For Immediate Release
October 12, 2021
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(BPRW) Greenwood to Launch New iHeartRadio Podcast “Money Moves”

“Money Moves” will promote financial literacy and empower the next generation of minority entrepreneurs

(Black PR Wire) ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Greenwood, the digital banking platform for Black and Latino individuals and business owners, today announced the launch of its iHeartRadio Original Podcast “Money Moves.” The new daily audio podcast will be hosted by tech businesswoman, investor, and philanthropist, Tanya Sam -- and will feature guests discussing their entrepreneurial endeavors, success stories, and lessons learned, while providing beneficial advice about business and personal finance. Money Moves will feature celebrity, entrepreneur, and financial expert guests, including upcoming episodes with Terrel Owens, Drumma Boy, Nika King (actress on HBO’s “Euphoria”), Tristan Walker (CEO of Bevel), Ingrid Best (VP of Global Marketing at Combs Enterprises), Angela Yee, Rick Ross, Angel Rich, JB Smoove, Bun B, Paul Wall, Adrian Marcel, Amanda Seales, Roland Martin, Devi Brown (Chief Impact Officer at Chopra Global), Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings (Podcast Hosts of “Earn Your Leisure”), and many more.

The announcement of “Money Moves” follows the launch of Greenwood Studios earlier this year, enabling Greenwood to deliver on its mission to provide tech solutions and content that promote financial inclusion and wellness for the culture. Money Moves is yet another component of the commitment to produce educational and entertaining personal finance content, created for and by the Black and Latino communities, which have historically faced unequal access to capital and financial services.

“Money Moves is the next major step in our journey at Greenwood Studios, to provide the Black and Latino communities with valuable education content that speaks to their direct needs,” said Ryan Glover, Chairman and Co-Founder of Greenwood. “We look forward to continuing to deliver on our mission of equipping Black and brown people and allies with initiatives and solutions to grow prosperity and to reach or maintain financial success.”

“We are incredibly excited to partner with Greenwood to bring ‘Money Moves’ to the iHeartPodcast Network,” said Will Pearson, Chief Operating Officer of the iHeartPodcast Network. “Providing more access to thoughtful Black and Latinx-focused discussions around money and business is important in helping to empower the next generation of entrepreneurs.”

The first episode of “Money Moves” will be released on Monday, October 18th, with new episodes premiering each weekday. Money Moves will be available on the iHeartRadio app and wherever you get your podcasts. Money Moves is produced by Greenwood Studios and Sunwise Media and is distributed by the iHeartPodcast Network. Watch the trailer here.

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About Greenwood

Greenwood is a digital banking services platform for Black and Latino individuals and businesses. Greenwood is partnering with FDIC-insured banks to give customers the ability to spend and save securely through use of best-in-class banking services and innovative ways to support Black and Latinx causes and businesses. Advanced account features include Apple, Samsung, and Android Pay, virtual debit cards, peer-to-peer transfers, mobile check deposits, and the largest surcharge fee-free ATM network in the USA. True to its mission, Greenwood will allow customers the ability to round up their spend to the nearest dollar and donate the change to key charity partners such as The King Center for Social Justice, NAACP, and UNCF among others. Additionally, Greenwood plans to partner with and strengthen historically Black banks by providing access to deposits and lending demand. Greenwood was founded by Civil Rights leader Andrew J. Young; rapper and activist Michael “Killer Mike” Render; and Ryan Glover, founder of the Bounce TV Network. The Greenwood District of Tulsa, Oklahoma, which included the “Black Wall Street” of the early 20th Century, is an enduring symbol of the economic potential of community solidarity and empowerment.

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