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MYDM Relaunches Podcast as Live, Streaming Show; Will Highlight Entrepreneurs, Artists and Creatives

Washington, DC – Manage Your Damn Money (MYDM) is continuing its work helping artists, creatives, entrepreneurs and regular people find their footing in their personal finances and career pursuits relauching its podcast, Manage Your Damn Money with Ben & Malcolm as a live, streaming show on WLVS Radio in Washington, DC. MYDM will broadcast live, every Monday, starting February 13

at 6pm (EST).

“We are thrilled with the response we have received from our iTunes podcast, Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast,” said MYDM co-creator and host, Ben Carter. “Our moving to a streaming broadcast format will be another brick lain in our efforts to encourage and inspire open conversations about money and personal finances.”

Manage Your Damn Money specializes in convening Millennials around conversations about money, personal finances and entrepreneurship. MYDM executes its vision of pop-culturally relevant and entertaining conversations about money through its online web series, installments of its Money Music Night event series as well as shareable online media. MYDM has worked in partnership with Black Enterprise, Blavity and the Hamiltonian Gallery and has been featured in national media publications The Huffington Post, U.S. News and World Report and ESSENCE.

Once a month the live show will highlight local entrepreneurs, creatives and artists who’ve found a way to turn their side hustle, art or other creative endeavors into a career. MYDM is asking those interested in being featured on the show to sign-up for The OTHERS, an entrepreneurial community focused on connecting “atypical” founders of businesses and start-ups at

“Sharing stories of success in business and creative endeavors is a critical part of helping us all find more effective ways forward in wealth creation and entrepreneurship,” said Carter. “We look forward to hearing from Washington, DC’s rich creative and entrepreneurial community in February.”


Manage Your Damn Money is the franchised alternative in financial education entertainment. With attitude, urgency and creative flare, we inspire the conversation to move viewers and friends to discuss and improve upon their personal finances and their understanding of the fiscal world.

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