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Acast, Self Financial Partner to Launch Podcast Series


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Acast has launched a new, six-part branded content podcast series with Self Financial. In the new program called "Self," Acast and Self Financial are banking on influencers and their storytelling power to connect with audiences around the complicated relationships we can all have with money. The new series highlights how money punctuates our life stories and normalizes the feelings of uncertainty, learning moments and hopeful change that everyone experiences in their financial journey.

In each episode, "Money Mindset" coach Jacent Wamala will have a transparent and raw conversation with a different influencer (and professional podcaster) -- comedian Naomi Ekperigan (Netflix), photographer Ashley Frangie, TV anchor Lety Sahagun and actor Mack Wilds (Apple TV), among others -- about their unique financial journey.

"We've partnered with Acast to lean into both the individual and shared experiences we all have with our financial relationships. Through these stories, we've found that while everyone's journey is unique, so many of us share the desire for ourselves and our families to have it better than we did," said Self Chief Marketing Officer Brett Billick.

"Everyone has unique experiences with money that will likely change through the course of their lives. The thing that we all have in common is that we have a story to tell about how we arrived at the relationship we currently have with our finances," added Acast Creative Director, The Americas Shantae Howell. "The Self. podcast captures that common thread we all share and connects with audiences on a truly personal level."

The first episode of "Self" with Ekperigin and Beckerman is now live and the rest of the series will be released weekly on Wednesdays.

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