Jeff Rense hosts a radio show called The Jeff Rense Program. He describes his show as “genuine journalism, intellect, reason, care and concern, and true inquiry” and his guests as a “unique and world-renowned core of truly memorable journalists, authors and researchers” that are the “best of the best.” Topics covered include geopolitical analysis, UFOs and the paranormal and health and environmental issues.
As with Rense’s website, his radio show has a strong alarmist and defeatist slant.
The show can be listened to free on a 16k live feed and immediately following this, on a refeed. Paid subscribers have access to higher-quality feeds, as well as to archives of the show.
The internet-based Rense Radio Network, also run by Rense, has a handful of hosts that together provide 45 hours per week of live content, the remainder of the schedule being padded out with repeats.
Rense Radio–through both its hosts and guests–has been accused of being anti-Jewish, racist, white-Supremacist, sexist and homophobic; of promoting hatred; and of defending Holocaust denial or “revisionism.”
Is there any truth to these accusations? While no one denies their right to free speech, are guests and hosts who appear on the Rense Radio network respectful of people who are of a different race, religion or sexual orientation? Do they have honesty and integrity, and do they represent themselves and their backgrounds truthfully? Just as they hold the leaders of our countries and industries to high standards, so too should their listeners hold them–the leaders of the Truth Movement–to the same standard.
 About Jeff Rense. Retrieved 14 April 2012.