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Utah Digital Media
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INDUSTRY PROFILE
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Utah Digital Media Industry Profile
DIGITAL MEDIA INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
“Almost every influential person in the modern computer graphics community either passed through the
University of Utah or came into contact with it in some way.”
Robert Rivlin, The Algorithmic Image: Graphics Vision of the Computer Age
Utah boasts a pioneering history in animation, digital media, and information technology. A few highlights include:
 The founders of Atari, Adobe Systems, Silicon Graphics and Pixar were educated at the University of Utah.
 Ivan Sutherland, the creator of computer graphics and founder of the GUI Interface, was a University of Utah
Professor. He later co-founded Evans & Sutherland.
 WordPerfect, Novell and Iomega were all founded and headquartered in Utah.
More on Utah’s technology history is available at http://www.siliconslopes.com/.
There’s no question that the future for technology companies in Utah is as bright as it’s past. In fact, Inc. Magazine notes
“Utah has become the epicenter of the ‘Inc. 500 Fastest-Growing Private Companies’ in recent years.” Utah is home to
thousands of skilled graphic designers and engineers in more than 5,200 technology companies. Many of these are small,
innovative companies hoping to grow into Utah’s next billion-dollar success story.
UTAH DIGITAL MEDIA STRENGTHS
Utah’s Video Game Industry1
 Grew by more than 32.7% from 2005-2006.
 Added $77 million to the economy in 2006, $58 million in 2005.
 Includes approximately 8 game developers and 2 publishers.
 Employs over 475 directly and over 1,575 Utahns indirectly.
Utah’s Film Industry2
 Utah Film Commission reported the following 2008 numbers:
o Movie and TV production days increased 19%.
o Spending increased more than 30% to $144.5 million.
o In the past 3 years, 16 films received $3.3 million in incentives to shoot in Utah. Those productions spent
$49.5 million.
 Utah’s film industry is ninth among all states and second only to New Mexico in the region.
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Source: USTAR
Source: Utah Film Commission
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SUPPORT FOR UTAH’S DIGITAL MEDIA INDUSTRY CLUSTER
Select Industry Cluster Work
Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, Jr., in conjunction with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development, has focused his
efforts on making economic development a number one priority for Utah. He has chosen to target seven specific
industries, referred to as “economic clusters,” where Utah has a powerful convergence of research capability and
commercial technology.
Digital Media and entertainment technology is an area of strategic focus for Utah within the Information Technology
cluster. Other focus areas within IT are:
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Systems management and security
Web services and software applications
Wireless technologies
High-performance computing applications
GIS mapping and imaging
Utah Science, Technology and Research (USTAR) Initiative
Senate Bill 240, passed in March 2009, appropriates $33 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds over
a two-year period to USTAR. The majority of this funding will target new research efforts at the University of Utah and
Utah State University.
USTAR is a long-term, state-funded investment to strengthen Utah’s “knowledge economy.” Created in March 2006,
USTAR funds and supports strategic investments at the University of Utah and Utah State University to recruit worldclass researchers and build state-of-the-art interdisciplinary facilities. Discoveries in the research focus areas of
Biomedical Technology, Imaging Technology, Brain Medicine, Nanotechnology, Energy, and Digital Media will produce
new technologies in multi-billion dollar markets. USTAR’s Technology Outreach Innovation Program – led by directors
based at regional outreach centers – provides a range of commercialization services for new and existing businesses.
These outreach centers also support university research teams and help make connections between university and industry
innovators. The centers build the state’s entrepreneurial infrastructure. Whether a business is a start-up trying to reach its
first $1 million in revenue, or an established operation striving for $1 billion, USTAR may be able to help. Visit
www.innovationutah.com for more information.
Utah Technology Council (UTC)
UTC works with business and government leaders to make Utah an even more vibrant, attractive, and rewarding place for
technology companies to do business. UTC, a privately funded industry trade association, is the premier industry-led
technology organization in Utah. UTC hosts a variety of events to share knowledge within Utah’s industry including peerto-peer forums, roundtables, golf tournaments, and an annual black tie Hall of Fame event where Utah’s industry icons are
honored before sell-out crowds. They also offer resources to support Utah companies seeking talent, funding, or changes
in Legislative policy.
