The Premiere In-retail
Cannabis Lifestyle Network

Reach Cannabis
Consumers at
Point of Purchase

Our network of flat panel 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.

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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

PR NEWSWIRE: The Next Biggest Industry Could Potentially Be Cannabis

PR NEWSWIRE: The Next Biggest Industry Could Potentially Be Cannabis

The state of California is anticipated to triple the size of the legal cannabis market when the state begins issuing licenses in 2018, which makes up 12 percent of the United States, according to market research firm Cowen Group. Vivien Azer, a cannabis analyst at Cowen, believes the nation’s legal market will raise nine fold over the next decade, with consumers spending of $50 billion on recreational and medical marijuana by 2026. Lithium Corp (OTC: LITH), Medical Marijuana Inc. (OTC: MJNA), Cannabis Science Inc. (OTC: CBIS), Terra Tech Corporation (OTC: TRTC), Cannabics Pharmaceuticals Inc. (OTC: CNBX)

Whether you have bad or good thoughts about the election results, it was a good year for thus far for the cannabis industry. California, Massachusetts and Nevada and Maine legalized cannabis. These major states could be the reflection of the country’s changing opinions toward cannabis, both for medical and recreational purposes. Now more than 20 percent of Americans can use cannabis or marijuana legally.

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MERRY JANE: NFL Suspends Buffalo Bills’ Seantrel Henderson For Using Marijuana to Treat Crohn’s Disease

MERRY JANE: NFL Suspends Buffalo Bills’ Seantrel Henderson For Using Marijuana to Treat Crohn’s Disease

If you were to look at the way professional sports leagues treat cannabis as if they were states in the US, then the National Football League would likely represent Oklahoma. Being the incredibly physical and high risk sport that American football is, a number players have come out to advocate cannabis as a replacement for highly addictive opiates.

Although the NFL has dropped minor hints that they’re considering a change in their harsh marijuana policy sometime in the near future, the punishment for having cannabis show up on a drug test remains one of the worst actions in the eyes of the league. Though many players have been handed lengthy suspensions for marijuana use, there aren’t many instances like Buffalo Bills right tackle Seantrel Henderson’s.

 

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LEAFLY: First Vape Lounge for Cannabis Patients Opens in Rome

LEAFLY: First Vape Lounge for Cannabis Patients Opens in Rome

Of the districts in Rome to visit for their nightlife, San Lorenzo isn’t the most glamorous—it’s no Trastevere or Pigneto—but it may be the most intimate. Which makes it a fitting home for Rome’s first cannabis vape lounge. Founded by patients, Canapa Caffé not only serves food and drinks made with hemp, it also allows on-site consumption by registered medical patients.

“It’s a new, risky thing, but it’s needed,” co-founder Carlo Monaco told Leafly, noting that Italian patients currently have very few places to consume. “Officially we cannot vape here, only in our homes.”

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