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  • May 20, 2020
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  • Three Uncanny Four Adds “The Passion Economy” Podcast to its Growing Show Roster

Weekly episodes available across all major podcast platforms starting Wednesday, June 3.

New York, NY – May 20, 2020 – Leading podcast company Three Uncanny Four today announced that The Passion Economy—the podcast about everyday people who have cracked the code to success in the 21st century economy—has joined its show roster and will debut weekly episodes starting Wednesday, June 3 for the first time outside a paywall.

Hosted by Adam Davidson, the Peabody-Award winning co-creator of NPR’s Planet Money and a successful journalist and author who covered economics for The New Yorker and The New York Times MagazineThe Passion Economy is based on Davidson’s acclaimed 2019 book of the same name and explores how individuals from all walks of life have overcome professional and financial roadblocks and created new paths of fulfillment by channeling their entrepreneurial spirits and pursuing their passions. The trailer is available now

Each episode will spotlight the stories of people who push the idea of career and business success beyond the fetishizing of billionaires and Fortune 500 CEOs – a drug dealer turned fitness mogul, a teacher making waves in the fashion industry, farmers with creative vision, a former Iraqi translator who reinvented himself as a D.C.-area limo company operator – to offer lessons that listeners can apply right away to their own life and business.

Said Davidson, “Passion Businesses and Passion Careers often emerge through times of crisis—when an old, familiar way, no longer works. And they also come out of times of self-reflection, periods when people have the time to think and wonder and experiment. This current crisis, for all its real pain, is forcing us time to look at how things are done normally and imagine how they might be done differently. This show is about people who have figured out a way to thrive during a time of chaos and uncertainty by building around their skills and interests. Now is exactly when people need inspiration and clear models of how to succeed in an economy that is operating according to different and much scarier rules.”

Listeners can subscribe to The Passion Economy across all major podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and more. Click here to listen to the trailer. The podcast’s companion book, The Passion Economy also outlines Davidson’s perspective on how to thrive in the 21st century economy and is available now.

Three Uncanny Four Adds “The Passion Economy” Podcast to its Growing Show  Roster

About Three Uncanny Four Productions

Three Uncanny Four Productions was co-founded by Adam Davidson and Laura Mayer in partnership with Sony Music Entertainment. The company’s first podcast, “Broken: Jeffrey Epstein,” was named one of the 50 best podcasts of 2019 by The Atlantic and has more than three million downloads. Davidson has written for The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine and more, and is a leading broadcaster and podcasting voice who cofounded and co-hosted NPR’s Planet Money and served as a frequent contributor to This American Life. His co-reporting on the episode “The Giant Pool of Money” for This American Life received the Peabody, DuPont-Columbia, and Polk Awards and was named one of the top works of journalism of the decade by New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. In addition, he has previously worked with Adam McKay as a co-host of Gimlet Media’s Surprisingly Awesome podcast. Mayer, who started her career in radio as a producer across multiple shows at WNYC New York Public Radio including the Fishko Files and On the Media, is a highly accomplished podcast producer. She previously oversaw all podcast production and launched dozens of shows for Panoply Media and also led the first season of production of Revisionist History. Most recently, she was the Executive Producer for Show Development at Stitcher where she developed and produced numerous projects for the company’s comedy-focused Earwolf network and Stitcher label.