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Alison Kuhlow

KPCW Co-host / Producer

KPCW co-host and producer of Mountain Money

  • Christine Larson author of "Love in the Time of Self-Publishing" shares how romance writers became the only authors in America to make money from the rise of e-books, Don Remy former Chief Operating Officer and Chief Legal Officer of the NCAA joins Mountain Money to help us sort out the NCAA’s historic settlement relating to athlete compensation, and Anthony Hebert, manager of Main Street’s Premiere, highlights the swanky new underground cocktail lounge.
  • Anthony Hebert, manager of Main Street's new cocktail lounge, Premiere, highlights the swanky new underground cocktail bar.
  • Don Remy, former Chief Operating Officer and Chief Legal Officer of the NCAA joins Mountain Money to help us understand the NCAA’s historic settlement relating to athlete compensation.
  • Christine Larson, author of "Love in the Time of Self-Publishing," shares how romance writers became the only authors in America to make money from the rise of e-books.
  • Author Graham Moore tells the story of a clandestine group within the US Treasury Department charged with a top-secret mission: crash the Nazi economy which is outlined in his new historical fiction book, "The Wealth of Shadows." Then, Robert Spendlove, Senior Economist with Zions Bank, explores why maintaining high mortgage rates is beneficial, especially in Utah. And Goldner Hirsch’s Executive Chef Senthil Krishnamurthy highlights summer dining experiences including their Summer Solstice: Flame-to-Table Dinner.
  • Author Graham Moore tells the story of a clandestine group within the US Treasury Department charged with a top-secret mission: crash the Nazi economy which is outlined in his new historical fiction book, "The Wealth of Shadows."
  • Robert Spendlove, Senior Economist with Zions Bank, explores why maintaining high mortgage rates is beneficial, especially in Utah.
  • Goldener Hirsch’s Executive Chef Senthil Krishnamurthy highlights summer dining experiences including their Summer Solstice: Flame-to-Table Dinner.
  • Exploring the rise of shareholder activism with Rahul Menon, Assistant Professor of Management at the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University.Metropolitan Theatres Corporation’s declaration of bankruptcy with Thomas Beckett.Rena Vanco with The Boob Bus highlights their mammogram genetic testing and cosmetic procedures on wheels.
  • Economist Paul Seabright discusses his new book "The Divine Economy: How Religions Compete for Wealth, Power, and People."Then, Kevin Jessup and Matt Bartholomew highlight MountainWest Capital Network’s 29th Annual Deal Flow Report and recognize Utah deal makers.And Mountain Money ends the hour with David Greenholtz discovering how you can cut the gut, trim the sauce, and look sexier with Dad Bod Bootcamp.