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[Orlando Sentinel is owned by Tribune, which also owns Cars.com which holds a monetary partnership with Kelley Blue Book (kbb.com) which is owned by Autotrader.com which is owned by Cox Enterprises -- think about that incestuous relationship and the newspaper's narrow focus on potential ad dollars the next time you see a car advertisement in the newspaper or their website -- Ed.]
TIP: If you absolutely need access to OS, put your browser in private (or incognito) mode. The paywall operates on cookies and your browser's private mode removes access to those cookies. A better idea: don't give Orlando Sentinel your traffic. There are a lot of local news sources and games like convoluted paywalls are disrespectful to the internet-at-large.
TIPS FOR ORLANDO SENTINEL: If you need to generate more revenue (which you clearly do since you're trying to sell subscriptions to your website -- oh, and PS: you know who else sells website subscriptions? Porn sites. GREAT company you're in, there, eh?) maybe you should think about developing some exclusive, kick-ass content that advertisers actually want to get behind; produce better videos for YouTube; and generally stop acting like you can just transplant the newspaper business onto the internet without any kind of drastic evolutionary changes.
The Subscription-Hating Writing Staff at Orlando Insider