On September 17, 1996, Oprah announced the start of Oprah's Book Club, a reading club featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show. She chose works of fiction regularly and invited the author and selected viewers to join her for an intimate follow-up discussion. In April 2002, Oprah put the Book Club on hold until June 2003, when she relaunched it with John Steinbeck's East of Eden, which became the 47th selection to skyrocket to the top of best-seller lists. More facts about Oprah's Book Club

On a 1997 episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show, Oprah invited viewers to join her in using their lives to improve the lives of others. What began as a campaign to encourage viewers to collect spare change for 150 scholarships given through The Boys & Girls Clubs of America and to volunteer time to build 200 homes with Habitat for Humanity evolved into the charity known today as Oprah's Angel Network. More facts about the Angel Network

Oprah.com is the premier online destination for women offering the inspiration, support and tools they need to live their best lives. From daily e-mails and in-depth show summaries to original programs and access to your favorite experts from Oprah's shows and magazines, Oprah.com provides millions of Internet users with interactive workbooks, photos, videos, true stories, books and information you can't get anywhere else. More facts about Oprah.com   

Formerly Oprah & Friends, Oprah Radio is the 24/7 exclusive Sirius XM Radio channel that brings millions of listeners the most live, relevant and relatable talk radio. More facts about Oprah Radio 

The Oprah Winfrey Show is broadcast in 145 countries across the globe. See the global distribution list