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The Oklahoman is the largest news organization in Oklahoma, dedicated to coverage of news, business, sports and entertainment that is pertinent to Oklahomans. It is an institution like no other in Oklahoma. It has published continuously since 1894, before Oklahoma was a state, and has been owned by the Gaylord family since 1903. Today, the news staff publishes its work across a variety of mediums -- including the print product, the largest in the state; and NewsOK.com, Oklahoma's largest and most successful news site.

The Kindle Edition of The Oklahoman contains articles found in the print edition, but will not include some images and tables. Also, some features such as the crossword puzzle, box scores and classifieds are not currently available. For your convenience, issues are automatically delivered wirelessly to your Kindle so you can read them each morning.


Product Details

  • Publisher: Oklahoma Publishing Company (November 11, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001M0N7UM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #236,847 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I've read the Oklahoman for a little while and have been shocked to find that most of the opinion appears on the Opinion page. I couldn't find much in the way of a slant (either right or left) in the news sections. No doubt the Oklahoman will never be considered a proper paper because of this.

The coverage of international and natiional news is pretty good, and I didn't see any problem with the local coverage. I also found the movie reviews useful; as far as I can see, the reviewer hates everything I like and I hate everything he likes. As long as he stays consistent, we can work together. The only thing I would like to have change is a little more coverage of military news like on their website.

As Mr. Donovan pointed out in his review, the design and layout works better than a lot of the other offerings. While I suspect Mr. Donovan and I would agree on few other things, he is a honest man.
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Newspaper is good, app is clunky. The newspaper has a conservative bias, if you are willing to read a conservative viewpoint then you will appreciate the reporting. The app the Oklahoman makes you download if you go that route is terrible on the Fire. Go with Amazon option of delivering it every day for you. Do not order through the Oklahoman. You have to select the download each morning, sometimes it logs you in first time and others not. If you accidentally reposition the page it will not let you select an article until you reload the page.
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I HAVE SUBSCRIBED TO THE HARD COPY VERSION OF THE "OKLAHOMAN" SINCE 1977. I LOOK FORWARD TO READING EVERY SECTION OF IT, EVEN MORE SO SINCE RETIRING IN 2011. RECENTLY MY CARRIER MISSED MY SUNDAY EDITION AND I READ THE SUNDAY EDITION ON LINE. WAS CONSIDERING DROPPING MY HARD COPY FOR THE ON LINE EDITION, BUT I AM TOO OLD, GOING ON 73, SO I ENJOY HOLDING THE PAPER IN MY HANDS PLUS I CLIP, DISTRIBUTE AND SAVE ARTICLES.
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First, I will let it be known that I abhor The Oklahoman's editorial policy. It is so far to the right as to be laughable. It is surely the broken template for the "right wing rag." HOWEVER.....

With the above stated as forcefully as I can, I have to commend The Oklahoman for putting together one of the finest Kindle newspaper presentations available. Like most people, I like to read the local paper for coverage of city and state news, local business, culture, entertainment, etc. and The Oklahoman pulls this off with aplomb. The design is very nice with easily navigable links. The closest thing for the Kindle in comparison, format wise, is the format used by The Nation magazine (ha...The Oklahoman will just LOVE that comparison). But it's all pulled off very well.

So, while the reactionary right holds court in the editorial boardroom of The Oklahoman and angers me everyday, I give them high marks for the design, simplicity-of-use and overall quality Kindle design. It hasn't escaped my attention that their website and multimedia offerings far exceed many much larger papers and they clearly "get it," when it comes to New Media. So, in a sense I am not surprised by this excellent Kindle product. It just angers me that I must rise to the defense of the Kindle edition of a newspaper that probably ranks at the bottom for its editorial and opinion page. But this time, credit where credit is due - kudos to The Oklahoman. Good job and five stars.
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I found this googling for a conservative kindle newspaper. Yeah, not many hits. I just wish this paper wasn't so far news wise from Michigan. I often order this one and the detroit free press to make sure I have at least one paper with some content in it worth reading.
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By DEWBERY on December 31, 2011
Most of the reviews listed are about the quality of the newspaper. I read the oklahoman regularly. I enjoy its content. However, the kindle edition is a disappointment. The classifeds and the funnies are not. available. I didn't pay for this so that content would be missing. it should include everything that is in the paper if it were in my hands. Will be unsuscribing.I would rather just buy the paper.
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First let me say I tried the Kindle version sometime early 2011 and as a few have said they did a great job on the design of the Kindle version. It navigates very well. Definitely recommend it if you want to read the Oklahoman electronically. Just wish they had the 'funnies'; main reason I tried then dropped it. If you don't like the Oklahoman then don't subscribe. It seems most of the reviews were either bashing or applauding the Oklahoman as a newspaper. It seems to me these reviews should be about the production of the product as viewed on the Kindle not personal biases for or against the Oklahoman paper itself. If you don't like the paper don't subscribe to it in the first place.
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I enjoy getting The Oklahoman on my tablet. Using the Kindle for Android device has been somewhat of a challenge at times, but that may lie with my tablet. Otherwise, it is very convenient and inexpensive compared to purchasing a daily and Sunday paper.
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