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: Pennsylvania Town Looks to Medical Cannabis Industry to Replace Lost Steel Jobs

MERRY JANE: Pennsylvania Town Looks to Medical Cannabis Industry to Replace Lost Steel Jobs

As President Trump continues to make unrealistic promises about bringing steel and mining jobs back into the United States, one region in Pennsylvania is looking at the medical cannabis industry as a viable replacement. The impoverished town of Braddock’s local economy was ravished by industrial demise, and they’ve also been battling the troubling rise in opioid addiction among residents.

However, local leaders are aiming to obtain permission from the state to construct a new cannabis cultivation facility, hoping that this lucrative industry can serve as a replacement to the town’s decimated steel industry. Since the 1980s, Braddock has been reeling from cutbacks in the steel industry.

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CNBC: Canada to legalize Cannabis from next year: report

CNBC: Canada to legalize Cannabis from next year: report

Canadians will be free to smoke and grow their own cannabis from next July under new laws which legalize the possession of marijuana for personal consumption, according to reports from Canadian national broadcaster CBC News.

The new freedoms, which were presented to the Liberal government over the weekend by MP Bill Blair, will be announced during the week of April 10 before being written into law in time for Canada Day on July 1, 2018, according to reports from Canadian national broadcaster CBC News.

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THE CANNABIST: Synthetic THC drug Syndros poised for Schedule II classification

THE CANNABIST: Synthetic THC drug Syndros poised for Schedule II classification

A synthetic THC drug just cleared a federal regulatory hurdle to commercialization.

Insys Therapeutics, a Chandler, Ariz.-based pharmaceutical firm, said Thursday its U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved liquid dronabinol drug Syndros could launch later this year after the synthetic THC oral solution received an initial go-ahead for Schedule II classification under the Controlled Substances Act, which would allow doctors to prescribe it.

“Insys is looking forward to bringing this new drug product to chemotherapy patients to help alleviate their nausea and vomiting and AIDS patients with anorexia-associated weight loss, respectively,” Insys interim CEO Dr. Santosh Vetticaden said in a statement. “We look forward to interacting with the FDA to finalize the labeling and subsequent launch of Syndros in the second half of 2017.”

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