UTC is a member of the Council of Regional Information Technology Associations (CRITA), a national trade
organization that represents 45 regional Technology trade organizations which in turn represent more than 15,000
technology-related companies in North America. Visit www.utahtechcouncil.org for additional information.
Silicon Slopes
In 2007, Omniture, a leading provider of web analytics headquartered in Utah, introduced Silicon Slopes as an online
networking hub where more than 5,200 Utah-based technology companies and the people they work with can come
together. Silicon Slopes continues to grow with more features, more partners, and a dedicated staff. Current features
include:
 Detailed Company Profiles: An ever-growing database of detailed company information for more than 5,200
tech-based companies in Utah. Search based on revenues, employees, funding amounts and other data.
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Blogspace: A collection of blogs from others in the state with data, insights and musings on issues that affect the
tech industry in Utah.
 CEO Interviews: Interviews with influential people who have keen insights for driving high-tech business
growth in Utah.
 Utah Job Postings: A place where talent from all over the world will discover opportunities that allow them to
return to the state and influence people new to Utah to consider building their careers here.
 Utah Technology & Business News: Find the latest-and-greatest industry tidbits on IPOs, mergers and
acquisitions, venture funding and up-and-coming Utah companies.
 Upcoming Events in Utah: Stay up-to-date about events, attractions and other gatherings.
For additional information, please visit the following website: www.siliconslopes.com.
EDUCATION
Utah is home to a number of colleges and universities with world class programs that support digital media companies.
Utah has a total of 1,507 students enrolled in Digital Media classes and graduated a total of 94 students in programs with a
digital media component. Utah schools graduate more than 800 information technology graduates every year.
Full-Time Enrollment and IT Graduates in Utah’s Colleges / Universities
Public Institution
Location
2008 Total Enrollment
2007-08 IT Graduates
Brigham Young University (private)
Provo
32,992
146
College of Eastern Utah*
Price
2,082
3
St. George
6,443
21
Salt Lake City
1,384
4
Dixie State College
LDS Business School (private)
Neumont University (private)
Salt Lake Community College*
South Jordan
267
92
Salt Lake County
29,866
59
10
Snow College*
Ephraim
3,798
Cedar City
7,516
4
Salt Lake City
30,228
101
Utah State University
Logan
23,925
139
Utah Valley University
Orem
26,696
130
Ogden
21,674
8
Salt Lake City
2,887
120
189,758
837
Southern Utah University
University of Utah
Weber State University
Westminster College (private)
Total
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* The IT graduate figure represents Associate’s degrees only.
Source: Utah State Board of Regents, January 2009 data
Brigham Young University (BYU)
Located in Provo, BYU is home to one of the most celebrated animation programs in the world. At only seven years old,
the Animation Program has received national recognition and continues to win highly acclaimed awards at film festivals
worldwide. BYU Animation Students have won seven “College Television Awards” commonly known as ‘Student
Emmys’ from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The students in the Animation Program have also won two
“Student Academy Awards” from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The animation major covers
everything from traditional cell animation to 3-D animation and compositing. The program gives students broad
experience in art and technology, which is applicable in a wide variety of career paths. For additional information, please
visit the BYU Animation Program website at http://animation.byu.edu.
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College of Eastern Utah (CEU)
CEU, located in Price, Utah, offers many courses from its Graphic Arts Program. The program includes coursework for
Basic and Intermediate Illustration, Drawing Fundamentals and 3D Modeling and Animation. For additional information
about CEU, please follow the link to the website at http://www.ceu.edu/departments/art/default.aspx.
Dixie State College (DSC)
DSC, located in St. George, offers 4-year degree program in Computer and Information Technology with an emphasis in
Visual Technologies (VT). The VT emphasis is ideally for students interested in graphic arts, graphic design, desktop
publishing, illustration, computer graphics, web development, multimedia development and digital video development.
For additional information about DSC and its programs, please visit the DSC Visual Technologies website at
http://cit.cs.dixie.edu/vt/.
