Gaiam TV Launches a New Series That Examines Mysterious Claims, Conspiracies and Unexplained Phenomena

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Phenomena, a new streaming TV series with Regina Meredith, brings provocative, controversial topics from the unseen to the unknown into the light of day. With discussions ranging from other world encounters to telekinesis, this dynamic new series allows viewers to come to their own conclusions on the topics.

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Viewers come to Gaiam TV to go deeper into their understanding of the unknown. Regina shines a light on many of the topics without the hype of sensationalism.

This Halloween, Gaiam TV debuts program dedicated to exploring all things strange, mystical and other-wordly.

Fans of supernatural stories will find the new Gaiam TV series Phenomena a fascinating half-hour of eye-witness video and photographs, along with interviews and firsthand accounts covering everything from UFOs to paranormal activity and unexplained experiences. Phenomena explores these subjects on a deeper level than programs found on mainstream cable, such as Ancient Aliens. This Halloween, Phenomena debuts with a two-episode special on unexplained encounters and remote viewing.

Host Regina Meredith takes an open and curious approach to her interviews as she addresses various topics in each episode of Phenomena, welcoming the audience to join her in shining a light on the great mysteries of the world.

"For the past three decades I have chased stories from spiritual unfolding, government cover-ups, extraterrestrial contact and much more as both a journalist and as a human being," said Meredith, who is excited to be heading up this new series.

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About five years ago, Regina and her husband Scott created Conscious Media Network, which has now merged with Gaiam TV to create thought-provoking programming not found in mainstream news and entertainment media.

"Viewers come to Gaiam TV to go deeper into their understanding of the unknown. Regina shines a light on many of the topics without the hype of sensationalism so that our viewers can make up their own minds on topics that are out of the mainstream but still a part of our lives," said Paul Richardson, Gaiam TV vice president of marketing.

Gaiam TV is currently offering a free 10-day trial to explore Phenomena and the rest of its vast library of videos and movies. Those who wish to subscribe to the service pay just $9.95 per month, and may cancel membership at any time. Like Netflix, subscribers may stream content on demand for viewing with no limits and no commercial advertising. Gaiam TV is available on a variety of platforms including iPad, iPhone and Roku.

About Gaiam TV

Gaiam TV is a streaming video subscription service that offers exclusive, ad-free streaming of over 5,000 films, documentaries and original programs dedicated to transformational media, alternative knowledge, personal growth and spirituality, featuring luminaries like Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer, the Dalai Lama and more. Along with its transformational content, Gaiam TV also features the world's largest online library of yoga, fitness and wellness videos, featuring renowned instructors like Rodney Yee, Jillian Michaels, Seane Corn, Mari Winsor and more. In addition, Gaiam TV offers original programming that takes viewers to the edges of reality through dynamic discussions on controversial topics. Gaiam TV is available on Roku, Sony PlayStation 3, select Sony Blu-ray players, Apple TV, iPad and iPhone. It is available for $9.95/month with a free 10-day trial. Gaiam TV is a division of Gaiam, Inc. (NASDAQ: GAIA). For more information, visit

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