Tulsa Press Club
It was in 1906 that a group of “newspaper” men formed an organization with the purpose, “To make the path of newspaper men more beautiful and have a little fun on the side.” William Stryker, editor-publisher of the Tulsa Democrat, forerunner of The Tulsa Tribune, was president. It was before statehood, before taxes, before women’s suffrage, before TV and radio.
The Collegian Online
Official student newspaper of the University of Tulsa.
Area rags from the Greater Tulsa Reporter cover news in area communities.
Native American Times
Native American Times is America’s largest, independently-owned Native newspaper, celebrating 10 years of excellence as a reliable news source by entities such as Amnesty International, Interior Department public relations offices.
Tulsa Today serves the community with original material by local independent writers as common ground for diverse views on issues of public concern.
Tulsa’s daily newspaper, features local and national news, vital statistics, obituaries, sports, events, entertainment, lifestyles, classified advertising, weather, business, archives and more.
Tulsa People Magazine
Tulsa’s City magazine which delivers Tulsa’s premier audience of well-educated, higher-income Tulsans. 30,000 copies are distributed throughout Tulsa each month.
TulsaKids is an award-winning monthly magazine focusing on the issues, concerns and needs of parents of children from prenatal through adolescence. The magazine is locally owned.
Oklahoma Magazine is a general interest newsprint publication which has grown to average 140 pages and to become the largest circulated monthly magazine with the highest readership in Oklahoma.
University of Tulsa Magazine (PDF format)
It’s all about TU and the Community.
Oklahoma Today Magazine
Oklahoma Today is the official magazine of the state of Oklahoma. The magazine explores the people, places, history, and culture of Oklahoma in a way designed to inform and educate the public.
North Tulsa Magazine
North Tulsa Magazine is a guided tour of fascinating Tulsa landmarks, a uniquely American journey through enduring Oklahoma history, a celebration of the people who live, work and dream in North Tulsa.
Tulsa arm of the OU Foundation. Local news about OU’s presence in the Tulsa area.
KJRH Channel 2
Local NBC affiliate on Brookside.
KOED Channel 11
Oklahoma Educational Television Authority station providing Tulsa’s public access and PBS programming.
KOKI Channel 23
Fox Television affiliate in Tulsa.
KOTV Channel 6
Tulsa’s CBS affiliate.
KBEZ FM 92.9
Adult contemporary radio.
KHITS FM 106.9
Tulsa’s Best Music from K-Hits.
KMOD FM 97.5
Classic rock radio.
KMYZ FM 104.5
Alternative music from The Edge.
KRMG AM 740
Variety of sports, talk and music.
KRSC FM 91.3
Rogers State College radio in Claremore. \
KVOO FM 98.5
Country music from “The Ranch”
KWGS FM 89.5
Tulsa University public radio station, NPR affiliate.
KXOJ FM 100.9
Contemporary christian music radio.
Google News on Tulsa
Tulsa headlines from Google News.
Native American Times
Magazine covering area issues related to Native Americans.
Magazine offering statewide news, events and more.