7:03 am

GrandpaaSmucker wrote:That so called piece of art work is a joke. The artist should of named it Junkyard in the Sky. Brad just might have a tad of talent considering he wrote jokes for the Tonight Show for over a decade.


If it was during the Leno years, that ain't saying much.

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Postby Omaha_corn_burner » Tue Jul 18, 2017 8:24 am

nebugeater wrote:So far other than Gramps no one gets it. Not too good.

I think they are funny.

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Postby Omaha Cowboy » Tue Jul 18, 2017 12:37 pm

MadMartin8 wrote:Chalk me up as another who doesn't find the appeal in the "Breaking Brad" bit. The dude tries far too hard for what little he brings, and I don't think I have even chuckled more than a few times. He's like the pseudo class clown that everyone just kinda feels sorry for and so they do a fake laugh for him.


Honestly, I skip over the "Breaking Brad" bit completely, lol...

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Postby Toto » Tue Jul 18, 2017 12:41 pm

OWH got under the bluejay skin last night.
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Re: The Omaha World Herald

Postby bigredmed1 » Tue Jul 18, 2017 1:49 pm

Toto wrote:OWH got under the bluejay skin last night.
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Mostly, the OWH is so pro Jays in all sports save football, that to their readers, the Bluejays win when the Mavs play hockey.

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Re: The Omaha World Herald

Postby GrandpaaSmucker » Sun Jul 23, 2017 8:42 pm

The World Herald posted this weekend that they are now going to make the paper an inch shorter starting next week. About a month ago they said they were not publishing the TV Guide no more to save paper. This is getting ugly. If they cut that paper back too much more its going to be the size of a comic book.

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Postby GetUrban » Sun Jul 23, 2017 11:01 pm

GrandpaaSmucker wrote:The World Herald posted this weekend that they are now going to make the paper an inch shorter starting next week. About a month ago they said they were not publishing the TV Guide no more to save paper. This is getting ugly. If they cut that paper back too much more its going to be the size of a comic book.


The article said they're going to make each page 11" wide instead of 12-1/2". It will remain the same height. They also said they're bringing back the TV guide, as a response to complaints they received after eliminating it not too long ago.

I still get the paper, but admit I don't read it as much since they changed it to morning addition only. The news seems outdated by the time I get to read it in the evening, or I've already looked at it online.

I wouldn't mind if they made it the same size as the Daily Nebraskan I read in college at UNL. That was probably 9x16...or so for each page.
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Postby daveoma » Mon Jul 24, 2017 1:44 am

GetUrban wrote:
GrandpaaSmucker wrote:The World Herald posted this weekend that they are now going to make the paper an inch shorter starting next week. About a month ago they said they were not publishing the TV Guide no more to save paper. This is getting ugly. If they cut that paper back too much more its going to be the size of a comic book.


The article said they're going to make each page 11" wide instead of 12-1/2". It will remain the same height. They also said they're bringing back the TV guide, as a response to complaints they received after eliminating it not too long ago.

I still get the paper, but admit I don't read it as much since they changed it to morning addition only. The news seems outdated by the time I get to read it in the evening, or I've already looked at it online.

I wouldn't mind if they made it the same size as the Daily Nebraskan I read in college at UNL. That was probably 9x16...or so for each page.

People still read paper newspapers and television guides???? I thought those went the way of the rotary phone.

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Postby jessep28 » Mon Jul 24, 2017 1:31 pm

I still prefer to read physical newspapers. I can go through one more efficiently, I don't have to interact with a glowing screen, no auto play videos, no popover ads. The experience is more enjoyable in my opinion.
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Postby GrandpaaSmucker » Mon Jul 24, 2017 4:18 pm

jessep28 wrote:I still prefer to read physical newspapers. I can go through one more efficiently, I don't have to interact with a glowing screen, no auto play videos, no popover ads. The experience is more enjoyable in my opinion.



Everything you said there is 100% correct. Reading the physical paper is 10 times more nicer then trying to read it on the internet. I feel sorry for the poor person who has to read the paper on their cell phone. No way thats hard on their eyes huh.

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Postby nativeomahan » Fri Jul 28, 2017 11:06 pm

Not long ago the World-Herald completely dropped their TV listings from all daily editions of the newspaper. You either had to buy a copy of the Sunday paper or you were S.O.L. For the entire week.
Apparently enough people complained that they have brought the TV listings back, but they are buried on a different page almost every day, and the colorized version has been eliminated.
I'm just curious as to who uses their TV listings? I generally do not.

