MYDM Show Co-Hosts Ben Carter and Malcolm Ethridge to Appear on FOX 5 Saturday Morning Show
Washington DC — Manage Your Damn Money (MYDM) is proud to share the news of show co-hosts Ben Carter and Malcolm Ethridge's scheduled appearance on FOX 5 DC’s (WTTG) Saturday morning show to celebrate Financial Literacy Month. The pair will join the news program's 8 o’clock hour on April 1st to talk about money, taxes and how Manage Your Damn Money is engaging the Millennial Generation in entertaining conversations about money and entrepreneurship. “We’re really excited to have the opportunity to remind folks of the keys to being more successful with their money at the very start of Financial Literacy Month,” said Ben Carter, co-creator of MYDM. “We work hard to continue to find new ways to extend pop-culturally relevant conversations about money and cannot wait to bring our approach to FOX 5 and its vibrant DC-based viewership.” Carter and Ethridge co-host the weekly, LIVE online show, Manage Your Damn Money with Ben & Malcolm. The pair explore news, headlines and interview artists, creatives and entrepreneurs, all in an effort to engage Millennials in fun, entertaining conversation about money. The show airs weekly on Mondays at 6 pm EST on listenvisionlive.com and will soon rebroadcast twice weekly on Montgomery County’s public television station, Montgomery Community Media (MCM). MCM’s broadcast station reaches over 870,000 viewers in 350,000 cable TV households in Maryland. “As a certified personal finance advisor, I am in constant conversation with clients, friends and associates about what they should be doing to make the best of the money they earn,” said Malcolm Ethridge. “I’m thrilled to have the chance to bring the conversation to an even larger audience."
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