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. Now, however, he is the Wasatch County connection on the team, living in the Heber Valley. 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.

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Doug Wells and Larry Warren interview Two-time Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist Gilbert M. Gaul author of,   Billion Dollar Ball: A Journey Through the Big-Money Culture of College Football. Gaul offers a riveting and sometimes shocking look inside the money culture of college football and how it has come to dominate a surprising number of colleges and universities.

Last week the greater Park City and Heber Valley communities came together as they do every six months and responded to KPCW’s call to donate to our community radio station.  Few communities our size in America have a locally focused station like ours, and we are humbled and inspired by the community’s response whenever we have this crazy pledge week.

We received 778 calls and over $100,000 in pledges.  This level of support is necessary to meet our budget, which is spent almost exclusively on local content and content providers like our great news and public affairs staff.

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Doug Wells and Larry Warren interview Bobby Monks author of Uninvested: How Wall Street Highjacks your Money and How to Fight Back.

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It's day one of KPCW's Summer Birthday Pledge Drive and the phones were ringing off the hook.  In studio with Larry and Doug were Ryan Hoffman and Brooks Harbertson of Mountain West Bank, sponsors of Mountain Money. 

The second segment of the show featured Terry Orme, publisher and editor of the Salt Lake Tribune.  The discussion centered around the ever-changing landscape of news and newspapers.

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Doug Wells and Larry Warren talk with Paulo Shoemaker author of Can’t Not Do: The Compelling Social Drive that Changes Our World.  “Cant Not Do” is a catchphrase for the urge that captures the heart of effective social change agents – explaining in their own words, their passion and drive: I can’t not do this. It’s not that I can do this, it’s that I can’t not.” The lessons are reflected in Can’t Not Do  in seven seemingly simple questions that provide guideposts and unlock the readers potential to make a difference for a social cause they care about.

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Peg Ijams, John Wells and Larry Warren celebrate Pioneer Day Live at the Park City Museum with guests Sandra Morrison, Park City Museum Executive Director and Robin Marrouche from the Kimball Arts Center.  Musical guests Courtney King and Jennifer Worsley performed live during the program.

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Author Jay Samit, a digital media expert who has launched, grown and sold start ups and Fortune 500 companies alike, describes the unique method he has used to invent new markets and expand established businesses.

Kreg Van Stralen, the owner of Wasatch Bagels and Park City Broiler recently purchased Tarahumra Express and is opening a second location in Park City.

KPCW has been nominated for the second year in a row for the radio industry’s most prestigious award.  The National Association of Broadcasters Tuesday named the Park City community station one of five finalists for the Marconi Award for “overall excellence in broadcasting.”

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On this episode, hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells spoke with Renee Robertson, author The Coaching Solution: How To Drive Talent Development, Organizational Change and Business Results. Other guests included Mark Mazzone of Park City Reality Group and Jim Harsch of Mountain Town Realty talking about synergy between local independent real estate firms. The show wrapped up with Richard Reed  of Zions Bank talking about new "chip cards" and how that's changing transactions.

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Hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells kicked off this episode with author Paul Zane Pilzer and a conversation about his book The End Of Employer-Provided Health Insurance. It could be just what you need figure out the modern U.S. health care system. Blaine and Honey Parker of Slow Burn Marketing then joined the show to talk about their book Billion Dollar Branding.

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