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

VARIETY: TV Goes to Pot: Marijuana-Themed Series Light Up the Small Screen

VARIETY: TV Goes to Pot: Marijuana-Themed Series Light Up the Small Screen

Marijuana is having its moment in American culture, with recreational pot use now legal in Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington. California, Arizona, Nevada, Maine, and Massachusetts vote on recreational use in November. It’s a trend reflected in popular entertainment. Three TV series devoted to the subject air within the next month.

HBO’s New York-set “High Maintenance,” which bows Sept. 16, began as a web series in 2012; both iterations of the show follow an unnamed pot deliveryman (series co-creator Ben Sinclair) as he peddles his product to new clients each week.

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LEAFLY: The Bayer-Monsanto Deal Won’t Eat the Cannabis Industry. Yet.

LEAFLY: The Bayer-Monsanto Deal Won’t Eat the Cannabis Industry. Yet.

The news that Monsanto is being bought by Bayer probably won’t be well received in the cannabis sector. The deal brings together two research powerhouses that, reportedly, have long eyed cannabis as a possible new business. The worry is that the combined firm will have the financial and political influence to do to cannabis what it has already done to corn, tobacco, and other cash crops—namely, use pricy patented cannabis seeds (Roundup Ready Blue Dream, anyone?) that favor large-scale operators and rigidly control how all cannabis farmers farm. The merger, in other words, could be the first step toward Big Cannabis.

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THE CANNABIST: U.S. daily pot use on rise, poorer users in spotlight

THE CANNABIST: U.S. daily pot use on rise, poorer users in spotlight

A massive study published this month in the Journal of Drug Issues found that the proportion of marijuana users who smoke daily has rapidly grown, and that many of those frequent users are poor and lack a high-school diploma. 

Examining a decade of federal surveys of drug use conducted between 2002 and 2013, study authors Steven Davenport and Jonathan Caulkins paint one of the clearest pictures yet of the demographics of current marijuana use in the U.S.  They found that the profile of marijuana users is much closer to cigarette smokers than alcohol drinkers, and that a handful of users consume much of the marijuana used in the U.S.

“In the early 1990s only one in nine past-month [marijuana] users reported using daily or near-daily,” Davenport and Caulkins write. “Now it is fully one in three. Daily or near-daily users now account for over two-thirds of self-reported days of use (68%).”

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