The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK

July 1, 2005

About The Enid News & Eagle

— The Enid News & Eagle is the dominant news and marketing source for Enid and the surrounding trade territory in northwest Oklahoma. A seven-day, morning newspaper, the News & Eagle serves more than 40,000 readers daily with its print edition and companion E-edition. Another 12,000-plus unique daily visitors access


News & Eagle information and community-building activities also include:

• Vance Airscoop weekly newspaper and

Eagle Marketing, a full-service marketing agency

Etown magazine

Ekids magazine

Smokin’ Red Dirt Barbecue, a KCBS-sanctioned barbecue competition and community event

Enid Real Estate Guide

Enid Newcomers and Visitors Guide

Vance Relocation Guide

Candy Cane Cash

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Northwest Oklahoma Health Care Directory

and other specialty publications and events.


Founded nearly 120 years ago, the News & Eagle is as old as the Cherokee Strip Land Run and as new as today’s breaking news/weather text alerts and Twitter messages. Same-morning delivery of the printed newspaper is provided in 36 communities in Garfield, Major, Alfalfa, Woods, Grant, Kingfisher, Logan, Noble, Blaine and Woodward counties.


Production facilities at the News & Eagle offices, 227 W. Broadway Ave., print four daily newspapers, two weekly newspapers and numerous other publications and commercial printing projects. An eight-person graphics team designs print and digital advertising, web sites and pages for local and area publications and customer marketing needs. In all, more than 100 employees and about 90 independent contractors are involved in producing what you see.


Contact us at (580) 233-6600, (800) 299-6397(NEWS) or