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  • 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 her […]

  • 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 […]

  • Celebrate Sunshine Week, March 10-16
    par Lisa Sutliff le 07/03/2019 à 6:00

    Shine a light on the importance of open records and government transparency during Sunshine Week, March 10-16. Join news organizations across the country in informing readers about the importance of access to public information and what it means for you and your community. Free materials are […]

  • Journalism Hall of Fame announces its 2019 class
    par Lisa Sutliff le 26/02/2019 à 6:00

    Nine journalists and two longtime educators will be honored Thursday, April 25, as the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame launches its 50th year with a special First Amendment Day on the University of Central Oklahoma campus in Edmond. Master of ceremonies will be Mark Thomas, executive […]

  • Tulsa World column on importance of open records
    par Lisa Sutliff le 25/02/2019 à 6:00

    Mark your calendar - Sunshine Week is March 10-16. Earlier this month the Tulsa World went to court to protect its access to certain records in a local crime story. Managing Editor Susan Ellerbach writes, "My purpose in writing this column is not to talk about this very public case, but rather to […]

  • The Comanche Times has new owners & publisher
    par Lisa Sutliff le 22/02/2019 à 6:00

    Todd Brooks is the new publisher and editor of The Comanche Times. Brooks is a former editor of The Marlow Review. The Times was recently sold by Kelli Bolton to Marlow residents Keith and Anita Mansfield. Bolton chose to sell the paper following the death of her husband, Steve, in October. […]

  • February Publisher available to download
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 20/02/2019 à 6:00

    The February issue of The Oklahoma Publisher is in the mail. If you can't wait to get it, you can download it now. This month we look at two newspaper sales, two web redesigns and share photos from the Feb. 7 OPA Legislative Summit.>> To download the February issue, click here. […]

  • Legislative Summit pictures posted
    par Lisa Sutliff le 18/02/2019 à 6:00

    Visit OPA's Facebook page to view pictures from the Legislative Summit at the State Capitol on Feb. 7. […]

  • Contest Participants by Circulation Division
    par Lisa Sutliff le 18/02/2019 à 6:00

    Are you curious to know which newspapers you're competing against in OPA's Better Newspaper Contest? Here are the circulation divisions, which were pre-determined based on the total paid circulation shown on each newspaper's USPS Statement of Ownership published in October 2018.  » […]

  • Trail Miller Co. purchases The Thomas Tribune
    par Lisa Sutliff le 08/02/2019 à 6:00

    Trail Miller Co. LLC, owned by Paul Laubach, has added another weekly paper to its roster. The company purchased The Thomas Tribune from Harold and Donna Gleason on Feb. 1.The Tribune is a weekly newspaper that was first published in 1902. The Gleasons purchased it in 1973, and Harold was inducted […]

  • Dr. Terry Clark switches from pen to palette
    par Lisa Sutliff le 21/01/2019 à 6:00

    It's the end of an era. After 22 years Dr. Terry Clark has written his final edition of "Clark's Critique" for The Oklahoma Publisher.»»  Read the column, including his final "Head'em Up" awards, the best of 2018If you've enjoyed reading Terry's columns, send him a note letting him […]

  • OPA Phone, fax and email restored
    par Lisa Sutliff le 17/01/2019 à 6:00

    The office phone, fax, email and internet are back up and running. Thank you for your patience while we resolved this problem! […]

  • Local group to purchase three Seminole County papers
    par Lisa Sutliff le 15/01/2019 à 6:00

    The Seminole Economic Development Council has reached an agreement to purchase the assets of The Seminole Producer, Konawa Leader and Wewoka Times following the recent death of Publisher Stu Phillips.  »» Read mor […]

  • The Frontier is partnering with state papers
    par Lisa Sutliff le 15/01/2019 à 6:00

    The Frontier, an award-winning non-profit journalism organization in Oklahoma, is making its stories available to newspapers for publication. Email if you're interested.  » Read mor […]

  • Begin collecting your contest entries!
    par Lisa Sutliff le 10/01/2019 à 6:00

    It's time to enter the OPA Better Newspaper Contest so we can recognize your great work in 2018!Last year we introduced online entry and new categories to recognize both newspapers and individual staff members. All of that continues this year PLUS the Awards Committee added a separate Magazine […]

  • Make an Impact at Legislative Summit on February 7
    par Christine Frank le 07/01/2019 à 6:00