Neumont University
Neumont University began with its first freshman class in 2004. Neumont University aims to educate the most soughtafter software developers in the world. This new private university offers Bachelor of Science degrees in Computer
Science, Master of Science degrees in Computer Science, and MBA’s in Enterprise Informatics. In partnership with IBM
and Microsoft, its program places emphasis on students gaining fluency in WebSphere, .NET and Open Source
development environments. The accelerated programs allow students to graduate and earn a degree in only 28 months.
Neumont graduated 102 students in the spring of 2008 and has 267 students currently enrolled in its programs. For
additional information about Neumont and its programs, please visit the Neumont University website at
http://neumont.edu/.
Salt Lake Community College (SLCC)
SLCC offers a Digital Media Technology (DMT) certificate to prepare students for careers in digital media. DMT
provides students with advanced information technology skills in the rapidly changing fields of digital multimedia, ecommerce design, web development, technology management and routing technology. The DMT program includes
cutting-edge coursework, internships and certification. Also, the SLCC Visual Art and Design Department allows students
to specialize in one of six areas: animation, design, illustration, multimedia, photography and electronic publishing. In
2009, construction will begin on a new digital media training facility in South Salt Lake. For additional information,
please visit http://www.slcc.edu/visualart/index.asp.
University of Utah (U of U)
The Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute is a permanent research institute at the U of U. The SCI Institute
has established itself as an internationally recognized leader in visualization, scientific computing, and image analysis.
The overarching research objective is to create new scientific computing techniques, tools, and systems that enable
solutions to problems affecting various aspects of human life. The SCI Institute aims to develop innovative and robust
software packages and make them broadly available to the scientific community. The Institute is also associated with
several additional national research centers. For additional information about the Institute and its areas of focus, please
visit the SCI website at http://www.sci.utah.edu/about/about.html.
Utah State University (USU)
The Center for High Performance Computing (HPC) at USU enables research into activities dependent on advanced
computing technologies. HPC provides large-scale visualization resources and enables education of advanced cutting edge
simulation and cyber environments. For additional information, please visit the following website,
http://www.hpc.usu.edu/.
Utah Valley University (UVU)
The Digital Media program at UVU integrates conceptualizing projects through analysis, design and evaluation and
developing skills of creativity and teamwork to deliver products. The program prepares students for a variety of full-time
or freelance employment opportunities. UVU students in Digital Media (DGM) may earn either an AAS degree or a
Bachelor's Degree. Areas of specialization include: digital imaging, digital video and audio, 2D and 3D animation,
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Internet and Web-based media, CD-ROM and DVD authoring. For additional information about this program and
degrees, please visit the following website, http://www.uvsc.edu/techcom/dgm/.
Weber State University (WSU)
The Design Graphics Engineering Technology program at WSU provides Bachelor’s and Associate’s degrees in Design
Graphics Engineering Technology. For additional information about this program and degrees, please visit the following
website, http://weber.edu/COAST/designgraphics.html.
LABOR
Wage Data
The Utah Department of Workforce Services provides wage data for various occupation titles in Utah. The Bureau of
Labor Statistics provides wage data in the same occupation titles for the nation. The following table lists common digital
media industry positions and the corresponding mean annual wage for each location listed.
Title / Position
State of Utah
National Comparison
Utah as % of National Wage
Multi-Media Artists & Animators (27-1014)
$51,600
$61,010
84.6%
Fine Artists, Illustrators (27-1013)
$42,680
$48,110
88.7%
Producers & Directors (27-2012)
$55,320
$77,070
71.8%
Media & Communication Workers (27-3099)
$41,680
$45,720
91.2%
Film & Video Editors (27-4032)
$44,500
$61,180
72.7%
Media & Communication Equipment Workers (27-4099)
$51,850
$54,090
Source: Utah Department of Workforce Services, Bureau of Labor Statistics (May 2007 wage estimates)
95.9%
RECENT DIGITAL MEDIA INDUSTRY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY
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During the 2009 Legislative sessions, state bill 14 for financial incentives for motion picture productions was passed.