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Postby RNcyanide » Sat Jul 29, 2017 6:22 am

nativeomahan wrote:Not long ago the World-Herald completely dropped their TV listings from all daily editions of the newspaper. You either had to buy a copy of the Sunday paper or you were S.O.L. For the entire week.
Apparently enough people complained that they have brought the TV listings back, but they are buried on a different page almost every day, and the colorized version has been eliminated.
I'm just curious as to who uses their TV listings? I generally do not.


I feel like it's mainly older people or people who don't have expanded cable or satellite packages.
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Re: The Omaha World Herald

Postby Uffda » Sat Jul 29, 2017 7:32 am

RNcyanide wrote:
nativeomahan wrote:Not long ago the World-Herald completely dropped their TV listings from all daily editions of the newspaper. You either had to buy a copy of the Sunday paper or you were S.O.L. For the entire week.
Apparently enough people complained that they have brought the TV listings back, but they are buried on a different page almost every day, and the colorized version has been eliminated.
I'm just curious as to who uses their TV listings? I generally do not.


I feel like it's mainly older people or people who don't have expanded cable or satellite packages.



I only subscribe to the Sunday edition and the TV guide piece I don't even look at -- I also don't have cable or satellite. --- hmm maybe I am not as old as I think I am. :D

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Re: The Omaha World Herald

Postby GrandpaaSmucker » Sat Jul 29, 2017 8:53 am

Uffda wrote:
RNcyanide wrote:
nativeomahan wrote:Not long ago the World-Herald completely dropped their TV listings from all daily editions of the newspaper. You either had to buy a copy of the Sunday paper or you were S.O.L. For the entire week.
Apparently enough people complained that they have brought the TV listings back, but they are buried on a different page almost every day, and the colorized version has been eliminated.
I'm just curious as to who uses their TV listings? I generally do not.


I feel like it's mainly older people or people who don't have expanded cable or satellite packages.



I only subscribe to the Sunday edition and the TV guide piece I don't even look at -- I also don't have cable or satellite. --- hmm maybe I am not as old as I think I am. :D


Either that or you are broke :lol:

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Re: The Omaha World Herald

Postby GrandpaaSmucker » Sat Jul 29, 2017 9:05 am

RNcyanide wrote:
nativeomahan wrote:Not long ago the World-Herald completely dropped their TV listings from all daily editions of the newspaper. You either had to buy a copy of the Sunday paper or you were S.O.L. For the entire week.
Apparently enough people complained that they have brought the TV listings back, but they are buried on a different page almost every day, and the colorized version has been eliminated.
I'm just curious as to who uses their TV listings? I generally do not.


I feel like it's mainly older people or people who don't have expanded cable or satellite packages.


I have the Cox Contour with a voice activated remote........and I still like to look at the daily TV listings in the paper. Its nice to glance at the big TV listings page in the paper every morning just for a quick scan of whats going to be on that I might be worth watching. I look at the paper TV listings every day and the ones on Cox. I use the voice activated remote maybe once every other day.

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Re: The Omaha World Herald

Postby Uffda » Sat Jul 29, 2017 9:59 pm

GrandpaaSmucker wrote:
Uffda wrote:
RNcyanide wrote:
nativeomahan wrote:Not long ago the World-Herald completely dropped their TV listings from all daily editions of the newspaper. You either had to buy a copy of the Sunday paper or you were S.O.L. For the entire week.
Apparently enough people complained that they have brought the TV listings back, but they are buried on a different page almost every day, and the colorized version has been eliminated.
I'm just curious as to who uses their TV listings? I generally do not.


I feel like it's mainly older people or people who don't have expanded cable or satellite packages.



I only subscribe to the Sunday edition and the TV guide piece I don't even look at -- I also don't have cable or satellite. --- hmm maybe I am not as old as I think I am. :D


Either that or you are broke :lol:


Far from being broke. :D

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Postby jessep28 » Sun Jul 30, 2017 9:43 pm

One of their ad vendors served up one of those hijacking "YOUR HTC 10 HAS A SUPER NASTY VIRUS" advertisements while reading an article last night. That was super awesome.
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Re: The Omaha World Herald

Postby nebugeater » Wed Aug 02, 2017 1:36 pm

The OWH site is really pissing me off.

I am a seven day subscriber.
I am logged into their web site and my user name shows.
I can go to the epaper without issue.

