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Local News Hour - February 2, 2018

Feb 2, 2018

On today’s show, Park City Film Series Director Katy Wang previews this weekend's screening of Darkest Hour at the Jim Santy Auditorium, recaps the Sundance festival, and looks ahead at the calendar. Newly appointed Park City Council Member Lynn Ware Peek and Mayor Andy Beerman discuss last night's meeting. And Marshall Moore, spokesman for Utah Film Studios, talks about plans for the soundstage, its involvement with the Sundance Institute, and what we can expect to see with the build-out of the property.

Although the Blood and Oil TV series isn't around anymore, the Park City Film Studios are still being used for film projects - including one movie expected to launch soon. Rick Brough has more.

The marketers for the Park City Film Studios are out looking for new clients - since it looks like the days are numbered for the ABC series "Blood and Oil" being produced at the new facility. Rick Brough has more.

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The television series that has been shot in and around Park City made its premiere Sunday night. Leslie Thatcher has more.

On today's program, Charlie Sturgis with Mountain Trails Foundation has his weekly update. Wasatch County Planning Director Doug Smith and Don Taylor with Wasatch Trails Association have update on the Heber Valley unified trails master plan. Park City Council Member Liza Simpson reviews some of the items discussed at Thursday's City Council meeting. Marshall Moore the Marketing Consultant for Park City Film Studios talks about Sunday's premiere of Blood and Oil and Sandy Geldhof and Hatch Haslock have details on the September 30th fundraiser for Sam Jackenthal and family.