What is your truth? Meghan Kluth sits down one-on-one with athletes, media, and celebrities asking for their truth.
Moment of Kluth is a podcast by Chicago based sports and entertainment reporter, Meghan Kluth.
Kluth sits down one-on-one with athletes, entertainers, chefs, politicians, and other leading members of the media in a candid format. The goal of the podcast is to have honest conversations with each individual, while discussing news worthy topics and sharing hilarious anecdotes along the way.
In episode two of Moment of Kluth, Meghan Kluth sits down with Stanley Cup champion and NBC Sports Chicago analyst, Jamal Mayers. Mayers played 15 seasons in the NHL winning the cup with the Chicago Blackhawks back in 2013. It's been a season of change for the team so in this podcast we discuss the new leadership, how the game itself has changed, and as always we get to the truth.
In Episode three Kluth sits down one-on-one with former NFL Wide Receiver Kyle Prater. He came out of high school as the number one wide receiver in the country, and went on to play college football at USC and Northwestern. In 2015 he was signed by the New Orleans Saints as an undrafted free agent but after a series of injuries has since decided to embark on a creative journey through the film industry.
In episode three Kluth sits down with Chicago Bulls small forward Denzel Valentine. Valentine underwent ankle surgery in November but was a good sport and sat down with Kluth to talk about the mood in the Bulls locker room, the life of a young athlete in a mega market like Chicago, and much more. The team expects him to return to full basketball activities in about six months.
Grammy award winning artist JoJo sits down with Meghan Kluth to discuss what winning her first Grammy means to her, new music, and a moment in her professional life when she wasn't being her authentic self.
Lindsey Metselaar is the modern day Carrie Bradshaw. She hosts the hit podcast, We Met at Acme, which discusses dating in NYC with some hilarious anecdotes along the way. In this episode Metselaar provides tips on how to navigate dating during COVID-19, as well as tips for staying mentally and physically well during this trying time.
The House of Representatives gave final passage to the $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill on Friday. Congressman Mike Quigley from Illinois 5th District answers what it means for the American people, who it will help, and what's left to be done.
Have the itch to get organized with all this time at home? Ashley Murphy and Molly Graves are the masterminds behind the Neat Method, the largest luxury home organizing company with organizers in 63 markets across the U.S and Canada. In this episode they share tips for where to start while practicing social distancing, how they launched their mega-successful business, and what they learned while building their success.
The Covid-19 crisis enveloping millions of people around the world also presents a unique opportunity for one sector of tech: facial recognition technology. Companies including Trueface are pitching the technology as a method for identifying individuals without the risk of close contact.
Saints defensive end Cam Jordan is one of the most-feared defensive players in the NFL. He's also one of the nicest guys off the field. The five-time Pro Bowler, and father of three has recorded 87 sacks in 144 career games since being drafted No. 24 overall in 2011. In this episode we talk about what he's been doing to stay busy, dad life in quarantine, his draft day experience, setting boundaries as a young player in the league, and how to help the people on the front lines of coronavirus.