List of newspapers in Oklahoma
There are 192 Newspapers in the Oklahoma, United States. The Oklahoman and The Tulsa World are the biggest newspapers circulating in Oklahoma and the smallest newspaper is GAGE RECORD. Oklahoma State is the 20th-most extensive and the 28th most populous of the fifty States. The people in the State are called Okies, and its capital is Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City and Tulsa are the 45th and 61st largest media markets in the USA by Nielsen Media Research.
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oklahoman.comThe Oklahoman is a daily newspaper in published Oklahoma City, OK. It is the largest circulating newspaper in Oklahoma which ranks 42nd in the whole USA. The award-winning paper is owned by Gatehouse Media. Oklahoman covers breaking news, sports, entertainment, and obituaries in Oklahoma City. It circulates 92,073 copies daily.
The Tulsa World is a daily newspaper published in Tulsa, OK. It is the primary newspaper for the northeastern and easter portions of Oklahoma. It is owned by the media giant Lee Enterprises and is ranked 82nd in the whole USA. The paper covers news, crime, politics, sports, and entertainment in Tulsa County and the metropolitan area of Oklahoma. Tulsa World circulates 93,558 copies daily and 102,727 copies on Sundays.
The Daily Ardmoreite is a daily newspaper published in Ardmore, OK. It was founded on October 18, 1893, and is currently owned by Gannett. The paper covers local news, sports, entertainment, and obituaries in Ardmore. The Daily Ardmoreite circulates 8,000 copies daily.
The Norman Transcript is a daily newspaper published in norman, OK. It covers local news in Cleveland and McClain counties. The paper is the oldest newspaper business in Norman. It is currently owned by CNHI. Norman Transcript circulates 13,825 copies daily and 14,036 copies on Sundays.
The Lawton Constitution is a daily newspaper published in Lawton, OK. The paper is owned and operated by Southern Newspapers. It covers local news in Lawton and Comanche Counties. The Lawton Constitution circulates 10,000 copies daily.
The Muskogee Phoenix is a daily newspaper published in Muskogee, OK. It is owned by CNHI. The paper circulates 15,909 copies daily and 17,073 copies on Sundays.
The Duncan Banner is a daily newspaper published in Duncan, Oklahoma. It is the oldest business in Duncan that still operates under the same name. The paper is owned and operated by CNHI. Duncan Banner circulates 5,000 copies daily.
The Ada Evening News is a daily newspaper published in Ada, OK. The paper's coverage area includes Pontotoc County and portions of Coal County, Garvin County, Hughes County, Johnston County, Murray County, and Seminole County. It is owned by CNHI. Ada Evening News circulates 5,000 copies daily.
The Enid News & Eagle is a daily newspaper published in Enid, Oklahoma. It covers local news and stories from several counties in northwest Oklahoma. The paper circulates 19,181 copies daily and 20,204 copies on Sundays.
The Shawnee News-Star is a daily newspaper published in Shawnee, OK. The paper is the newspaper of record for Pottawatomie, Lincoln, and Seminole counties, in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. It is owned by Gatehouse Media and circulates 6,000 copies daily.