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 43,000[1]
Website okgazette.com

The Oklahoma Gazette is a free, weekly fiercely 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 statewide 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.[citation needed]

Staff[edit]

  • President/Publisher, Bill Bleakley
  • Associate Publisher, James Bengfort
  • Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Linda Meoli
  • Interim Editor-in-Chief, George Lang
  • Marketing Manager, Kelsey Lowe
  • Production Coordinator, Arden Biard
  • Creative Director, Christopher Street
  • Photographer, Garett Fishbeck

References[edit]

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

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