Penny Little – Creative Activism
Judah Freed – Global Sense
Global Sense Show episodes explore spirituality, personal growth, relationships, new media, economics, politics, our changing environment, and more. No topic is off limits. In this cutting-edge program, host Judah Freed and expert guests each week discuss local-to-global issues and personal choices that make global sense.
The goal of the Global Sense Show is empowering you to make a difference in the world. When we are aware that everything we think, feel, say, and do affects all life on earth and the planet itself, our enlightened consciousness influences all aspects of our daily lives — the way we live, love, learn, work, play, pray, and vote. Since everything we do changes the world, by design or default, we might as well choose to create the most positive world we can imagine. Welcome to the evolution revolution.
Judah Freed is an international journalist and the author of the award-winning book, Global Sense, featured on C-SPAN’s Book TV. Inspired by Thomas Paine’s classic essay, Common Sense, Global Sense is a practical guide to world enlightenment for these times that try our souls. A new edition of the book is forthcoming.
Judah brings proven interviewing talents to his Global Sense Show. Entering journalism in 1976, Judah Ken Freed covered local news in Colorado through the 1980s. He wrote for The Aurora Sun, Longmont Times-Call, The Denver Magazine, Colorado Expressions, American Humane, and the Rocky Mountain News. He helped launch Westword, then edited the Denver edition of Colorado Daily and The Denver Downtowner.
Starting in the 1990′s, he pioneered coverage of digital television and the Internet for the top U.S. and European media trade magazines, including Cablevision, Multicahnnel News, Inter@ctive Week, Euromedia, and TV Technology. He specialized in the development of interactive TV and distance learning. Financial Times in the UK published his 1998 book, Opportunities in Educational Television.
Most recently, Judah Freed served as editor of the international Mankind Project Journal. He writes occasional national media and politics columns for Examiner.com. He chiefly works as the special sections editor for The Garden Island newspaper on Kauai in Hawaii, where he moved in late 2010 to get married and build a new life with his new wife.
Beyond journalism, Judah qualifies as a an “old radio hand.” After rising in his youth from disk jockey to program director of his college radio station in southern Colorado, he later produced cultural affairs stories for Voice of America in the 1980s and news reports for NPR’s regional Thin Air series in the 1990s. From 2006 through 2009, he hosted the Metro talk show on public radio station KGNU in Denver.
Further, Judah Freed is experienced as an adult education and college teacher, public speaker (four continents so far), marketing consultant, book publishing coach, life coach, personal growth facilitator, vision quest guide, and energy healer.
If you wish to contact Judah Freed, perhaps to suggest a show topic or guest, please visit his websites, GlobalSense.com and JudahFreed.com. Please “like” the Global Sense Show on Facebook. Kindly follow Judah on Twitter @judahfreed.
Visit the complete Archive for the Global Sense Show with Judah Freed
Penny Little – Creative Activism
Eric Corey Freed – Green Architecture
Ray Brejcha – The Red Pill Experience
Matt diLorenzo – A Medical Intuitive’s View
Shel Horowitz – Ethical Marketing
Joan Hangarter – Miracle Makers Club
Jim Kenney – Thriving in the Cross-Current
Lisa Iverson – Family Constellations Work
Jordan Paul – How to be Your Own Hero
Gary Arlen – The Evolution of Television