This bill provides tax credits dollars for motion picture productions taking place in the state of Utah. This bill, with
additional discretionary funding from the Governor, will help to entice larger TV series and major film productions to
the state. Additional information is provided in the following section on business incentives and business financing
options.3
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At the most recent 2009 Utah Economic Summit, held in April, Dr. Ed Catmull, co-founder of Pixar Animation
Studios and President of Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios, was the invited morning key note speaker. His
comments centered on the economic opportunities presently available in the state of Utah. One of the first breakout
sessions, immediately following his presentation, discussed the current Utah animation and film industry expansion
with panelists from Sandman Studios, Lumenas Animation Studios, Utah Digital Alliance, Utah Valley University
and Pixar.
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In February 2008, Disney Interactive Studios, the interactive entertainment affiliate of The Walt Disney Company,
announced its plans to expand its focus into the video gaming industry. The Walt Disney Company acquired
Avalanche Software and created Fall Line Studio, based in Salt Lake City. The company was awarded a state postperformance tax credit of $5.25 million spread out over the next ten years. The company is projected to create 500
new jobs paying wages at 240% of the county median and generate $15 million in new state tax revenue.4
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Source: Utah Legislature 2009
Source: Governor’s Office of Economic Development News Release 02/15/08
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BUSINESS INCENTIVES / BUSINESS FINANCING
Film Incentives
Financial Incentives for Motion Picture Productions (S.B. 14) – This bill raises the tax credit incentive to 20% of a film's
total expenditure in the state and removes the $500,000 cap that had been in place. The bill provides for motion picture
incentives in the form of refundable tax credits for larger budget productions and cash rebate incentives for small budget
productions. Ideally, the state wants to attract television series or large film productions. The Utah State Tax Commission
may issue up to $7,793,700 in tax credit certificates in a fiscal year and $2,206,300 in motion picture cash rebates in a
fiscal year. Governor Jon Huntsman put $15 million of the discretionary economic federal stimulus money into the
incentive fund to help recruit bigger budget TV series and films and, in turn, film studios. For additional information
about the bill, please visit the Utah Legislature website at http://www.le.state.ut.us/~2009/bills/sbillamd/SB0014.htm.
Additional Business Incentives
Please contact the Economic Development Corporation of Utah (EDCUtah) for business incentive and/or business
financing information. (See contact information at the end of this document.)
UTAH DIGITAL ANIMATION COMPANIES
Alpha
Order
Organization
Brief Company Description
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3DVO
380 West Ironwood Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84115
3-D interactive imaging, photography
http://www.3dvo.com/
2
Alvey Media Group, LLC
2447 Kiesel Avenue
Ogden, Utah 84401
3-D animation, compositing, motion graphics, cinematography, product
visualization
http://alveymedia.com/
3
The Dimensions Edge, Inc.
1423 South 2050 East
Spanish Fork, Utah 84660
Online game development, Flash-based interactive media, 3-D computer
animation, digital video production, web design
http://www.dedge.com/
4
Disney Interactive Studios
102 West 500 South, Suite 502
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
Animation video game development
http://avalanchesoftware.go.com/home.html
5
Eggington Productions
405 South 100 East, #11
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062
Animated film services.
http://www.eggington.net/
6
Fusion Media, Inc.
107 North Main Street
Cedar City, Utah 84720
3-D animation
http://www.fusionmediainc.com/
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HQ Media, LLC
1030 South Waterside Drive
Saratoga Springs, Utah 84045
Animation, 3-D compositing, motion graphics, film
http://www.highqualitymedia.com/
8
Impatient Cow, Inc.
753 East 200 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
Animation, commercials, television
http://www.impatientcowinc.com/
9
Imagine Learning, Inc.
3210 North Canyon Road, Suite 300
Provo, Utah 84604
Animation learning software
10
Issimo Productions, Inc.
1346 West State Road
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062
Animation, motion graphics, films
http://www.issimoproductions.com/
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Lumenas Studios
625 South 600 West
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
Computer animation, stop-motion animation, physical miniatures, film
http://www.lumenasstudios.com/
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Sandman Studios, Inc.
495 East 1000 South
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062
CG animation, visual effects, production and interactive multimedia
http://www.sandmanstudios.com/
13
Silver Fish Creative, LLC
Provo, Utah
Animation, cinematics, illustration, graphics
http://www.silverfishcreative.com/
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T Splines, Inc.