Over the last few days from ANY COMPUTER in the same log in condition when I look at the web site and just want to read the story by clicking on it it tells me I have reached my limit of views and must subscribe or log in. Try and log in again and it goes through he steps and no change. I AM logged in and the site shows I am. They are doing everything they can to get me to drop my subscription all together.
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Postby buildomaha » Wed Aug 02, 2017 2:36 pm

nebugeater wrote:The OWH site is really pissing me off.

I am a seven day subscriber.
I am logged into their web site and my user name shows.
I can go to the epaper without issue.

Over the last few days from ANY COMPUTER in the same log in condition when I look at the web site and just want to read the story by clicking on it it tells me I have reached my limit of views and must subscribe or log in. Try and log in again and it goes through he steps and no change. I AM logged in and the site shows I am. They are doing everything they can to get me to drop my subscription all together.

Clear the website data for omaha.com

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Postby debradomayer » Wed Aug 02, 2017 2:43 pm

OWH tracks your cookies. The way around it, until they figure it out is to right click your mouse on the article you want to read, click "open in incognito window". I've been doing this for months. And a new tab opens! Kind of a pain, but worth it.

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Postby iamjacobm » Wed Aug 02, 2017 2:58 pm

That shouldn't be an issue if you are paying for their service though.

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iamjacobm wrote:That shouldn't be an issue if you are paying for their service though.
We had the same issue when we took the paper. Probably our fault that the problem persisted. From what I could tell by messages they also wanted us to subscribe on line at an additional cost. I just didn't feel like dealing with them or paying more.

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Postby nebugeater » Wed Aug 02, 2017 4:19 pm

debradomayer wrote:OWH tracks your cookies. The way around it, until they figure it out is to right click your mouse on the article you want to read, click "open in incognito window". I've been doing this for months. And a new tab opens! Kind of a pain, but worth it.


I know and use that trick but shouldn't have too. Pay them too many $$$ to have to put up with that.
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Postby nebugeater » Wed Aug 02, 2017 4:20 pm

debradomayer wrote:
iamjacobm wrote:That shouldn't be an issue if you are paying for their service though.
We had the same issue when we took the paper. Probably our fault that the problem persisted. From what I could tell by messages they also wanted us to subscribe on line at an additional cost. I just didn't feel like dealing with them or paying more.


It has worked fine up to a couple weeks ago. I will have to check if anything has changed in the terms but it has always said as a 7 day subscriber all on line access is included.
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Postby hatwate » Fri Aug 04, 2017 9:13 am

nebugeater wrote:
debradomayer wrote:
iamjacobm wrote:That shouldn't be an issue if you are paying for their service though.
We had the same issue when we took the paper. Probably our fault that the problem persisted. From what I could tell by messages they also wanted us to subscribe on line at an additional cost. I just didn't feel like dealing with them or paying more.


It has worked fine up to a couple weeks ago. I will have to check if anything has changed in the terms but it has always said as a 7 day subscriber all on line access is included.

Someone from the WH called me about a different issue but said they had gotten a whole new system 7/15. I don't know if it was just the customer serviced side of things or not but thought I would mention it. Also, she said their billing is done out of state as is customer service I think. There were a couple of functions though that have definitely been outsourced to 3 other states.

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Re: The Omaha World Herald

Postby nebugeater » Fri Aug 04, 2017 9:37 am

hatwate wrote:
nebugeater wrote:
debradomayer wrote:
iamjacobm wrote:That shouldn't be an issue if you are paying for their service though.
We had the same issue when we took the paper. Probably our fault that the problem persisted. From what I could tell by messages they also wanted us to subscribe on line at an additional cost. I just didn't feel like dealing with them or paying more.


It has worked fine up to a couple weeks ago. I will have to check if anything has changed in the terms but it has always said as a 7 day subscriber all on line access is included.

Someone from the WH called me about a different issue but said they had gotten a whole new system 7/15. I don't know if it was just the customer serviced side of things or not but thought I would mention it. Also, she said their billing is done out of state as is customer service I think. There were a couple of functions though that have definitely been outsourced to 3 other states.



Thanks for that info. The timing seems to match.
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Postby jag42 » Sat Sep 23, 2017 1:19 pm

Omaha.com is down to offering 6 free articles per month for non-subscribers. Good thing for being able to clear out your browser history lol.

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Postby GrandpaaSmucker » Sat Sep 23, 2017 6:02 pm

jag42 wrote:Omaha.com is down to offering 6 free articles per month for non-subscribers. Good thing for being able to clear out your browser history lol.


