The Pulse provides investigative journalism & analysis on current events, science, consciousness, solutions & more – with an inquiry into how current paradigms shape our society.
After 14 years running a news and personal transformation brand, The Pulse was born from curious minds seeking to fill a void in modern journalism. Recognizing that political bias infects much of mainstream and independent media today, and that balance is missing in investigative inquiry, The Pulse looks to transparently bring a different discussion to the table that isn’t confined by lenses that divide.
Further, and true to mission, The Pulse is built on a new and evolutionary approach to media that can be seen as ‘trauma informed,’ although there’s no real word to define it quite yet. We not only seek to inform, but also radically solve challenges we face as humans, which means asking ‘why’ down to thei core. This means personal transformation plays a role in our work and how we frame stories.
Over a decade of experience has led our team to put forth the idea that it isn’t through typical partisan media and our current political systems that we will create a better world, it’s through addressing the underlying paradigms and world views that create our society. This is why The Pulse brings it back to an “inquiry into how current paradigms shape our society.”
We operate under the core feeling that humanity is capable of living in a world where we can truly thrive. It’s not enough to simply wish for a better world, and it’s not enough to simply point at problems without examining what thinking is leading to them and what solutions can be built to move forward.
We must examine what’s happening with journalistic integrity and rigor – beyond political bias and corporate interests, while simultaneously looking towards personal transformation.
Transparency is always important, and thus, The Pulse is an independent company, self funded by its founders. We stay up and running through support from our viewers, but make a strong commitment not to get stuck in simply providing what ‘our audience wants,’ but stick to what’s true and most serving.
To reach out to us for interviews, news tips, corrections or other inquiries, please email us at email@example.com
Editorial Director/Journalist: Joe Martino
Senior Journalist: Arjun Walia
Creative Director: Ruby Peralta
Madhava Setty, MD