Deseret Digital Media

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Deseret Digital Media, Inc.
Industry New media
Founded Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
(September 24, 2009 (2009-09-24))
Headquarters Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Area served
Key people
Chris Lee President
Russell K. Banz (VP of Products)
Jeff Barton (CFO)
Eric Bright (VP of E-commerce)

Dale Darling (VP of Sales)

Stephen Tolman (VP of Technology / CIO)
Parent Deseret Management Corporation

Deseret Digital Media, Inc. (DDM) is a subsidiary company of Deseret Management Corporation. Former CEO,[1] Clark Gilbert,[2] was named president of BYU-Idaho in early 2015. Chris Lee is the president of the company.[3]

The Triad Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, headquarters for Deseret Media

Deseret Digital Media was formed in 2009 to run the website operations. Its products include:


  1. ^ "Clark Gilbert named new president of BYU-Idaho". Retrieved 2015-10-28.
  2. ^ Business & Technology | Deseret News in UT cutting newsroom by nearly half | Seattle Times Newspaper
  3. ^ Generations examined in this electronic age | Herald Democrat

Further reading

  • "Deseret News, S.L. Tribune Revise Joint Operating Agreement". Fairfield Sun-Times. October 29, 2013. Retrieved 12 February 2014.
  • Deseret News – Changing Two Media Cultures | Pew Research Center's Journalism Project
  • Sep 10, 2009 Deseret News article on DDMs formation
  • Deseret Digital Media releases Deseret News high school sports mobile website
  • Salt Lake Chamber | Head of Deseret Digital Media, Deseret News discusses disruptive change

External links

  • "Deseret VP: How Disruption Can Drive Digital Media Companies". Street Fight.

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