Your account number should appear on the email promoting activation. Additional filters can be applied as you choose. If you click the settings icon at the top of the My Clippings list page, you can change the default setting so that new clippings are not public. When you find other Members with interests similar to yours, you can clip their profile to be notified when they add something new and, if they allow it, contact them to get more information or share an insight. We will automatically search the millions of new pages we add each month and email you when we add something with matches for your saved search.
Clicking on the member name will take you to the profile page of that member where you'll find other things that member has clipped. It can also be found on your billing statement. Tips on finding your subscription account number: 1. Your Account Details page is private and cannot be accessed by other Members. When you follow a paper, we'll notify you when we add new pages for that paper or when someone clips an article from it.
Browse documents with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Archive browser When you just want to look at events for a particular date, or searching hasn't helped you find what you are looking for, browsing can be a good way to get into the papers. Just proceed to step 3 if this screen does not appear. A search will look for pages that include all the terms you put in the search box. When you share a clipping, your friends can see the image even if they don't subscribe to Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Archive. If neither of these options work for you, send us an email at pgforme post-gazette.
This means that a computer has tried to identify the words on each page and produce a digital version to search. When the image is clean and in good condition, this process is very accurate and can make searching papers easy. Please remember, this will be your username and password for post-gazette. It includes unrestricted access to post-gazette. Other Members' Profiles Profile Pages of other Members can be a great way to find interesting information. The Post-Gazette, which dates its founding to the establishment of the weekly Pittsburgh Gazette in 1786, is following in the path of other newspapers around the country that have ended publication of a print product some days of the week or entirely while shifting emphasis to their digital news sites. Type the name or other words you want to search for in the search box.
You can see and delete papers or people you are watching on your profile page. We have to acknowledge what is happening. When you are following a person, we'll notify you when they do something new on the site. Exclude the number 0 if your account number on the billing statement begins with 0. Total circulation including digital replica and non-replica editions is about 110,000 daily and 146,000 Sunday. . Searching 'William Randolph' on Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Archive When you have a name or other keywords to find, let the search comb through the millions of news pages to help you locate what you are looking for.
If there is more than one match on that page or another page in that edition of the paper, you'll see arrow buttons that you can use to look at the next and previous matches. You'll need to enter your first name, birth year, gender and zip code. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Archive Member profile of Each Member of Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Archive has a Profile Page that includes information about them and displays clippings they have made. You'll be asked to enter your email twice and a password. The Post-Gazette has a daily print circulation of about 80,000 and a Sunday print circulation of about 118,000, according to the most recent quarterly data from the Alliance for Audited Media. Clippings Clippings are an easy way to keep track of interesting things you find on Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Archive.
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If you project even five years into the future you cannot imagine there's a print business that will be vibrant nationally or internationally. Save a Search on Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Archive You can see and delete searches you've saved on your profile page. When you find an interesting clipping on Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Archive, you will see the image and member name of the person who made it. Clicking the thumbnail image or the linked newspaper title will take you to the viewer to see the full page. Saving a search also sets a notification for that search. You can hide your clippings from the public with privacy settings found in the Clipping Settings page in Your Account.
In the results column you'll find a small image thumbnail of the page with the matching text highlighted and information about the paper it come from. . . . . .