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Colorado Public Television (CPT12)
Colorado Public Television (CPT12)
Colorado Public Television (CPT12)

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Colorado Public Television is a national beacon and industry leader in public media. The station courageously broadcasts content that offers candid reports on social, political, economic and other divisive issues of the day. Find more information about our Public Television episodes here:

On November 17th, 2013 - Denver, CO – Colorado Public Television (CPT12) will begin to air “Conscious Evolution Media Network Shows (CEM). CEM presents the first 12 episodes of “The New Health Conversation” television series. These presentations will feature Peter Greenlaw-Author, Public Speaker, Coach Steve Toth Moderator and Executive Producer, Dr. John Gray Author, Dr. Bill Andrews Scientist, Dr. Michael Colgan, Dr. Dennis Harper Osteopathic Medicine, Douglas Lloyd Freel Film Director, Melanie Warner Author-Journalist and 2 episodes of The Heart of Art with Elisa Brown Singer Songwriter and Grammy Award winning Barry Goldstein Producer-Author-Musician.

Future programs will include episodes from CEM Productions, CEM’s Internet-TV shows and the Living Consciously-TV show featuring Dr. Eric Pearl Founder of The Reconnection, George Cappannelli of AgeNation and others.

The New Health Conversation show educates and answers the public’s tough questions about the increase in illnesses caused by toxicity in our food supply and environment and it includes providing solutions.

Peter Greenlaw is the co-author of Why Diets are Failing Us and the upcoming book, The TDOS Syndrome. Peter Greenlaw’s studies included reading over 500 books and more than 10,000 hours of research. Peter reveals a fresh new approach to talking about health, diet, nutrition, and TDOS, which he calls the New Health Conversation. His research was accelerated by his work with Dr. Bill Andrews (PHD in population genetics and molecular biology who is responsible for discovering the enzyme telomerase that is the key to aging).

“CPT12 has a legacy of supporting independent voices – those of filmmakers, artists and innovators,” said Shari Bernson, Director of Development at CPT12. “The station continues to build on a long history of airing content that is ahead of the mainstream media. Our viewers and supporters have let us know that they like to think for themselves and we strive to provide access to new talent as well as information to help empower people to make their own discoveries and decisions.”

Bernson continued, “Our track record for being ahead of the curve is ripe with examples from local to international music, art, spirituality and Transparency Content – programs that examine and question the world we live in, ranging from alternative and natural health & wellness to factory farming, GMOs or genetically modified organisms, crop circles, the events of 9/11, and the environment. CPT12 provides a forum for public discussion and we invite you to participate!”

Directed and Produced by Coach Steve Toth, this television series provides first person testimonials and documented proof of the issues and challenges we are all faced with regarding our health and well being.

Future network episodes will include shows dealing with our relationships, finances, self-evolution, careers, environment and spirituality.

Peter Greenlaw stated, “If you don’t believe me that the TDOS SYNDROME™ (toxicity, deficiency of nutrients, overweight and stress) is doing significant damage to people, check the medical and nutritional statistics. One constant throughout the years is that the nutritional content of our food continues to decrease, while toxins in our food supply increase. Here are just a few of the numerous statistics.”

• In 1997 UCLA conducted a study of the effects of iron. They had a sample of spinach grown back in 1953. After comparing samples of that spinach with spinach grown 1997, it was concluded that you would have to eat 43 bowls of spinach in 1997 to equal just 1 bowl in 1953!
• According to the American Cancer Society study in 1990, one in 15 women got breast cancer. Today it is one in eight. If the current trend continues, in another ten years it will be one in three.
• In a study done by the Environmental Working Group, in conjunction with the American Red Cross, they tested the cord blood of new born infants and found an average of 287 toxic chemicals; including 180 toxins that cause cancer.
Brian Alexander, an NBC News contributor, reported, “The percentage of American children and adolescents ages 8 to 17 who have high blood pressure climbed 27 percent over 13 years, according to researchers from Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women's Hospital and other institutions funded by the National Institutes of Health.”

Elisa Brown originally trained as a classical singer, soprano Elisa Brown has been a featured performer throughout the United States, singing a wide range of vocal styles. She has appeared on various stages, including at Carnegie Hall, and has performed extensively for The Zaraspe Foundation on behalf of UNESCO and other philanthropic organizations throughout the Americas and in Spain. Off-Broadway, she performed the lead role in the Italian Baroque-inspired “Spirito e Core” conducted by Kenneth Cooper, a show she created and produced.

“New World,” which was released on September 21, 2012, is Ms. Brown’s second solo album, following her debut solo album “The Ave Maria Experience”. (“This is truly an amazing CD! When you’re feeling down, need a little healing and connection with the Divine, or just needing energy quietly close your eyes and let Elisa’s voice and Barry’s music inspire.” —- Shirley MacLaine).

Elisa premiered two songs from “New World” in a live performance for the United Nations in Linzhou, Henan Province, China in their official event celebrating world peace, the “2012 UN World Peace Day – First China-Linzhou World Peace Art Exhibition” on September 21, 2012.

Elisa received her Bachelor of Music degree from The Cleveland Institute of Music and studied with internationally distinguished voice teachers Maria Powell, Josephine Mongiardo-Cooper, Maria Farnworth and Siri Rico.

Producer/author/musician Barry Goldstein’s musical experience spans many styles and genres, from co-producing the Grammy Award winning track “69 Freedom Special” with Les Paul for Best Rock Instrumental in 2005, to providing ambient music for Shirley Maclaine.

Mr. Goldstein has opened and shared space with New York Times Best-Selling Authors Wayne Dyer, Gregg Braden, Dannion Brinkley, and James Van Praagh Carolyn Myss, and Bruce Lipton. He has hosted radio shows, written articles and facilitates workshops on utilizing music, sound and vibration in the healing process. Barry believes strongly in the healing aspects of music and is a translator of Sacred Sound and Inspirational Song. His healing with music series “Ambiology” is being used globally as well as individually in hospitals, hospices, wellness centers, and individual practices. In addition, he has worked with The Monroe Institute and has facilitated at medical conferences on the healing aspects of music.

Our Cable-TV Shows are designed to focus on a local geographical area with the potential of building up a live audience in our cable studio. Our Cable-TV Channels include: Living Consciously-TV, The New Health Conversation-TV and The Divorce Project-TV. Watch any of our Live Cable-TV shows here:

Many thanks for you and for the wonderful opportunity. I not only had fun but also felt that there was a lot of synergy among all of us and hope that we conveyed valuable info to the viewers.-Dr Jo Anne White,International Author & Speaker-Certified Professional Coach