InterNews is a reasonably good newsreader that supports multithreading that is no longer under development, but quite functional nonetheless. InterNews uses a three-paned window and allows you to keep multiple sets of group lists in a single user file. It's slower and less feature-filled than the various NewsWatchers, however. Version 2.0.2 is a bug-fix release.
"I rather enjoyed the speed and accuracy of InterNews. It is a stable and fast-working program. The architecture is simple but fine, except that one cannot have the option of viewing the authors as well as the article subjects. I prefer to know "who" wrote what, before the file loads into the InterNews window."
—Gerrit K Deppe
"I like InterNews because it presents all the information you need in a single pane: groups, subjects, and articles. It doesn't permit you to send a copy of your replies to the author as well as the group, and I've recently (1999) had trouble getting it to rebuild its news group listing. The author has written to me to say that he has ceased development, so this is, unfortunately, a dead product. :-("
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