Frequently Asked Questions
1. How often does the iPad edition publish?
Just like the paper, the iPad edition is published Mondays through Fridays.
2. How much does it cost?
A monthly subscription is $1.99 per month; a yearly subscription costs $19.99.
3. How can I try it for free?
Those who download the "RedEye for iPad" app from the iTunes store before April 15 will get a month to try it, free of charge. Thereafter, subscriptions are available for the cost mentioned above.
4. How do I manage my subscriptions or unsubscribe?
- From your device's Home screen, tap App Store.
- Tap Featured at the bottom of the screen.
- Scroll to the bottom of the page.
- Tap the Apple ID button in the lower-left corner. (If you are not signed in, tap the Sign In button, and sign in with your Apple ID. Then, scroll back to the bottom of the page, and tap the Apple ID button.)
- From the main account page, scroll down and tap Manage App Subscriptions. If you don't have app subscriptions this button will not be displayed.
- From the Manage App Subscription page iPad, tap the RedEye app
For more detailed instructions, go to: support.apple.com/kb/ht4098
5. Is there an app for Android tablets?
There isn't one yet, but we're working on it.
How can I get old copies of RedEye?
If the issue is more than a three months old, we do not have any copies. We can, however, send you a digital copy. Please request an old issue of RedEye by filling out the form below and e-mailing it to email@example.com:
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How can I find old stories that ran in RedEye?
We can e-mail you a digital copy in PDF form. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, and fill out as much of the form below as possible:
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I've searched your site and I can't find a story I saw in the paper.
RedEye often runs stories from the Chicago Tribune or Associated Press. We also partner with Metromix.com. If you are unable to find the story on our Web site, you may want to try searching ChicagoTribune.com, Metromix.com or the AP. If you still cannot find the story, e-mail email@example.com.
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When does RedEye publish? Does it print on holidays?
RedEye prints Monday through Friday. Its publication holidays are New Year's Day, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Does RedEye have a business section?
No, we do not have a business section. You can check out the Chicago Tribune's business section: http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/
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RedEye's event listings go through Metromix.com. You can submit your listings by emailing email@example.com.
How can I advertise in RedEye?
If you are interested in print, online or social media advertising, please contact Kara Stefanik at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-527-8162.
Please come out and cover this event!
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Where can I send press releases?
All press releases should be sent to the RedEye editors at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I pitch a story for RedEye, or become a RedEye columnist?
RedEye does not accept story submissions, but will accept resumes and clips from freelancers. Please e-mail them into email@example.com.
Are there job openings at RedEye?
Please see our current employment opportunities here.
I want to speak with your editor/I'd like to send in a Letter to the Editor.
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Do you have kids?
No, RedEye does not have any kids. It does, however, have a little brother named TheMash.
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