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Genesis Communications Network

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Genesis Communications Network
Type of site
Radio network
Available inEnglish
OwnerTed Anderson, Genesis Communications Network Inc.
Launched1998; 22 years ago (1998)
Current statusActive

The Genesis Communications Network, sometimes referred to as GCN, is a radio network created in 1998, owned by Ted Anderson. The network currently produces over 75 shows, distributed on more than 830 radio stations nationwide while also airing a handful of programs on America's Talk Radio as well as on shortwave. The network is known for programming; Alex Jones is its most prominent syndicated personality.

History and programming

Ted Anderson is the owner of the Genesis Communications Network.[1] Anderson created the network in 1998 "as a way to promote his company, Midas Resources, a precious metals firm which as of September 11, 2015, Theodore Anderson's bullion coin representative registration. No. 40389579, was revoked. Further, Theodore Anderson was prohibited from being an owner, officer, member, or shareholder of any entity that holds a bullion coin dealer registration in the State of Minnesota for two years.[2][3] Based in Minnesota, the network carries "a lot of conspiracy talk radio".[3] "By far the biggest star" on the network is Alex Jones, a conspiracy theorist who became one of Genesis Communications Network's first personalities in 1998.[3] Alex Jones promotes many conspiracy theories, including 9/11 conspiracy theories and claims that the Boston Marathon bombing, Washington Navy Yard shooting, and other events "are actually 'false flag' operations" by the U.S. government "or evil 'globalist' forces planning to take over the world."[3][1] Jones' syndication with the network allowed him to reach a much larger audience; "[a]lmost overnight, he was on a hundred stations."[3]

Legal issues

In May 2018, Genesis Communications Network and Midas Resources were named in a defamation lawsuit brought against Alex Jones and his syndicators. The suit was brought by the families of six victims killed at Sandy Hook Elementary and an FBI agent who was at the scene.[4][5]

Shows and personalities

The network's shows include:

Brokered programming, mostly for alternative medical products, fills out the rest of the schedules.

Jeff Rense was carried by Genesis Communications Network after the Premiere Radio Networks, which dropped it the late 1990s. GCN took over distribution at that time, and carried the show through August 2009, at which point he pulled the show from the network after he accused fellow GCN host Alex Jones of terrorizing his family.

Psychologist Joy Browne hosted her nationally syndicated program on the network in the last few years before her death.[6] Genesis continues to air her old shows.


  1. ^ a b Extremist Files: Alex Jones, Southern Poverty Law Center (last accessed February 19, 2017.
  2. ^ "Midas Resources, Inc. Review - Gold, Silver & Platinum Dealers in Burnsville, MN - BBB Business Review - BBB serving Minnesota and North Dakota". 2016-04-22. Retrieved 2019-03-29.
  3. ^ a b c d e Nate Blakeslee, Alex Jones Is About To Explode, Texas Monthly (March 2010).
  4. ^ Moini, Nina. "Minnesota companies named as defendants in defamation lawsuit filed by Sandy Hook families". Retrieved 2018-05-25.
  5. ^ "Sandy Hook Families, FBI Agent File Defamation Lawsuit Against Alex Jones -". Retrieved 2018-05-25.
  6. ^ Sam Roberts, Dr. Joy Browne, Long-Running Psychologist of the Airwaves, Dies at 71, New York Times (August 31, 2016).

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