    Publishers and editors of legal newspapers are encouraged to join us at the State Capitol on Feb. 7 at the annual Legislative Summit. We need you to speak with your legislators about the many bills affecting newspapers and newspaper interests, and visiting at their Capitol offices really makes an […]

  • FREE registration to Online Media Campus webinars
    par Lisa Sutliff le 07/01/2019 à 6:00

    OPA members can now participate in Online Media Campus training webinars at NO COST! OPA is paying a subscription fee so all members can benefit with UNLIMITED ACCESS in 2019 to BOTH upcoming webinars and 130 archived webinars. These trainings improve your job skills without the need to travel and […]

  • Postal rate increases; no more updates to 3541 Excel spreadsheet
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 04/01/2019 à 6:00

    Postal rate increases go into effect on Jan. 27, 2019, with Periodicals seeing about a 2.5 percent increase. Postal software will support these new rate increases so if your publication uses one of them, it should all be updated. However, if you’ve been using the Excel spreadsheet for the […]

  • CNHI sold back to Retirement Systems of Alabama
    par Lisa Sutliff le 03/01/2019 à 1:00

    CNHI, LLC has been acquired by the Retirement Systems of Alabama, it was announced Wednesday. CNHI is made up of more than 100 local newspapers and websites in 22 states, including 68 dailies and more than 40 non-dailies. In Oklahoma, the company owns 10 dailies and six non-dailies. CNHI previously […]

  • Ray Dyer appointed as president of OPA
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 01/01/2019 à 6:00

    Ray Dyer, a third generation publisher of the El Reno Tribune, is the new president of the Oklahoma Press Association.Dyer was appointed by the OPA Board of Directors to serve from January 1, 2019, through June 30, 2019, and will then be nominated for membership consideration and election for his […]

  • Stu Phillips Death Notice
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 31/12/2018 à 3:00

    Stuart ‘Stu’ Phillips, longtime publisher of The Seminole Producer, Wewoka Times and Konawa Leader, died December 30, 2018. He was 55. No public memorial service will be held. Phillips was a third generation publisher and past president of OPA, following in the footsteps of his father, […]

  • Services scheduled for Ramona Brown
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 31/12/2018 à 6:00

    Ramona Correne (Renfro) Brown, former general manager of The Hominy News-Progress, died Dec. 25, 2018. She was 82.Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019, at Hominy Church of the Nazarene, 224 S. Wood Ave., Hominy. Arrangements are by Hunsaker-Wooten Funeral Home in […]

  • December Publisher available for download
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 20/12/2018 à 6:00

    The December issue of The Oklahoma Publisher is available for download. Read about a 90-year-old Christmas tradition being carried on by the Tulsa World, Terry Clark's "Chicken Dinner News," Wilma Newby's tips for ramping up a small computer and more.To download this month's issue, click her […]

  • Ed Choate to lead McAlester News-Capital as publisher
    par Lisa Sutliff le 20/12/2018 à 6:00

    Effective Jan. 1, Ed Choate will take on publisher and editor duties at the McAlester News-Capital. Since 2005 Choate has worked at the Muskogee Phoenix, starting as city editor and progressing to the executive editor position. Both papers are owned by CNHI. » Read mor […]

  • Kelly Dyer Fry named publisher of The Oklahoman
    par Christine Frank le 18/12/2018 à 6:00

    Kelly Dyer Fry has been named publisher of The Oklahoman effective today. Fry will also continue in her role as editor and vice president of news for The Oklahoman, which was purchased by GateHouse Media in October. » Read mor […]

  • Services for Stephen Engleman
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 17/12/2018 à 6:00

    Stephen 'Steve' Charles Engleman, part owner of The Clinton Daily News, passed away Thursday, December 13, 2018. He was 70. A memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 19, 2018, at McFarlin United Methodist Church, 419 S. University Blvd., Norman, OK 73069. Engleman was the son […]

  • 2019 OPA press cards now available
    par Lisa Sutliff le 10/12/2018 à 6:00

    This year is almost over so it's time to request your OPA press cards for 2019!  OPA offers two types of press cards that business member newspapers can order. Both are perfect for reporters, photographers and any other staff members or stringers at your newspaper.1) High quality, professional […]

  • Contest & awards entry period now open!
    par Lisa Sutliff le 03/12/2018 à 6:00

