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The Oklahoman launches website

The Oklahoman has a new website, launching as a premium site for its current and future subscribers.
by Alan Herzberger Published: March 18, 2012

“NewsOK is a fast-paced site that's always changing and updating,” Fry said.

“That meets the needs of a large digital audience. But The Oklahoman's site is a quieter reading experience with fewer moving parts. It's consistent with the experience a reader of The Oklahoman would expect,” she said.

Current subscribers to The Oklahoman have free access to Print subscriptions start at $12 per month.

Nonsubscribers may purchase access to the site as part of a complete digital suite for $15 per month or as a single-product purchase for $9.99 per month.

Reen said, “We are proud to offer yet another avenue to get The Oklahoman's daily product in front of those who want it and need it.”

by Alan Herzberger
Digital Managing Editor
Alan Herzberger is the Digital Managing Editor for and The Oklahoman. He focuses on content within OPUBCO Communications Group’s variety of digital products. He’s been with The Oklahoman since 1997, when he joined the sports...
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What's on the site?

Features on include:

• Additional photos and video with articles

• Access to seven days of editions

• Access to search The Oklahoman's digital archives

• Live edition with breaking news

• Daily comics

• Facebook commenting

• Facebook Connect: logging in through Facebook account

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Other products

The Oklahoman's other products that are free to print subscribers include:

• The iPhone app

• The iPad custom app

• The iPad Print Replica app

• The desktop Print Replica app

• The Android smartphone/tablet app

• The Oklahoman Archives, dating back to 1901

How can you log in?

Logging in to Oklahoman. com:

• Print subscribers: On the login screen, select the option labeled “I am a Print Subscriber and would like to activate my Free Access” and complete the information to validate your print subscription.

• Nonsubscribers: Purchase access by selecting the option labeled, “I would like to purchase Access” and select the product plan that best fits you.


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