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  • Services for Joe McBride, Jr.
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 26/02/2020 à 6:00

    Services for Joe W. McBride Jr., publisher emeritus of The Anadarko News, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 29, at the First United Methodist Church in Anadarko. McBride died Feb. 25, 2020, at his home. He was 90. He was born Nov. 12, 1929, in Oklahoma City. In 1937, the family moved to […]

  • Woody Guthrie NIE Feature Available
    par Lisa Sutliff le 21/02/2020 à 6:00

    February is the 80th anniversary of Woody Guthrie writing "This Land is Your Land." Former newspaper publishers John and Faith Wylie are happy to provide this week's Newspapers-in-Education feature of "For the Kid in You" to Oklahoma newspapers at no charge to celebrate Guthrie's important […]

  • February 2020 issue of Oklahoma Publisher available
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 19/02/2020 à 6:00

    The February issue of The Oklahoma Publisher was mailed yesterday. If you can't wait to read it, it's now available online. This month features the announcement of Oklahoma as one of the five sites of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press's Local Legal Initiative. The Oklahoma Journalism […]

  • Reid sells Cushing Citizen to Meisner
    par Lisa Sutliff le 11/02/2020 à 6:00

    David Reid has sold the Cushing Citizen to the paper's editor, J.D. Meisner. Meisner has been in the newspaper business since 1991 and in Oklahoma since 2006. He previously worked at the Tulsa Business Journal, Lincoln County News and Bristow News. This sale writes the end of Reid’s story of […]

  • Did we receive your contest entries?
    par Lisa Sutliff le 03/02/2020 à 12:00

    » CHECK THIS LIST to confirm your mailed issues arrived at the OPA office.  The list is updated daily. Entries should be postmarked by Monday, Feb. 3.

  • Induction gala, book, documentary to highlight Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame’s 50th anniversary
    par Lisa Sutliff le 03/02/2020 à 6:00

    Ten journalists, two Lifetime Achievement Award winners, and 10 posthumous inductees will be honored during the special 50th anniversary gala and banquet of the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame. The gala will be at Friday, April 24, at the Oklahoma History Center.The hall of fame inductees […]

  • State news orgs to receive legal support
    par Lisa Sutliff le 21/01/2020 à 6:00

    Oklahoma has been selected by the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press to receive pro bono legal support to assist local news organizations in pursuing public records and access to public meetings and in defending against legal actions.The Reporters Committee announced Tuesday that it had […]

  • January issue of The Oklahoma Publisher in the mail
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 20/01/2020 à 6:00

    The January issue of The Oklahoma Publisher will be put in the mail today. This issue focuses on the February 3 deadline for the OPA Better Newspaper Contest and other award nominations. OPA President Ray Dyer offers a guest column that you can use in your own newspaper written by his sister, Erin […]

  • Inspired Media acquires Garvin County News Star
    par Lisa Sutliff le 08/01/2020 à 6:00

    Jeff and Nanette Shultz, former owners of the Garvin County News Star, are pleased to announce the sale of the News Star to Inspired Media, LLC.Pauls Valley residents, Chris and Suzanne Mackey, own the media company, which took over operations of the News Star on January 2, 2020.Jeff Shultz will […]

  • 2020 Press Cards Now Available
    par Lisa Sutliff le 06/01/2020 à 6:00

    This year is almost over so it's time to request your OPA press cards for 2020!OPA offers two types of press cards for business member newspapers. Both are perfect for reporters, photographers and any other staff members or stringers at your newspaper.1) High quality, professional photo ID Press […]

  • December Publisher available to download
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 23/12/2019 à 6:00

    Merry Christmas to all!Download the December issue here.

  • Contest & awards entry period now open!
    par Lisa Sutliff le 26/11/2019 à 6:00

    It's time to be honored for your great work in the past year! The 2019 OPA Better Newspaper Contest is now open for entries! It's easy to upload your entries online for contest categories that recognize both your newspaper as well as you and your staff. Consider also submitting entries or […]

  • Apply by Jan. 10 to host a student intern this summer
    par Lisa Sutliff le 25/11/2019 à 6:00

    In the past 12 years more than 220 college students have interned at Oklahoma newspapers with their salaries funded by the Oklahoma Newspaper Foundation, the non-profit affiliate of the OPA. Interns' pay is $10 per hour.Applications for the 2020 paid summer internship program are now available. The […]

