Oklahoma Gazette

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Oklahoma Gazette
Type Alternative weekly
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Tierra Media Group
Publisher Bill Bleakley
Founded 1979
Headquarters 3701 North Shartel Avenue
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118  United States
Circulation 55,150[1]
Website okgazette.com

The Oklahoma Gazette is a free, weekly multi-award-winning independent alt-weekly paper distributed throughout the Oklahoma City and metro area via more than 800 rack locations and via its official website. It covers local and state-wide news dealing with city government, education, politics, sustainability, food, restaurants, theater, music and active lifestyles. A notable feature of the Oklahoma Gazette is its Chicken-Fried News, where interesting, weird and obscure news from around the state is highlighted.


  • President/Publisher, Bill Bleakley
  • Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Linda Meoli
  • Community Affairs Director, Marta Burcham
  • Editor-in-Chief, Jennifer Palmer Chancellor
  • Advertising Director, Christy Duane
  • Web and Marketing Manager, Kelsey Lowe
  • Production Director, Mandy Hendrickson
  • Art Director, Christopher Street
  • Chief Photographer, Mark Hancock


  1. ^ "Oklahoma Gazette". Association of Alternative Newsweeklies. Retrieved 2007-02-20. 

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