Newsweek has announced that its Oklahoma newspaper, the Oklahoman, has closed its doors, with the newspaper’s publisher and owner, the Oklahoma News Corporation.
The news was first reported by Business Insider and confirmed by The Oklahomans.
Newsweek, which has been publishing the Okla.com website since October 2017, was founded in 1891.
The Oklahoma newspaper is part of the Tulsa Post Company, which owns the Tulsa World, The Okla., the Oklahoma State Herald, the Tulsa American and other publications.
NewsWeek has been a newspaper since 1924, when its parent, The Tulsa World and Oklahoma City World, merged with the Oklahoma City Post Company.
The NewsWeek offices were located at the University of Oklahoma.
The NewsWeek name is derived from the word “newspaper,” and the company’s website features images of newspaper titles from around the world.
The name is a reference to the “news” section of the newspaper, which is where news stories are published.