The Premiere In-retail
Cannabis Lifestyle Network

Enjoy
the Wait

The APOP Network is a network of televisions located in dispensary waiting rooms, head shops, and doctors offices feature a combination of cannabis driven entertainment, education and commercials. We help cannabis brands reach users at point of purchase and split the advertising revenue with our dispensary partners. Click below to learn more about our products and services.

What We Do

We create marketing solutions to solve the problems we experienced as retail and brand operators.

@POP
IN RETAIL
AD NETWORK

@POP AD NETWORK helps brands place strategic advertisements within our network of dispensary retail partners.

EZMENU.TV
SMART MENU
PLATFORM

EZMENU.TV lets dispensary operators build and manage, smart and robust menus in just a few clicks.

IN-HOUSE
CREATIVE
& PRODUCTION

Our team of up and coming and established creatives can build high-quality commercials and branded content on any budget.

Latest News

MERRY JANE: New Legislation Would Allow Indoor Cannabis Smoking Lounges in Oregon

MERRY JANE: New Legislation Would Allow Indoor Cannabis Smoking Lounges in Oregon

A new bill making its way through Oregon’s state house would create a system that allows for marijuana consumption at licensed events and locations.

If passed, Senate Bill 307 would “Provide for regulation by Oregon Liquor Control Commission of consumption and sale of marijuana items at temporary events, including licensure of premises on which temporary events are held and provide for regulation by commission of consumption of marijuana items at cannabis lounges, including licensure of premises where cannabis lounges are located.”

The regulations would go into effect at the beginning of next year and that means that concert venues, convention centers and other businesses would be able to apply for indoor consumption licenses. All of the licenses would be regulated by the state’s liquor control commission, and be regulated similarly to Oregon bars.

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VOICE OF AMERICA: US Marijuana Industry Anxiously Awaits New Attorney General’s Cannabis Position

VOICE OF AMERICA: US Marijuana Industry Anxiously Awaits New Attorney General’s Cannabis Position

Marijuana, also known as cannabis, is now legal in 28 U.S. states for either medical or recreational use. Of those states, four legalized recreational marijuana just last November. As public support for pot grows, so does the multibillion-dollar legal cannabis industry. While marijuana is legal in many states, U.S. federal law still considers it illegal. VOA’s Elizabeth Lee explains this contradiction and the anxiety over the future of the cannabis industry under the Trump administration.

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LOS ANGELES TIMES: How and where to attend cannabis-infused dinners (and a cooking class) in Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES TIMES: How and where to attend cannabis-infused dinners (and a cooking class) in Los Angeles

There are more reasons than ever for Angelenos to explore marijuana. In November, California passed Proposition 64, which legalized the recreational use of marijuana for adults, and the sale of recreational marijuana in retail locations in 2018. While most are more familiar with smoking marijuana, some like to eat cannabis as well.

Recently, eating cannabis has evolved beyond brownies and gummy bears, into tasting menus. Enter the pop-up dinner party. It is in these temporary spaces that chefs are not only infusing but also accentuating and pairing food with weed — even down to the strain of the plant. These chefs are using tinctures, oils, butters and terpenes (aromatic cannabis agents extracted via vaporization). Diners are provided a certain dosage, typically 50 mg, designed to give people a desired high and allow them to be sated over a two- to three-hour meal. The pop-up dinners take place on private property, with waiver signage, pre-event ticketing and on-site marijuana card verification.

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