Utah – Cities

Utah is the 13th largest, and the 10th least densely populated of all of the states in the U.S. Leaving many areas of the state uninhabited, roughly 80% of its people live along the Wasatch Front, centering on Salt Lake City.

Utah TV references

Orem, Utah was the former home to Osmond Studios, which is where The Osmond Family Show, as well as the Donny & Marie TV series were primarily filmed.

D.B. Cooper, the character from Prison Break buried his money under a silo in the desert in Utah, somewhere close to Tooele. Utah is the desired destination for the escapees in much of the second season, with a desire to find the money.

Everwood, a TV series that initially aired on The WB in the U.S. was filmed in Ogden, South Salt Lake, Draper, and Park City in Utah. The pilots however were filmed partially in Canada.

In Salt Lake City, Utah’s capital, was where the show Touched by an Angel was based, and also where the CBS series Promised Land was recorded.

Pay TV in Utah

Satellite and cable pay TV providers that serve Utah’s major market Salt Lake City, and some of the surrounding area, include Comcast, DISH, DIRECTV, 4DTV, AFN Satellite, C-Band, FAVE, Globecast World TV, MyGlobeTV, and Sky Angel Faith TV.

List of television stations in Utah

Independent broadcast networks, plus the major networks PBS, MNT, CBS, ABC, NBC, ETV, FOX, ION, CW, TF, and UNI serve the major networks in Utah. Areas served are Cedar City, Logan, Richfield, St. George, and Utah’s capital Salt Lake City.

The TF network is “TeleFutura,” which was its name upon orginally launching on January 14, 2002. It is an American Spanish-language network and is owned by Univision Communications. Over 10 years after its inception, a week before its 11th anniversary, Univision rebranded the network to UniMas. This broadcast network serves Logan, Utah which has 13.9% of its population made up of Hispanic and Latino residents.

Other TV in Utah

University Television Services (UTV) is the cable TV provider for the University of Utah campus. The University provided the programming with a hybrid video distribution system that uses fiber optic and coaxial cables. The network at the University has been recently upgraded to include 24 new local HD/SD digital channels.

Students at the University of Utah may submit content to the 24-hour “student produced” online TV network: Open Student Television Network (OSTN), available at OSTN.tv.

UTV Ch. 6 presents information about programs, campus activities, services, and events related to the University, 24 hours a day.

DTV Channel Lists are available for the following cities in Utah.

Salt Lake City, UT
North Davis, UT
West Valley City, UT
Provo, UT
South Davis, UT
Sandy, UT
Orem, UT
Ogden, UT
West Jordan, UT
St. George, UT