Global Peace Media is creating a new global strategy in media, arts,
and entertainment with the Global Vision television show.

Global Peace Media was established in 1989 and is based in San Francisco. It has aired over 500 Global Vision television programs focused on multi-cultural and global issues over 30 cable TV stations in California and beyond. These shows have also aired on NPR and local radio stations and have recently been offered air time on both a national cable TV station and an international radio station that reaches 100 countries.

In addition, the Women's International Film and Video Festival highlighted shows from Global Vision's "WOMEN TODAY" series. "WOMEN TODAY" featured many prominent women including Gloria Steinem, Barbara Boxer, and Helen Caldicott.

Global Vision programs feature the efforts of people and groups working toward social change in today's multi-faceted global communities. The programs consist of innovative ongoing series, whose show formats combine interviews, discussions, events coverage as well as live performances by various artists. The non-partisan, non-sectarian series allows media access, free of charge, to many culturally and philosophically diverse groups and individuals.

Because the media, particularly television, exerts an exceptional influence in our society, Global Vision programs can support social change by providing the public with viewpoints and visions often ignored by the commercial media.

Imagine
• a world with no violence, abuse or racism
• a world not set on consuming itself into extinction
• a world with no pain...
• HARD, ISN'T IT?
• Now imagine that you do make a difference ­
  YOU JUST NEED A VOICE.

GLOABAL VISION TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS

GLOBAL VISION programs are designed to TELL-A-VISION of the healthier ways of living on the planet.

Weekly Global Vision broadcasts often include unusual footage from independent producers around the world. The innovative format combines interviews, discussions, events coverage and live performances by various artists and provides non-partisan, non-sectarian media access to many culturally and philosophically diverse groups and individuals.

Recent shows have featured segments on the changing role of women around the globe, holistic education, modern spiritual life, art rituals, environmental ethics, the role of music in healing and included interviews with social activists and artists such as Dr. Fritjof Capra, Helen Caldicott, Gloria Steinem and Carlos Santana.

Azarra Lanteri, founder and Executive Producer considers the program as a place to showcase ideas and people working in some way toward personal and global change.

"We focus on positive, constructive approaches to creating important changes whether they be concerning peace, social and economic justice, environmental concerns or multi-cultural arts & entertainment for the overall enhancement of the human spirit."

The list of shows includes:

• IMAGE OF HER
• JUSTICE VILLE ­ HOMELESS IN AMERICA
• WE WONąT GO BACK
• SACRED SOUNDS
• EARTH ALIVE
• CITIZEN ACTIVISM
• BREAD AND ROSES
• THIRD STONE FROM THE SUN
• MINDWALK
• ECOPERFORMANCE
• HEALTH & WELLNESS
• EDUCATION IN THE GLOBAL AGE
• THE CHALICE AND THE BLADE CO-CREATIVE PARTNERSHIPS

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