  • November Publisher available for download
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 20/11/2019 à 6:00

    The November issue of The Oklahoma Publisher is available to download. This month's issue features four new publishers/general managers at CNHI newspapers, a new general manager at the Ponca City News, new owners at Guthrie News Leader and Mangum Star-News, plus much more!   » Download […]

  • Ponca City News has new general manager
    par Lisa Sutliff le 29/10/2019 à 5:00

    Kurt Oswald has been named general manager of The Ponca City News. Before arriving in Ponca City, Oswald served as the publisher/general manager of two newspapers in Louisiana, the director of advertising for a paper near Wichita, Kansas, director of operations and marketing for a family-owned ACE […]

  • The Oklahoma Publisher is in the mail
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 18/10/2019 à 5:00

    The October issue of The Oklahoma Publisher will go out for mailing today. If you can't wait, download it here! This month's issue includes the great turnout in Enid for the first of six open meeting/records seminars; FOI Oklahoma award winners; the last stories for this year by ONF interns; and a […]

  • New Publisher at Stillwater News Press
    par Lisa Sutliff le 17/10/2019 à 5:00

    Jill Hunt, longtime advertising director of the Stillwater News Press, has been appointed publisher of the newspaper. She has served as the paper’s top advertising executive since 1998. Hunt has 30 years of experience in the newspaper industry, previously working at The Duncan Banner and […]

  • Services set for Anadarko's Paula McBride Savage
    par Lisa Sutliff le 14/10/2019 à 5:00

    Paula LeMarr McBride Savage, assistant editor of The Anadarko Daily News, died Oct. 12. She was 61. A farewell gathering for Paula will begin at 3:30 p.m. Oct. 19 at the offices of The Anadarko Daily News, 117 E. Broadway in downtown Anadarko, after the OU-West Virginia football game. All OU fans […]

  • Services set for Kenneth Wood
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 10/10/2019 à 5:00

    Kenneth Ronald Wood, former publisher of The Maysville News and Stratford Star, died Oct. 9, 2019. He was 77. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, October 12, at the First Baptist Church of Maysville, 300 Ripley St, Maysville, OK. Wood was born July 21, 1942, in Pauls Valley. He […]

  • Former editor returns to Muskogee as publisher
    par Lisa Sutliff le 08/10/2019 à 5:00

    Ed Choate was appointed publisher of the Muskogee Phoenix this week. In a way, he's returning "home" as he worked at the Phoenix from 2005 to 2018. He left the Phoenix last year to become publisher-editor of the McAlester News-Capital.» Read the story

  • Funeral services scheduled for Jim Mayo
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 05/10/2019 à 5:00

    James “Jim” Watie Mayo, retired publisher of the Sequoyah County Times and a past president of the Oklahoma Press Association, died Thursday, October 3, 2019. He was 77. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, October 11, 2019, at the First Presbyterian Church at 120 S. Oak […]

  • Download the September Publisher
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 23/09/2019 à 5:00

    The September 2019 issue of The Oklahoma Publisher is available for download. This month, read about the return of the Clinton High School newspaper – because the students wanted a print product. Six more of the ONF interns share their experiences of working at OPA member newspapers. We'll […]

  • Brett Wesner buys three papers; Blansett to manage
    par Lisa Sutliff le 20/09/2019 à 5:00

    Wesner Publications Co. purchased the Lincoln County News from Steve and Dawn Mathis last month. The Mathises operated the Chandler paper for 30 years. This week Brian Blansett announced he is selling Tri-County Herald and Stroud American to Wesner. However, Blansett will stay on to serve as editor […]

  • Statements of Ownership must be filed & published soon
    par Lisa Sutliff le 19/09/2019 à 5:00

    Publishers & circulation managers: Remember to file your annual Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation (Form 3526) with the U.S. Postal Service by October 1. The form also must be published in your newspaper. Dailies must publish by October 10; non-dailies by October 31. The form […]

  • Celebrate National Newspaper Week Oct. 6-12
    par Lisa Sutliff le 19/09/2019 à 5:00

    Join newspapers across the country in celebrating National Newspaper Week! Please consider devoting as many column inches as possible to reinforce the importance of the Newspaper to your community. Download columns, editorial cartoons and ads at  MAKE IT LOCAL […]

