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Tulsa Voice

The Tulsa Voice is Tulsa's independent alternative newspaper, published by Langdon Publishing Company. Since its founding two years ago, the Voice has become an indispensable source for news, entertainment and commentary, offering hyperlocal coverage of all that's happening in our flourishing city. In its pages you'll find a roadmap to the best food, drink, art, music and culture in Tulsa, along with enlightening, irreverent commentary and reporting on the political and social issues of the day.

The Tulsa Voice is published on the first and third Wednesday of each month, with a free, controlled circulation of 25,000, distributed at popular restaurants, pubs, retail stores, hotels and malls. It is printed on high-quality paper stock in a tabloid, stitched-and-trimmed format.

Langdon Publishing Company is the award-winning publisher of TulsaPeople Magazine, Intermission, the official magazine of the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, and the annual Tulsa Hotel Guest Guide. In 2016, Langdon celebrates its 30th year in Publishing.

Publication Day: Every other Wednesday
Base Circulation: 25,000
Audited Circulation: 28,615
Single-issue Readership: 70,000

Audit/Readership Sources:
PRINT: Circulation Verification Council (March 31,2015)