06/22/2022

COME HANG OUT WITH US!

July 13- 16, Ben Swann and Sovren will be at FreedomFest 2022 at The Mirage in Las Vegas, NV!

Among many other incredible speakers, Ben will be presenting "How to Break Big Tech Control Over Information" on July 14th at 3:10pm and he’ll also be moderating the Big Crypto Debate on Friday July 15th at 2:10pm.

There will also be the opportunity to hang out with some of the Sovren staff and Ben at booth 414. We can’t wait to see you all there!

Tickets are on sale now—and be sure to use the code “Sovren50” to get $50 OFF the regular rate!

FreedomFest will have thousands of liberty-focused minds all gathered in one place, and with a chance to see Sovren CEO Ben Swann in action—you DON’T want to miss out!

Buy your tickets $50 off today and come join the freedom! https://www.FreedomFest.com

06/09/2022

Sovren to present "The Viral Delusion" documentary series: the extraordinary untold story behind the pandemic

ATLANTA – In its mission of guaranteeing a free and open platform for independent media, Sovren is proud to announce that it will be hosting Mike Wallach’s new documentary series, The Viral Delusion.

A five-part series, The Viral Delusion explores the history of viral diseases — from polio to the plague, smallpox to AIDS — placing the SARS-Cov2 pandemic into a whole new light not as settled science, but a consequence of misunderstood biology.

“The Viral Delusion series is a deep dive into not only the narrative about the origins of Covid, but the history of narratives that have surrounded virology and disease going back many decades. This is a documentary that so carefully and meticulously provides other perspectives- perspectives that have been banned from conventional platforms,” said Ben Swann, founder and CEO of Sovren. “We are proud to present this series at Sovren, where it will not be flagged or removed. This documentary is a must-see and fits in perfectly with the vision of the Sovren platform.”

Wallach, the director of the film, is a screenwriter and executive producer with degrees from Cornell University and Columbia University. Before entering the film industry, Wallach served as a presidential management fellow in the State Department, where his reports were delivered directly to the White House, the Pentagon, and the National Security Council.

His first film, The Bay (2012), a critically acclaimed ecological thriller, was directed by Barry Levinson (Wag The Dog, Good Morning Vietnam), produced by Jason Blum and Steven Schneider, and distributed globally by Lionsgate Films. Wallach is currently also the screenwriter and executive producer of The Politics of Heroin, a script adapted from the classic non-fiction book of the same name.

“This is the story of the century,” says Wallach. "It's just absurd that numerous doctors and scientists have pointed out extraordinary and obvious flaws in the papers that were used to claim the pandemic and it's gone almost entirely unreported. I’m honored to be a part of sharing this story – it's vital to our health, our politics and our basic sanity, but in a sane world, major news outlets would have reported this from the beginning."

Sovren’s goal is “to create an uncensored, blockchain-based, decentralized news and entertainment platform with a funding mechanism for independent media.” For more information on Sovren’s work, please visit https://isegoria.com or contact Reed Cooley at reed@isegoria.com.

06/03/2022

Sovren expands leadership team once again as Jeanne Sheffield set to join company as marketing director!

ATLANTA – Sovren has again brought more world-class talent onto its team, as the ambitious

Formerly known as ISE.Media, Sovren was founded in 2018 by two-time Emmy Award-winning journalist Ben Swann. This week, the company announced it has added Jeanne Sheffield to its leadership team as director of marketing.

“2022 has already been an explosive year for Sovren, and with smart, seasoned professionals like Jeanne on board, I have no doubt Sovren will soon become a household name,” said Swann.

Sheffield comes to Sovren with 22 years of experience in integrated marketing, advertising, public relations, and corporate strategy, with 13 years in senior management across multiple Fortune 100 firms. At Sovren, she will be responsible for building and executing marketing campaigns designed to maximize brand awareness and revenue growth on a global scale. Sheffield holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in foreign languages from the University of Cincinnati and an MBA from Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management.

“Working alongside Ben Swann and the rest of the team at Sovren is an absolute pleasure,” said Sheffield. “With censorship sweeping every corner of public discourse today, it is nearly impossible to emphasize the need for uncensored, parallel platforms committed to upholding free speech.”

Sovren’s goal is “to create an uncensored, blockchain-based, decentralized news and entertainment platform with a funding mechanism for independent media.” For more information on Sovren’s work, please visit https://isegoria.com or contact Reed Cooley at reed@isegoria.com.

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05/27/2022

Sovren protects video evidence of US involvement in 2014 Ukraine coup as YouTube runs cover for deep state

ATLANTA – The most complete evidence of the U.S. government’s involvement in the 2014 coup in Ukraine has just been removed from YouTube.

This week, the social media platform took down an intercepted video of a leaked conversation between then-Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland and then-U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt, in which the two discuss who will lead a new government just weeks before the violent coup against Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych. The video had been up for eight years.

“By shamelessly censoring the truth behind the U.S. state department’s role in a coup against a democratically elected foreign head of state, YouTube has outed itself, once again, as nothing more than an extension of the neoliberal order,” said Ben Swann, Sovren founder and CEO. “Moments like this are precisely why Sovren is stepping up to provide truth-oriented individuals with a place where they can create and connect free from Silicon Valley’s tyranny.”

Bring Our Troops Home, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending American involvement in endless foreign wars, published the video to Sovren, where it will remain protected from Orwellian Big Tech suppression.

Consortium News republished the video transcript to their website to protect it from being destroyed. The BBC originally published the transcript in February 2014—just 14 days before Yanukovych was overthrown.

Sovren’s goal is “to create an uncensored, blockchain-based, decentralized news and entertainment platform with a funding mechanism for independent media.” For more information on Sovren’s work, please visit https://isegoria.com or contact Reed Cooley at reed@isegoria.com.

05/23/2022

ATLANTA – Sovren is thrilled to announce the newest addition to its rapidly expanding team, as the ambitious challenger to Big Tech prepares to take its mission to the next level…

Formerly known as ISE.Media, Sovren was founded in 2018 by two-time Emmy Award-winning journalist Ben Swann. This week, the company announced it has added Reed Cooley to its leadership team as director of communications.

“Make no mistake: 2022 is going to be a year of remarkable growth for Sovren, and we look forward to seeing all the potential our future holds in the years to come,” said Swann. “My confidence in Sovren’s success increases every day, especially as we continue to bring on people who have what it takes to win the war for free speech and who can help us to fight back against Big Tech collusion.”

Cooley is known for his public relations work across the political industry. In addition to contributing to several political campaigns on the federal, state, and local levels, he served as vice president of communications at libertarian student organization Young Americans for Liberty (YAL), where he built the company’s communications and marketing programs over several years.

“When I heard about Sovren’s work, I knew this was a team I wanted to be a part of,” said Cooley. “It is so difficult to emphasize the importance of defeating Big Tech censorship and guaranteeing freedom of speech for future generations, especially at this critical point in our country’s history. If we do not have the liberty or the means of engaging in free, open discourse, freedom in any other sense is an impossibility.”

Sovren’s goal is “to create an uncensored, blockchain-based, decentralized news and entertainment platform with a funding mechanism for independent media.” For more information on Sovren’s work, please visit https://isegoria.com or contact @ReedCooley at reed@isegoria.com.