Oprah.com is a premier destination site for self-empowerment and self-improvement, providing people with the tools they need to live their best lives. It is also the home to everything Oprah—on air, online and in print.
Beginning with daily coverage of The Oprah Winfrey Show
, Oprah.com provides millions of Internet users with extensive expert advice, interactive workbooks, photos, video, inspirational stories, books and product information from the show. Users can purchase select DVDs and transcripts from the show, e-mail their own stories and ideas for show consideration, send in comments on recently aired programs or post remarks on different message boards. From a complete review of Oprah's Favorite Things to step-by-step guides on cooking, entertaining, home decorating, fitness and health, Oprah.com creates a huge library of resources for its community of users around the world. Video highlights from after the show can also be viewed exclusively on Oprah.com.
Oprah.com brings O, The Oprah Magazine
to life each month with exclusive content. Visitors can listen to Oprah's Cut, actual audio from Oprah's one-on-one interviews with celebrities and notable public figures. Articles from O, The Oprah Magazine
are extended to their best interactive potential, so readers can follow fashion, beauty and lifestyle advice, take multimedia quizzes, interact with experts, try new recipes and even contribute to the magazine. Magazine subscriptions are also offered online. Audio excerpts from interviews and programming guides for the Oprah Radio
channel on satellite radio (XM 111, Sirius 204) also are available on Oprah.com.
With approximately 2 million online members since June 2003, Oprah's Book Club
has quickly become the largest book club in the world. Enrollment is free and provides members with access to benefits such as specialized reading guides for each book selection and Q&A sessions with literary experts. Oprah's Book Club members can connect with other readers or create book clubs online with people from around the world.
In March 2008, Oprah.com launched the first international interactive webcast series in conjunction with the 61st Oprah's Book Club selection, A New Earth.
The groundbreaking live multimedia webinars, taught by Oprah and author Eckhart Tolle, have been downloaded or streamed more than 35 million times to date. For each chapter, Oprah.com users could capture their thoughts and new perspectives within their own personal online workbooks.
Oprah.com averages 71 million page views and 7.5 million unique visitors per month and receives an average of 20,000 e-mails each week.