Oklahoma Newspaper Directory

2014 EDITION AVAILABLE!

Available in Excel and PDF format 

Price $50 + 8.375% Okla. Sales Tax

Built in Microsoft Excel, the Oklahoma Newspaper Directory allows you to customize the list for your specific needs, instantly look up contact information for hundreds of Oklahoma newspapers or print mailing labels.
Published by Oklahoma Press Service, Inc.

Includes:

  • Publication name, city, county, phone and fax numbers, address (street and PO Box), news email, website, days of publication, and names of key personnel
  • One year of updates emailed throughout the year.
  • One-time-only PDF-formatted version at no additional cost 

Download the PDF order form to fax or mail today.

Open Meetings, Open Records Book

18th EDITION AVAILABLE!


The 18th edition of the Open Meeting Open Records Act book is back in stock. To order, fill out the PDF form and return to Oklahoma Press by faxing to 405-499-0048.
CLICK HERE FOR PDF ORDER FORM

Published by Oklahoma Press Service, Inc.

Publication Includes:

  • Complete text of Open Meeting and Open Records acts, as amended, and "Newsman's Privilege" statute
  • Concise digest of all related court decisions and attorney general opinions
  • Foreword by Attorney General Drew Edmondson
  • Section dividers for easy reference
  • Thorough index and notes

The Oklahoma Open Meeting and Open Records Book is essential for anyone in government, journalism, law or public affairs – as well as an ideal resource for students

The Oklahoma Publisher

Keep up-to-date on the newspaper industry in Oklahoma, with The Oklahoma Publisher, the official monthly publication of the Oklahoma Press Association.

In addition to news and features about the men and women in the state's print journalism industry, The Publisher has entertaining and informative columns.

Annual Subscription: $12.00
Published by the Oklahoma Press Association

Download the PDF form to start your subscription today .

The Story of Oklahoma Newspapers

The fascinating story of Oklahoma's long and colorful journalistic history is told in words and pictures in The Story of Oklahoma Newspapers 1844 to 1984, by L. Edward Carter.

Meet the gun-toting editors and courageous reporters of the early days before statehood, and follow their story through to modern times.

Meticulously researched, thoroughly indexed, and packed with over 200 photos, this book makes a perfect gift for anyone interested in journalism or Western history.

Price: $25 plus sales tax
Published by Oklahoma Press Service, Inc., copyright 1984

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Contact Information

3601 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

(405) 499-0020
(888) 815-2672

Toll-Free in OK