Tenderfoot TV to produce six new podcasts with Cadence13

Cadence13 and Tenderfoot TV, the production team behind Up and Vanished, have entered a partnership for a new slate of podcasts. The deal covers six shows that will expand on Tenderfoot TV’s existing expertise in the true crime space. The first podcast from this partnership is To Live and Die in L.A., which will be hosted and written by Rolling Stone contributing editor Neil Strauss. The show is slated for a debut in February. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Strauss will attempt to uncover the truth of a criminal investigation in real time in the podcast. The partnership will also see Payne Lindsey, host of Up and Vanished, at the helm of another currently untitled podcast.

“The core of what we do at Tenderfoot, no matter the project, is to tell stories in a way that makes people truly listen,” Lindsey said. “This partnership with Cadence13 opens the door to new creative opportunities, expanding the stories we tell in both the unscripted and scripted spaces. I look forward to continuing to create hard-hitting content that listeners haven’t experienced before.”

“With the success we’re having together on Up and Vanished, we’re thrilled to extend our relationship with the hottest production company in the true crime genre and build out an entire slate of new stories,” said Cadence13 Chief Content Officer Chris Corcoran.

Tenderfoot TV is a joint operation by Lindsey, a director and independent filmmaker, and music industry veteran Donald Albright. In addition to Up and Vanished, the content creation company’s podcast roster includes Atlanta Monster and the upcoming Monster: The Zodiac Killer in collaboration with HowStuffWorks.

Anna Washenko


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