    It's time to be honored for your great work in the past year! The 2018 OPA Better Newspaper Contest is now open for entries!Last year we introduced online entry and new categories to recognize both newspapers and individual staff members. All of that continues this year plus the Awards Committee […]

  • Death notice for James R. Campbell
    par Lisa Sutliff le 27/11/2018 à 6:00

    James Campbell, longtime writer of OPA's The Capitol Spotlight and The Capitol Report, passed away last Saturday. A memorial service will be held Sunday, Dec. 9 at 1:30 p.m. at First Unitarian Church, 600 NW 13th Street, in Oklahoma City. James ‘Jim’ Ronald Campbell, a longtime Oklahoma […]

  • Apply by Jan. 11 to host a student intern this summer
    par Lisa Sutliff le 26/11/2018 à 6:00

    In the past 11 years more than 200 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 will increase to $10 per hour this year.Applications for the 2019 paid summer internship […]

  • Don Mecoy to fill OPA Board vacancy
    par Lisa Sutliff le 21/11/2018 à 3:00

    The managing editor at The Oklahoman has been appointed by the OPA Board of Directors to fill a vacancy on the OPA board. Don Mecoy was appointed to the position of director, which was left vacant when Alan Herzberger resigned his seat because he is no longer employed in the newspaper industry. […]

  • November Publisher available for download
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 21/11/2018 à 6:00

    The November issue of The Oklahoma Publisher is available for download. This month read about the new owners of The Ponca City News; a magazine contest for OPA business member newspapers; a new member of the OPA Board of Directors; and The Duncan Banner's partnership with its local humane […]

  • ONF Board elects new officers
    par Lisa Sutliff le 13/11/2018 à 6:00

    The Oklahoma Newspaper Foundation Board of Trustees elected new officers for 2018-19 during its meeting last week.President: Vicki Clark Gourley, OKC Friday. Vice President: Maria Laubach, Oologah Lake Leader. Treasurer Jeff Shultz, Garvin County News Star. Congratulations!Other trustees are: Dr. […]

  • Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame seeks nominations
    par Lisa Sutliff le 09/11/2018 à 6:00

    The Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame is seeking nominations of worthy journalists and journalism educators in print and broadcast. The deadline is Dec. 1. Honorees must either be Oklahoma natives or have worked in Oklahoma journalism for 10 years. » Nominate a journalist […]

  • Ponca City News sold to Kay Media Co.
    par Lisa Sutliff le 08/11/2018 à 6:00

    After 100 years in the Muchmore family, The Ponca City News has new ownership. Kay Media owners Scott Wesner and Scott Wood grew up in Cordell, Okla. and own several other papers, including The Elk City News. Josh Umholtz will serve as publisher. […]

  • Check out some election front pages on OPA's Facebook
    par Lisa Sutliff le 07/11/2018 à 6:00

    Our Facebook page features a few front pages from around the state after last night's mid-term election. More will be added later in the week as they're available. […]

  • Election Day Reminder
    par Lisa Sutliff le 01/11/2018 à 5:00

    As you prepare to cover early voting or Election Day on Nov. 6, here are some important items to keep in mind.1. The Oklahoma State Election Board recommends contacting your local county election board secretary ahead of the election with notification of your plans to visit the polling place on […]

  • Services for Steve Bolton
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 17/10/2018 à 4:35

    Steve Bolton, publisher of The Comanche Times, died Oct. 15, 2018. He was 59.A memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Monday, October 22nd, at the Comanche High School Gymnasium, 1030 Ash Ave., Comanche, Oklahoma. The family will be receiving friends on Sunday afternoon, October 21st, from […]

  • October Publisher available for download
    par Jennifer Gilliland le 17/10/2018 à 5:00

    The October issue of The Oklahoma Publisher is available for download by clicking the link below. This month's issue features the sale of The Oklahoman to GateHouse Media, the final seven articles from the Oklahoma Newspaper Foundation interns, and a plan on how to get rid of old software at your […]

  • Internship Applications now available
    par Lisa Sutliff le 16/10/2018 à 5:00

    In the past 10 years more than 200 college students have interned at Oklahoma newspapers with their salaries funded by the Oklahoma Newspaper Foundation, the non-profit affiliate of the OPA. Applications for the 2018 paid summer internship program are now available. The deadline for host […]

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