  • Open Meeting & Records Seminars to be held this fall
    par Lisa Sutliff le 18/09/2019 à 5:00

    Attorney General Mike Hunter's office will host six regional seminars on the state's Open Meeting and Open Records Acts this fall. The seminars are open to the public and held in partnership with the Oklahoma Press Association and Freedom of Information Oklahoma. They are designed to answer […]

  • Can you support the Bill of Rights Plaza project?
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 17/09/2019 à 5:00

    DOWNLOAD ADS AND COLUMN BY CLICKING ON THIS LINK: message from Mark Thomas,  Executive Vice President,  Oklahoma Press AssociationOn the east side of the State Capitol there’s a plaza that is notable for its […]

  • Reach out to young readers on Constitution Day
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 06/09/2019 à 5:00

    Constitution and Citizenship Day will be recognized in most schools on Tuesday, Sept. 17 . Schools that receive federal funding are required to teach about the U.S. Constitution on that day.Your newspaper can assist your local schools by publishing this quarter-page feature about the […]

  • Download the August Publisher
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 26/08/2019 à 5:00

    The August 2019 issue of The Oklahoma Publisher is available for download. Read about the first place winners in the Sales Promotion Category of the 2018 OPA Better Newspaper Contest, check out OPA President Ray Dyer's column about sharing articles on the OPA Content Exchange and read about new […]

  • Reminder flyers to post in your office
    par Lisa Sutliff le 07/08/2019 à 5:00

    New flyers are available as a handy reference on: (a) how to read the OPS insertion order, (b) to start thinking about what to enter in the annual OPA Better Newspaper Contest, and (c) details to enter the monthly OPA/OGE Photo Contest and the OPA/ONG Column and Editorial Contest.» Print the […]

  • July Publisher available to download
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 25/07/2019 à 5:00

    Group tours of the Stigler News-Sentinel include teaching the importance of the newspaper. Read all about it in the July issue of The Oklahoma Publisher. Also, Brad and Dayva Spitzer, longtime owners of The Beckham County Record (previously The Sayre Record & Beckham County Democrat), sell […]

  • Stringer returns to lead The Lawton Constitution
    par Lisa Sutliff le 11/07/2019 à 5:00

    OPA Past President David Stringer has been named publisher of The Lawton Constitution. The announcement was made Wednesday by Dolph Tillotson, president of Southern Newspapers, Inc., the parent company for the third largest newspaper in the state. Stringer was publisher of The Norman Transcript for […]

  • Judges needed for annual contest judging
    par Lisa Sutliff le 10/07/2019 à 5:00

    Experienced Oklahoma newspaper folks are needed to judge the New Mexico Press Association's Better Newspaper Contest. This is a great opportunity to gather new ideas for your paper. We encourage all contest participants - as well as those that want to contribute and find new ideas - to sign up as […]

  • Sign up for an OPA Committee!
    par Christine Frank le 02/07/2019 à 5:00

    President Ray Dyer asks you to help lead the organization by serving on a committee this year. The committee year begins July 1. Many important decisions are made by association committees, from the annual convention to the Better Newspaper Contest to legislative issues and promotional efforts for […]

  • OPA officers and directors take office July 1
    par Lisa Sutliff le 01/07/2019 à 5:00

    Ray Dyer begins his new term as president of the Oklahoma Press Association on July 1. Dyer was elected to the position on June 7 during the annual business meeting at the OPA Convention. Dyer is a third-generation publisher/editor of the El Reno Tribune. Other officers beginning new terms on July […]

  • Spitzers sell Sayre paper after 32 years at the helm
    par Lisa Sutliff le 30/06/2019 à 5:00

    After 32 years of publishing The Beckham County Record, previously known as The Sayre Record and Beckham County Democrat, Brad and Dayva Spitzer have sold their newspaper to Kay County Media, effective July 1st. Kay County Media is owned by Cordell natives Scott Wesner and Scott Wood, who also […]

  • Publisher of Taloga Times-Advocate dies
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 23/06/2019 à 5:00

    Irvin Lee Miller, publisher of the Taloga Times-Advocate, died June 20, 2019. He was 69. Graveside services were held on June 22 in Taloga. Miller was born May 23, 1950, in Taloga. He received a Bachelor’s degree in music education at Southwestern Oklahoma State University. He served as band […]

  • June Publisher available for download
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 21/06/2019 à 5:00