34 East 1700 South, Suite A134
Provo, Utah 84606
3-D surface modeling software
http://www.tsplines.com/
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Tandem Motion Picture Studios, LLC
Stop-motion animation, motion pictures
http://www.tandemmps.com/
Zygote Media Group, Inc.
350 South 400 West, Suite 101
Lindon, Utah 84042
Source: NAICS Codes – 512110, 512191, 512240, 541511, 541519
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Animation, 3-D modeling, motion graphics
http://www.zygote.com/
UTAH GAMING DEVELOPMENT COMPANIES
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Organization
Brief Company Description
1
7 Studios
363 South 500 East
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Game development studio
http://www.sevenstudios.com/
2
BlueOrb Studios, Inc.
Animation video game development
http://blueorb.ayrik.com/
3
Chair Entertainment Group
108 West Center Street
Provo, Utah 84601
Video game development, books, movies, comics and merchandise
http://www.chairentertainment.com/
4
The Dimensions Edge, Inc.
1423 South 2050 East
Spanish Fork, Utah 84660
Online game development, Flash-based interactive media, 3-D computer
animation, digital video production, web design
http://www.dedge.com/
5
Disney Interactive Studios
102 West 500 South, Suite 502
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
Animation video game development
http://avalanchesoftware.go.com/home.html
6
EA Salt Lake
1551 South Renaissance Towne Drive
Bountiful, Utah 84010
Game development primarily for Xbox and Wii gaming consoles
http://www.ea.com/
7
Eat Sleep Play
155 North 400 West, Suite 510
Salt Lake City, Utah 84103
Video game development
http://www.eatsleepplay.biz/
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Sandman Studios, Inc.
495 East 1000 South
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062
CG animation, visual effects, production and interactive multimedia
http://www.sandmanstudios.com/
9
Sandswept Studios
Park City, Utah
Game development studio
http://www.sandswept.net/
10
Sensory Sweep Studios
2691 Decker Lake Lane
Salt Lake City, Utah 84119
Video game development
http://www.sensorysweep.com/index.html
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TruGolf, Inc.
1352 West 75 North
Centerville, Utah 84014
Golf simulation game development
http://www.trugolf.com/
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Wahoo Studios, Inc.
1806 Sandhill Road
Orem, Utah 84058
Source: NAICS Codes – 512110, 512191, 512240, 541511, 541519
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Animation video game development
http://www.wahoo.com/
UTAH DIGITAL MEDIA TOOL COMPANIES
Alpha
Order
Organization
Brief Company Description
1
Daz Productions, Inc.
12637 South 265 West, # 300
Draper, Utah 84020
3-D content and software development
http://www.daz3d.com/
2
Helius, LLC
333 South 520 West, Suite 330
Lindon, Utah 84042
Creates digital signage and video-based training
http://www.helius.com/
3
MOGware, Inc.
405 South 100 East, Suite 11
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062
Gaming workflow tool and video game development
http://www.mogware.com/index.php
4
PerspectX, Inc.
2447 Kiesel Avenue, Suite 3C
Ogden, Utah 84401
3-D digital models, textures, scenes and tools for 3-D applications
http://www.perspectx.com/store/index.php
5
Solo Effects, LLC
Hyrum, Utah 84319
Custom 3-D software development and modeling
http://soloeffects.com/
6
Sorenson Media
4719 Riverboat Road, Suite 208
Salt Lake City, Utah 84123
Video encoding and compression applications
http://www.sorensonmedia.com/
Strata
3013 Santa Clara Drive
Santa Clara, Utah 84765
Source: NAICS Codes – 512110, 512191, 512240, 541511, 541519
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3-D animation and multimedia software development
http://www.strata.com/
UTAH FILM PRODUCTION STUDIOS
Alpha
Order
Organization
Brief Company Description
1
Anderson Productions
1145 East 250 North
Orem, Utah 84097
Motion picture producers and studio.
2
Anvil Productions
1010 Elm Avenue
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
Motion picture producers and studio.
