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RJ introduces new TV Weekly magazine in Sunday editions

Television has made quantum leaps since the days of three networks and rabbit-ears antennas.

To help viewers navigate the ever-expanding TV universe, the Review-Journal introduces TV Weekly, debuting in Sunday’s editions.

With 48 pages of expanded content, the new magazine features Las Vegas area listings, along with daily “Best Bets,” “Sports This Week” and an A-Z movie guide.

“We hope readers find TV Weekly’s tables, local channel guides, sports and movie listings and other content enjoyable and helpful,” said Review-Journal Managing Editor Glenn Cook. “Each edition also features recommendations that go beyond channels to streaming services.”

Other TV Weekly features: celebrity Q&As, TV puzzles and games, soap opera updates, horoscopes and more.

Complimentary copies of TV Weekly will be sent to Review-Journal subscribers Sunday and on Sept. 17; subscription service begins Sept. 24.

For Review-Journal subscribers, TV Weekly subscriptions are $9.75 for 13 weeks, $31.98 for 26 weeks, $43.68 for 12 months and $78 for 24 months; non-subscriber rates range from $9.75 to $102.96. To subscribe, call 855-545-8468 or visit iwantmytvmagazine.com.

An eight-page edition of TV Weekly will be included in Sunday Review-Journal editions sold at newsstands.

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