    The June issue of The Oklahoma Publisher is later than usual this month. Some of that is due to its size - 24 pages full of convention content - and some is due to press problems. It should be put in the mail today. Meanwhile, if you want to read about the convention, which includes all contest […]

  • Marlow Review welcomes new publisher
    par Lisa Sutliff le 14/06/2019 à 5:00

    The Marlow Review welcomed Candace Hammond to the Publisher’s desk this month. Former publisher Judy Keller said, "Candace is already a vibrant part of this community and is eager to use her talents to serve the city of Marlow." The past few weeks have been busy for Keller and Hammond, who […]

  • Convention Photos available on Facebook
    par Lisa Sutliff le 10/06/2019 à 5:00

    Visit OPA's Facebook to view photos from the 2019 Annual Convention!

  • Congratulations to all Award Recipients!
    par Lisa Sutliff le 08/06/2019 à 5:00

    The Oklahoma Press Association presented its Better Newspaper Contest Awards during the OPA Annual Convention, June 7-8, at the Grand Casino Hotel & Resort in Shawnee.Also announced during the two-day convention were the recipients of the OPA H. Milt Phillips Award and the Oklahoma Newspaper […]

  • Read the May issue of The Oklahoma Publisher today!
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 17/05/2019 à 5:00

    The May issue of The Oklahoma Publisher is in the mail but you can read it now. This month, find out how you can sign up for the Gaylord News service at the OPA Convention. Plus five great reasons to attend the June 7-8 Convention at the Grand Casino Hotel and Resort in Shawnee. >> To […]

  • Upcoming OMC Webinars on reporting & classifieds
    par Lisa Sutliff le 13/05/2019 à 5:00

    OPA Members can register for Online Media Campus webinars at NO COST!!  Below are two upcoming webinars you may want to check out. Plus, more than 100 previous webinars are archived and you can acquire free access to those as well. To learn how to register for free, email […]

  • Last day to order your Real Newspapers Real News T-shirt is FRIDAY, MAY 17
    par Christine Frank le 07/05/2019 à 5:00

    Last day to order your Real Newspapers Real News T-shirt is FRIDAY, MAY 17. You may choose to pick them up at convention or have them shipped for a fee. Click the following link to place your order online here

  • Pearson named general manager at Bartlesville, Pawhuska
    par Lisa Sutliff le 01/05/2019 à 5:00

    Mathew Pearson has been named general manager of the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise. He will oversee operations at the Examiner-Enterprise, Pawhuska Journal-Capital and Bartlesville Magazine. Pearson has worked in the media/newspaper industry in various capacities for more than 30 years, […]

  • Registration for 2019 Annual Convention Now Open!
    par Christine Frank le 26/04/2019 à 5:20

    OPA’s Annual Convention is June 7-8 at the Grand Casino Hotel & Resort in Shawnee! This important event features great educational sessions and networking opportunities, plus the winners of the Better Newspaper Contest will be announced June 8 during the awards banquet. Program and […]

  • April Publisher available for download
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 18/04/2019 à 5:00

    Want to know about the OPA Convention? Download the April issue of The Oklahoma Publisher for details on speakers and events. Plus a list of where OPA member newspapers print and a look at the new USB, which is twice as fast as the previous model.>> To download the April issue, click here.

  • Download the March issue of The Oklahoma Publisher
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 20/03/2019 à 5:00

    You can download the March issue of The Oklahoma Publisher by clicking on the link below. This month features the nine journalists who will be inducted into the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame in April, the OPA Nominating Committee's recommendation for officers and directors for 2019-2020, and a […]

  • Save the date for the OPA Convention!
    par Christine Frank le 18/03/2019 à 9:00

    Mark your calendar for the 2019 OPA Convention on June 7-8 at the Grand Casino Hotel and Resort in Shawnee. This is a big opportunity to network with your newspaper peers and make new connections. The keynote speaker will be Mike Boettcher, a veteran network news correspondent who has been […]

  • Lynn Martin Death Notice
    par Lisa Sutliff le 13/03/2019 à 5:00

    Lynn Luther Martin, publisher of the Alva Review-Courier, died March 12, 2019. He was 77. A memorial service is scheduled at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 16, at the Alva High School auditorium, 501 14th Street, Alva, OK 73717. Martin was born Sept. 11, 1941, in Springfield, Mo. In 1947, he moved with […]

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