Larry Warren

President and General Manager

Where so many of KPCW’s staff claim longevity in town, Larry has the extra credit of having actually written the book on Park City - Park City: Mountain of Treasure. Larry is most recognized from being a television broadcaster for more than 30 years, but he has also made a career out of being a freelance writer and photographer before coming over to public radio in 2010.

In additional to GM duties, Larry hosts the Mountain Money show every Monday morning during the Public Affairs Hour with co-host Doug Wells.

Ways to Connect

Mountain Money - March 13, 2017

Mar 13, 2017

On today’s program Larry and Doug talk with Mike Quincy, the Car Editor from Consumer Reports magazine about the 2017 Auto issue. The second guest is Daniel O’Bannon, Director of Utah Division of Consumer protection about frauds and scams across Utah.  The final guest is Corey Finlay from Team Rubicon, a global disaster response organization. 

On today’s program Doug and Larry speak with Scot Sonenshein, author of Stretch, The Power of Less and Achieve Even More Than You Imagined. The second guest is Clair Rood, the Senior Managing Director of the Utah offices of C-Biz – a national accounting firm with offices nationwide. Then they welcome Cortney Johanson the managing partner of 350 Main Brasserie and the Spur Bar and Grill.

Mountain Money - February 27, 2017

Feb 27, 2017

On Mountain Money, Larry and Doug talk with Jordan Goodman, author of 14 books and frequent guest on national talk shows dealing with investing and money management.  Then the conversation turns to taxes with Bill Brunson of the IRS talking about changes in tax law and tips for filing.  We finish on a lighter note, speaking with chef and owner of Mindful Cuisine, Linda Elbert.

En una entrevista con Jorge Rodriguez en Cada Domingo, el jefe de la policía de Park City, Wade Carpenter, da un mensaje para la comunidad de Park City. Traducido por Zulema Espinoza.

Jorge Rodriguez interviews Park City Chief of Police, Wade Carpenter, who delivers a statement in English for the Park City community. Translated to Spanish by Zulema Espinoza.

Today on Mountain Money, Larry and Doug talk with Angie Morgan, Co-Author of Spark, How to Lead Yourself and Others to Greater Success.  Angie is a former Marine Corps officer who now is a leadership consultant with the Center for Creative Leadership. Her two other co- authors are also former military officers in the Marines and Air Force.  Their book  is about leadership at all levels of organizations.

Mountain Money - January 30, 2017

Jan 30, 2017

Larry and Doug visit with Christina Miller who has a Park City Law practice with an emphasis on family law. Christina has deep experience representing clients in divorces. The second guest is Tim Douglas who owns Wasatch Composite Analysis.  Tim works in the area of analysis and testing of products using composite  materials and metallic structures.

Mountain Money - January 9, 2017

Jan 9, 2017

This edition's Mountain Money guests include Certified Financial Planner Bill Mullen of Park City, talking about his new book "The Tax Ticking Time Bomb--How to Recognize and Manage Tax Traps in Retirement."  Then Eddie Rubio, owner and developer of The Office Co-working space at Kimball Junction talks about his new shared office project at Kimball Juntion.  Then the director of Utah's Division of Consumer Protection, Daniel O'Bannon talks about "imposter phone scams" involving illegal telemarketing.

Mountain Money - December 19, 2016

Dec 19, 2016

Alex Butwinski  hosted with Larry Warren for this edition of Mountain Money, speaking with bankruptcy attorney Chuck Tatelbaum, who reviewed the national companies which declared bankruptcy in 2016. Then two Aussies, Will Young and Damian Roche of Campos Coffee talked about bringing their coffee chain to the U.S., opening its first store at Park City Mountain’s resort base. And Laura Kappus talked about her Urban Renewal Boutique in Prospector.

Mountain Money - December 12, 2016

Dec 12, 2016

Doug and Larry's guests include Keith Woodwell, Director of the Utah Division of Securities.  Then the founder of Utah-based outdoor clothing maker KUHL, Kevin Boyle and KUHL store manager Joleen Willardsen join in, followed by Katie Wright of the Park City Community Foundation to talk about charitable giving and Donald Trump tax policy.

Today on Mountain Money, Larry and Doug visit with Tobie Stanger, the Senior Money Editor of Consumer Reports Magazine. She wrote the January cover story, “The New Retirement – Rules, tools and attitudes you need now, whether you’re in your 20’s, 40’s or 60’s.”  The second guest is Jude Robinson who is a serial entrepreneur who consults with individuals who want to start their own business.  Guest number three is Jon Weisberg the founder and editor of Senior Skiing dot com.

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