The Oklahoman Revenue and Competitors

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • The Oklahoman's estimated annual revenue is currently $55.6M per year.(i)
  • The Oklahoman's estimated revenue per employee is $267,300

Employee Data

  • The Oklahoman has 208 Employees.(i)
  • The Oklahoman grew their employee count by -8% last year.
Competitor NameRevenueNumber of EmployeesEmployee GrowthTotal FundingValuation
#1
$5.8M30-14%N/AN/A
#2
$131.5M433-6%N/AN/A
#3
$55.6M208-8%N/AN/A
#4
$91.7M3027%N/AN/A

The Oklahoma Publishing Company engages in publishing and multi-media businesses. It engages in producing The Oklahoman, a daily newspaper with local, state, national and international coverage; and NewsOK.com, a news Website. The company also provides The Oklahoman DIRECT that provides direct mail services for execution of customized campaigns; LOOKatOKC, a magazine packed with music, movies, arts, and entertainment coverage, as well as with events calendar; and CarsOK, the automotive section of NewsOK that provides listings for buyers and sellers. In addition, it offers JobsOK.com, a job listing Website; HomesOK that provides information on real estate listings, as well as lists undevelope...

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208

Number of Employees

$55.6M

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-8%

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The Oklahoman News

2021-09-02 - Microsoft : In Oklahoma, a ‘mad rush' for vaccines soon faded. How more residents are once again booking shots

Vaccinations are climbing in Oklahoma, offering a promising shift in the fight to curb COVID-19 after months when the Sooner State's immunization rate lagged near the bottom nationally. While health officials in that state and across the U.S. are still working to achieve vaccination goals, exper ...

2021-09-10 - “9/11 changed everything forever”: Colorado Muslims reflect on 20 years of bias

A couple of days after Sept. 11, 2001, a man walked into the Wiggins convenience store owned by Muaatasem Ibrahim and started making disparaging comments about Islam and Muslims. The gas station just outside of Fort Morgan sold knives and fantasy swords, and the man told Ibrahim he wanted to bu ...

2021-10-13 - Public Backlash Leads Tulsa Park To Stop Bullying Coffee Shop Over Trademark

A good public outcry and backlash can lead to many, many good things. We see it here at Techdirt all the time, particularly when it comes to aggressive bullying episodes over intellectual property. Some person or company will try to play IP bully against some victim, the public gets wind of it a ...

Company NameRevenueNumber of EmployeesEmployee GrowthTotal Funding
#1
$66.4M2086%N/A
#2
$32.7M2101%$3.3M
#3
$57.1M2122%N/A
#4
N/A215N/AN/A
#5
N/A2173%N/A