Southern Fried Radio Announced Departure of Christopher Seaton

Long time contributor, Christopher Seaton, has announced his departure from Southern Fried Radio. He cites that he would like to pursue other creative endeavors. He leaves his post as the host of Southern Fried Radio’s news and politics show, The Sit Down. Fault Lines Radio will also be leaving the Southern Fried Radio Network.

 

‘I can not stress how disappointed I am in this development.’, said Southern Fried Radio Director, Aaron Campbell. ‘Chris has been a part of this since day 1 after That Midday Show was announced. His decision to leave is one that I am not fond of, but I wish him the best.’

 

In a statement released on his Periscope, Seaton had this to say, ‘This was not an easy decision for me to make. This was not really a thing I wanted to do, but I am grateful for the time, energy and effort that my producer, Aaron Campbell and the entire Southern Fried Radio Network put in. I think three season was a wonderful thing and I am incredibly grateful to Aaron Campbell for allowing me to pursue this thing that needs to be pursued. “

 

The Sit Down will continue as we being the search for a new host. An interim host for The Sit Down will be named in the coming days.

 

Southern Fried Radio is produced by Southern Fried Media and based out of Knoxville, Tennessee and Los Angeles, California. For more information about the extended family of Southern Fried Radio shows, visit www.southernfriedradio.net.

Fault Lines Radio Joins Southern Fried Radio Network

MARCH 14, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

For two years, the online legal magazine Fault Lines informed and enlightened readers about the cracks in America’s criminal justice system. Now, Southern Fried Radio is pleased to bring Fault Lines back under its successful network of podcasts as Fault Lines Radio.

Hosted by Christopher Seaton (criminal defense lawyer and former Fault Lines contributor), each week names Fault Lines fans read and loved like Mario Machado, David Meyer-Lindenberg, Caleb Kruckenberg, and Noel Erinjeri will lend their unique expertise and insight to a different facet of America’s criminal justice system.

Other guests will include CNN columnists, prominent attorneys at the forefront of criminal law, and more.

“Being a part of Fault Lines was an incredible experience, and I’m glad to bring it back,” said host Christopher Seaton. “The format lends itself to the podcast world, and I can promise you while you’re going to get your Fault Lines fix this new environment will bring you different perspectives and insights you’ve never seen before.”

“I’m excited and honored to bring Fault Lines to the Southern Fried Radio family,” said producer Aaron Campbell. “Fault Lines is an established presence in the legal world with brilliant contributors, and Southern Fried Radio is all the better for bringing it back.”

“It’s truly a win for everyone but those who don’t listen.”

Interested parties can listen each week to Fault Lines Radio at www.faultlinesradioshow.com or the podcast platform of their choice.

Southern Fried Radio is produced by Southern Fried Media and based out of Knoxville, Tennessee and Los Angeles, California. For more information about the extended family of Southern Fried Radio shows, visit www.southernfriedradio.net.