The Cannabis Television Network

In the “Market Watch” section of the Wall Street Journal we read of a business making money from cannabis without being involved in the production or consumption (right) of the plant itself.   The company is ABOUT MARIJUANA, INC.  The business focuses on the peripheral businesses created by the quickly emerging, and growing, multibillion dollar medical marijuana and hemp industries.   They are not involved in the cultivation or marketing of medical marijuana. It is the company’s belief that legalization of marijuana on a federal level will come to pass for all 50 states. With that in mind, the company is building infrastructure with the potential to gain substantial market share once marijuana prohibition ends.  (Pending any federal licensing or other requirements, that may be enacted after marijuana prohibition ends).
About Marijuana is touting a company called MarijuanaInc, who has a project called “MarijuanaInc.TV” Their film crew captured riveting events and interviews over the April 20, “420” Holiday weekend, and is proud to announce a production update, with two reality show pilots and a documentary slated for production this year. The video news and information targets the underlying issues in the medical marijuana debate, and those affected by them. Making these videos available on the web leaves the viewer no guesswork as to what the message is. A spokesperson said, “There are a plethora of written articles on the internet and in periodicals, but we feel like we have the ultimate platform. Furthermore, we believe there’s a niche for our registered content and the reality show concepts we have registered are timely, along with the compelling documentary on Cash Hyde due to begin production in May.”

MarijuanaInc.tv traveled to Northern California on the 4/20 Holiday to document medical marijuana activists at a rally and march in embattled Oakland. Segment producer and on camera personality Stephanie Bishop managed to capture the spirit of the movement and the region that started the fight for medical marijuana legalization. Ms. Bishop and the crew filmed the rally for patient’s rights and access to medical marijuana, which has been under siege in Oakland as of late, and the subsequent march from the downtown Oakland Federal Building to the Obama campaign headquarters where Dale Sky Jones, the executive chancellor and new head of Oaksterdam University, delivered a letter demanding immediate action regarding patient’s rights to access medical cannabis. Jones elaborated on the events on camera.

The crew also captured a speech by Oaksterdam founder Richard Lee, whose school was raided earlier this month in one of the highest-profile moves in the Obama administration’s nationwide assault on medical marijuana. Ms. Bishop then interviewed Yvonne Westbrook White, a low income Oakland resident who has MS. White spoke of her frustration – the cannabis plants seized during the recent raid on Oaksterdam, plants that were to be the students’ final project, were intended for her medical use.

So, a media industry about cannabis, around cannabis and supporting cannabis continues to grow. Change is close Greenies. Learn more at The Wall Street Journal Market Watch.

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Author: DavidB

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