The Salt Lake City, Utah, area includes many diverse media outlets, not only found within the official city boundaries, but also in the greater Wasatch Front urban area.
Daily Herald, Provo - daily morning news
Deseret Morning News, Salt Lake City - daily morning news
The Herald Journal, Logan - daily morning news
The Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City - daily morning news
Standard-Examiner, Ogden - daily morning news
CATALYST Magazine - monthly environmental, spirituality, health, arts and politics magazine
NOW Salt Lake - free monthly entertainment magazine
QSaltLake - bi-weekly free gay and lesbian news
Salt Lake City Weekly - weekly free alternative
Salt Lake Free Press - free weekly alternative; news and entertainment
BYU NewsNet - Brigham Young University
The Daily Universe - Brigham Young University
Daily Utah Chronicle - daily student paper, University of Utah
The Globe - twice a week, Salt Lake Community College
Hard News Cafe - Utah State University's journalism and communication department online newspaper
Schooled Magazine - Utah Valley's student publication for BYU, UVU, and speciality college students; motto is "for the student, by the student"
The Signpost - three times a week, Weber State University
The Utah Statesman - award-winning campus newspaper published three times each week, produced entirely by students at Utah State University; distributed to on-campus locations and selected downtown locations every Monday, Wednesday and Friday of the academic school year
Venceremos student newspaper - the only bilingual student newspaper in Utah
Forum - fortnightly student paper of Westminster College, Salt Lake City
24saltlake.com - news, weather, traffic and local events
ksl.com - news, weather, traffic and local events
utahpolicy.com - political news
utahpoliticalcapitol.com - political news
UtahTweets - comprising information from Twitter streams
Media in Salt Lake City Wikipedia
Salt Lake City is the 36th largest television market, according to Nielsen.
Salt Lake City is the 31st largest radio market, according to Arbitron.