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Websites www.premrawat.com Prem Rawat’s personal website www.tprf.org The Prem Rawat Foundation is dedicated to promoting and disseminating the lectures, speeches, art, music, and public forums of Prem Rawat. Get the latest about TPRF at http://www.tprf.org/about-tprf/. This website contains selected excerpts from his addresses, available for browsing and download, as well as audiovisual materials available for purchase online.

Television Broadcasts

From the TPRF Website: http://www.tprf.org/tprf-launches-television-broadcasts-across-u-s/ The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) is set to launch its first multi-state television broadcast program this month, sharing its founder’s message of peace with viewers in five major cities across the U.S. The initiative builds off of success at a station in Phoenix, Arizona, where a winter pilot program set viewership records in the twelfth biggest television market in the country. Produced by TPRF, the 10-week television series featured footage of Prem Rawat’s international talks about personal peace. The program aired across most of the state every Saturday morning at 11:30 on KTVK, a popular channel, which also broadcasts local news and shows such as Jeopardy. The highest viewership rating the station had seen in the previous five years during that time slot had been 2.5. In comparison, the TPRF broadcast reached a ratings peak of 11. That translates to an audience of about 36,000 individual people. “We’ve always asked the question: how best can we help promote Prem Rawat’s message? There was a good strategy to put his message on TV in an impactful way,” says Matt Altman, a volunteer who initiated the television series and who serves as secretary of the foundation’s board of directors. “I know there were some people who called TPRF thanking us for the content that was put on.” He adds that officials at the station not only liked the content but were “very surprised and impressed with the ratings.” In fact, the shows proved so popular that, with a little outreach from Altman and others, the broadcast quickly attracted commercial sponsorship that helped offset programming costs. “I didn’t expect to have sponsors this quick,” says Altman. “The whole thought process around TV was to build an audience and a sustainable model that can be replicated in other markets.” TPRF will continue its TV strategy as it begins to air the television series in San Francisco, Seattle, Miami, and Austin. In each market, the program will be broadcast by similarly popular stations at good times of day for viewership, which will be measured. Although TPRF is funding the initial launch, the idea is that the growing audience will attract interest from national sponsors to significantly help offset programing costs. “My hope is to build a sustainable model that allows Prem Rawat’s message of peace to be consistently on air,” says Altman. “For more and more people to understand that peace is possible and it begins with each one of us.”

Upcoming Broadcast Start Dates:

March 14, Seattle, KSTW, 12:00 p.m. March 21, Miami, WBFS, 9:30 a.m. March 28, San Francisco, KBCW, 1:00 p.m. April 11, Austin, KNVA, 11:30 a.m.


 Local Meetings

Each city or area listed on this site holds local video presentations about Prem Rawat’s message. Guest speakers are occasionally scheduled before these video presentations. Click on the left navigation panel of the local selected city’s home page for a schedule of meetings in that area.

The Keys

Some people find their interest in Prem Rawat’s message grows to the point where they want to discover more about experiencing peace within. Prem Rawat offers a practical way to do this.

To help individuals prepare to learn the techniques he offers, Prem Rawat has created a self-paced learning process called The Keys, which are available on USB drive only. A USB drive can be purchased or borrowed from the local library.

To find out more about the Keys,
go to Path To Knowledge

To purchase Audio Visual materials online, please visit:
The Prem Rawat Foundation

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