Anna Faris has signed an agreement with podcast service Acast that will see her use dynamic ad insertion on each ad and sponsored segment of her show Anna Faris is ineligible.
With Acast, advertisers will be able to use the company’s advertising marketplace or use an in-house creative team to place premium spots on the Acast library, which now includes interviews and shows. Faris’s advice. For the first time, listeners will also hear tailored ads in each episode of Unqualified.
“When I started Unqualified, for me, it’s been important to use it as a way for people to connect through the common experiences we all go through in life and relationships – to show that there’s more to them We come together rather than separate us,” Faris said in a statement. “I wanted to partner with a podcast company that shares those values and believes in empowering community by removing barriers between us. That company is Acast. ”
In his series, Faris interviews a celebrity guest, who then joins Faris in speaking to listeners and offering their “ineligible” advice on a range of relationships and problems. love. Recent guests include Matthew McConaughey, Seth Rogen, Cameron Diaz, Melissa McCarthy, Simu Liu, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kenan Thompson and Samin Nosrat.
Podcast, which was first launched in 2015 and will continue to be available on all major podcast platforms, was previously available with Public Media Marketing prior to joining Acast. Previous partnerships also include Cloud10 and iHeartMedia.
“Anna created this incredibly intimate space for people to have honest, funny, and enjoyable conversations about the experiences we all share. Her unique approach to community building is a prime example of what makes podcasting such a special medium,” said Veronika Taylor, svp of Acast’s Creator Network. “We’ll help Anna bring the show’s important conversations to more people around the world, ensuring it’s accessible to audiences everywhere.”
Anna Faris is not qualified produced by Michael Barrett, Rob Holysz, Jeph Porter and Kasper Selvig. Faris is represented by the UTA.