Them that pays gits them that don't are left to scavenge and complain :;):

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Postby Uffda » Sat Sep 23, 2017 8:07 pm

jag42 wrote:Omaha.com is down to offering 6 free articles per month for non-subscribers. Good thing for being able to clear out your browser history lol.


or use more than one browser. :D

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Postby jag42 » Sat Sep 23, 2017 9:26 pm

It's just funny seeing them keep dropping the number...I think when they first started limiting articles, it was 20, then 15, then 10, then 7, now 6.... wonder how long it will be before they are down to 2.

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Postby Padre » Sat Sep 23, 2017 9:59 pm

The number of articles drops as the size of the paper shrinks. I sense a pattern here. :roll:

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Postby Dundeemaha » Sun Sep 24, 2017 3:57 am

At least it looks like they're becoming more reasonable on pricing, it looks like the digital access add-on to weekend or sunday only paper subscriptions is just 99c now

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Postby bigredmed1 » Sun Sep 24, 2017 10:49 am

Dundeemaha wrote:At least it looks like they're becoming more reasonable on pricing, it looks like the digital access add-on to weekend or sunday only paper subscriptions is just 99c now

Now, if they would only actually deliver the Sunday paper we subscribed to...

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Postby NovakOmaha » Sun Sep 24, 2017 11:42 am

My gut reaction is that this has Warren Buffet written all over it. No freebies. Gimme money I can buy more stuff with. His experience with the Buffalo News gave him insight. The owh is pretty much THE source of news in Omaha. Advertising, subscriptions...the majority of the population will pay what he asks. There will be a time when if you want to read more than the headline you will pay for the privilege. Well, not me but many if not most of the rest...

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Postby GrandpaaSmucker » Sun Sep 24, 2017 5:35 pm

NovakOmaha wrote:My gut reaction is that this has Warren Buffet written all over it. No freebies. Gimme money I can buy more stuff with. His experience with the Buffalo News gave him insight. The owh is pretty much THE source of news in Omaha. Advertising, subscriptions...the majority of the population will pay what he asks. There will be a time when if you want to read more than the headline you will pay for the privilege. Well, not me but many if not most of the rest...


I wish Warren would cut the free articles down to 1. The "Entitlement Society" needs to be retrained to not be expecting everything handed to them for nothing just because they are such wonderful people. :clap:

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Postby NovakOmaha » Sun Sep 24, 2017 8:29 pm

GrandpaaSmucker wrote:
NovakOmaha wrote:My gut reaction is that this has Warren Buffet written all over it. No freebies. Gimme money I can buy more stuff with. His experience with the Buffalo News gave him insight. The owh is pretty much THE source of news in Omaha. Advertising, subscriptions...the majority of the population will pay what he asks. There will be a time when if you want to read more than the headline you will pay for the privilege. Well, not me but many if not most of the rest...


I wish Warren would cut the free articles down to 1. The "Entitlement Society" needs to be retrained to not be expecting everything handed to them for nothing just because they are such wonderful people. :clap:


Orrrrr......using the Facebook model....Free access in exchange for advertiser revenue. In the pre cable days you turned on your tv & programming was free, or appeared that way. Advertisers sponsored programming.

So there are two models for omaha.com. Sell subscriptions or sell ads. I suppose you could do both. On the other hand, having larger numbers of views of pages and the site would be an incentive for advertisers to buy ads. There are only so many people who are willing to pay for the news on the site. AND the willingness to pay shrinks for every penny more you charge. Economics appear to dictate the advertiser model.

In other words, this isn't an example of entitlement so much as economic modeling.

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Re: The Omaha World Herald

Postby GrandpaaSmucker » Mon Sep 25, 2017 9:01 am

NovakOmaha wrote:
In other words, this isn't an example of entitlement so much as economic modeling.


Look at today's print issue of the Monday paper and count the big advertising ads. There are only about 15 of them in the whole paper. They might of once made a bunch of money off the ads but it sure don't look that way now. The money they get from subscriptions has to be a substantial portion of what little income they take in. If they are letting the moochers get the paper for free off the internet they are contributing to the destruction of what little source of revenue they have left.

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Postby damonhynes » Mon Sep 25, 2017 1:16 pm

NovakOmaha wrote:My gut reaction is that this has Warren Buffet written all over it. No freebies. Gimme money I can buy more stuff with.


Hey, mistresses aren't cheap... :banana:
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