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Tenderfoot TV & Campside Media Ink Multi-Show Deal; Set First Slate Led By ‘Radical’ Documentary

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EXCLUSIVE: Tenderfoot TV, the podcast company behind series such as To Live and Die in LA and Up and Vanished, and Campside Media, the company behind the Chameleon podcast franchise, have closed a multi-show deal and announced their first slate.

Their first two series, Radical and Cop City, are focused on stories from Atlanta, GA, and intersect social justice, true crime and journalism.

Investigative documentary podcast Radical, distributed by iHeartPodcasts, premieres December 5. It tells the story of Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, a Muslim leader who was convicted of shooting two sheriff’s deputies — one fatally —in 2000, outside a mosque in one of Atlanta’s oldest neighborhoods.

Prior to converting to Islam, Al-Amin was known as the Black Power activist H. Rap Brown, and was one of the most polarizing figures of the movement, gaining a reputation as a charismatic orator and passionate revolutionary.

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