3
Associated Media Artists
4910 Amelia Earhart Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84116
Motion picture producers and studio.
4
Avalanche Studios
4910 Amelia Earhart Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84116
A full-service video production company.
http://www.avalanche-studios.com/
5
Blue Cactus Pictures, Inc.
136 South Main Street, #210
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
A full-service video production company.
http://www.bluecactuspictures.com/
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Cosmic Pictures
1345 Major Street
Salt Lake City, Utah 84115
Motion picture producers and studio.
http://cosmicpictures.com/
7
Creative Light Productions
1354 Jordan Hills Drive
South Jordan, Utah 84095
Motion picture producers and studio.
8
Cross Class Adventures
7136 Redwood Road
West Jordan, Utah 84084
Animated film services.
9
Dark Sun Productions
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121
Motion picture development and production company.
http://www.adarksunproduction.com/
10
Doglatin
733 East 800 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
A full-fledged film, video and multi-media production studio.
http://www.doglatin.com/flash.html
11
Dreamchaser Entertainment, Inc.
5935 Zina Circle
Salt Lake City, Utah 84128
Motion picture producers and studio.
12
Eggington Productions
405 South 100 East, #11
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062
Animated film services.
http://www.eggington.net/
13
Go Films
405 South 100 East, #201
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062
Motion picture producers and studio.
14
Graves Productions, Inc.
14718 Alpine View Drive
Herriman, Utah 84096
Motion picture producers and studio.
15
Greg Kiefer Productions
1345 Major Street
Salt Lake City, Utah 84115
Motion picture producers and studio.
16
Holy Cow Productions
5280 Commerce Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
Motion picture producers and studio.
http://www.holycowprods.com/
17
LDS Motion Picture Studio
300 West 2230 North
Provo, Utah 84604
Motion picture producers and studio.
http://www.ldsfilm.com/
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Lumenas Animation Studios
625 South 600 West
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
Main Street Movie Company
287 East 100 North
Provo, Utah 84606
Majestic Entertainment
3487 West 2100 South
West Valley City, Utah 84119
Animated film services.
http://www.lumenasstudios.com/
A motion picture distribution and production company.
http://mainstreetmovieco.com/
Motion picture producers and studio.
21
Marcroft Productions
813 North 1200 West
Salt Lake City, Utah 84116
Animated film services.
22
Paradigm Motion Picture Company
3202 Bountiful Boulevard
Bountiful, Utah 84010
Motion picture producers and studio.
23
Scene-By-Scene Communications
2812 Cedar Drive
Eagle Mountain, Utah 84005
A full-service motion picture production, advertising and marketing
company.
http://www.seenbyscene.com/
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Studio
39 South Main Street
Hurricane, Utah 84737
Swan Animation
44 South 400 East
St. George, Utah 84770
T. Alen Entertainment
693 Walnut Brook Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
Universe Partners, LLC
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
Motion picture producers and studio.
http://www.thestudio.net/
Animated film services.
http://www.swananimation.com/
Motion picture producers and studio.
Motion picture producers and studio.
Wilwood Productions, Inc.
972 South 300 West
Motion picture producers and studio.
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
*SIC Codes: 7812-05, 7812-06, 7812-09, 7812-12, 7812-17, 7819-04, 7819-07, 7819-09, 7819-12, 7819-15, 7819-18, 7819-25
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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF UTAH (EDCUtah)
The Economic Development Corporation of Utah (EDCUtah) is a private, statewide, non-profit organization, formed in
1987, to provide a unified and professionally managed, economic development program promoting the state of Utah.
EDCUtah is an investor-based organization with more than 230 private sector businesses, organizations, chambers of
commerce, municipalities, and counties. Through these partnerships, EDCUtah facilitates an on-going effort to develop
and nurture a thriving business climate throughout Utah.
EDCUtah specializes in assisting companies who are considering Utah for a business relocation or expansion. The
corporate recruitment team of EDCUtah coordinates all of the information key decision makers and economic
development/site consultants need as they evaluate Utah as a site location.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Economic Development Corporation of Utah
201 South Main Street, Suite 2150
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Phone (801) 328-8824
Fax (801) 531-1460
www.edcUTAH.org
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