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    I subscribe to three newspapers online, but I get only one of them delivered daily in hard copy.
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    I don't know the circulation numbers but when I lived in OKC 1965-67, The Oklahoman had a substantial morning and evening newspaper... I don't know when I had time to read both. Evening paper had discontinued when I returned in 1972-73. I believe the metropolitan population has doubled since 1965 but the morning paper is now pretty skinny except Sunday....
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    #13
    Pittsburgh (which has a metropolitan area population nearly 1,000,000 greater than that of OKC), has only one daily newspaper left, and it's no longer a daily--it publishes only 5 days a week.
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    The Oklahoman is owned by the Gaylord family, one of the quietly wealthy families in the US, who own or owned Opry Land, The Broadmoor, a whole passel of TV and radio stations, a chunk of the Thunder and who knows what else... maybe the newspaper is just a hobby.
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