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.

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: Hemp Industry Battles Against DEA’s New Cannabis Extract Rule With Lawsuit

MERRY JANE: Hemp Industry Battles Against DEA’s New Cannabis Extract Rule With Lawsuit

Cannabis advocates across the US have been pressuring the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to reclassify marijuana and acknowledge the plant’s medicinal benefits, and the agency has ultimately responded by backtracking on the issue. The DEA recently created a new drug code for marijuana derivatives like CBD oil, leaving many medicinal users and extract producers in fear of stricter regulations.

This past Friday, the hemp industry decided to combat this new rule by filing a judicial review against the DEA, alleging that the agency overstepped their bounds by enforcing the new coding system. The DEA has claimed that the new rule will help keep track of materials, but some believe that the vague language of the law could lead to marijuana and hemp-based products being categorized as illegal.

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L.A. Weekly: Cannabis Software Companies Seek to Legitimize the Marijuana Industry and Cash In

L.A. Weekly: Cannabis Software Companies Seek to Legitimize the Marijuana Industry and Cash In

California’s new marijuana laws don’t take effect until 2018, but a big-money race to help the state regulate the industry is already in progress.

Even though California was the first state to legalize medical marijuana and is the largest legal marijuana market in the country, it has not yet adapted a system for the government to track product. These kinds of protocols, similar to those that exist for pharmaceuticals, have become standard in other legal states.

In Colorado, Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) chips track plants from grow rooms to the dispensary, even if a plant is ultimately processed into an edible or vaping oil. By having a record of every legal plant in the state, regulators can ensure, among other things, that legally grown product is sold according to code.

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THE CANNABIST: When a master cannabis cultivator tells you his favorite strains, you may want to check them out

THE CANNABIST: When a master cannabis cultivator tells you his favorite strains, you may want to check them out

Renowned grower Jorge Cervantes will answer readers’ questions and give advice on all things related to the cannabis plant. Got a question for Jorge? Email him at jorge@marijuanagrowing.com.

Editor’s Note: Laws for cultivating cannabis vary from state to state and city to city — before germinating any seeds or planting any clones, take care to learn what your local laws are.

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Question: Big fan! What are your 5 favorite strains to smoke?

— Jacob, Australia

Answer: Great question, Jacob! I love so many different varieties of cannabis that it is difficult to narrow them down.

First, let’s distinguish a couple of things: Most cannabis aficionados agree on the general distinction between cannabis indica and cannabis sativa plants. Indicas come from more mountainous areas and grow short and squat. Sativas come from tropical regions and grow tall and lanky. Hybrids are a mix of indica and sativa varieties.

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