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<i>Orlando Sentinel</i>

For more than 130 years, the Orlando Sentinel has kept communities abreast of local, regional, national, and international news, garnering multiple Pulitzer Prizes thanks to the talents of writers and editors including Jeff Brazil, Jane Healy, and John. C. Bersia. Today, the editorial team keeps that tradition of in-depth journalism thriving. Sports reporters chronicle the accolades of the Florida Gators and Orlando Magic through roster ratings and staff interviews, and roving travel correspondents regale readers with vivid descriptions of vacation spots and the best islands to get shipwrecked on. Business writers tell of strategic changes to area businesses and help readers stay informed about economic changes in the market.

A rotating slate of daily features sections, such as Cooking/Eating, Entertainment, and Style & Home, highlight intriguing goings-on. Sunday editions double down on news coverage and weigh down doorsteps with a bevy of coupons, as well as lighthearted comics that give subscribers a chance to laugh at the very real tragedy of cat obesity caused by lasagna addiction.

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