WXXM-Madison, WI, is the first terrestrial radio station to begin airing The National Marijuana News talk show — until now it’s only been available streaming. With the legalization of marijuana in many states, TNMNews believes it’s targeting a niche market in a rapidly growing sector. Todd Denkin, president/CEO of Digipath and The National Marijuana News Corporation, tells Radio Ink that he believes the show will open up new revenue streams and create opportunities in the cannabis space for eager advertisers. Listen to an exclusive Radio Ink interview with Todd Denkin and Executive Producer Martin Wagmaister, below.
Denkin says that although the push for affiliates has been received positively by programmers, there has been some hesitation from within the radio corporate structure. With WXXM-Madison as their first terrestrial affiliate, it’s possible stations that have been hesitant to air the show, might give TNMNNews a second look. WXXM-Madison is a progressive talk station in the IHeartMedia/Madison cluster. Denkin also says that a second affiliate is set to be announced shortly.
While some might be hesitant to air TNMNews because of possible blow-back from their community and advertisers, others might see an opportunity for prospecting untapped potential new clients. Denkin notes that while some traditional advertisers have been cautious about sponsoring their programing, they do have a number of publicly traded companies spending ad dollars on TNMNews. Denkin remarks, “Major advertisers are still sitting on the sidelines waiting to see what the other guy will do, but they do understand the value of the audience.” How about that, we are finally being considered an audience! Can legalization be far behind?
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(Hybrid Photography Cinemagraph Series)
Sony A7S, Leica 90mm f/2.8 Elmarit M. The tubby toad perches there (on the clock!) reading the LA Times Sports Section for ten or fifteen minutes every Friday.
This Parking Hawk shown here is right behind his prey on Ethel Ave at Valleyheart in Studio City on this cold 7:55 AM Friday morning last. “The Hawk” springs into furious ticketing action promptly at 8:02 AM every Thursday and Friday to combat the Street-Sweeping Scofflaws, as he rewards them with their just deserts, a $79 parking fine, the little jerk. I figured since I am paying his salary for the day anyway, he mite as well become a part of my new art therapy project to relieve the stress.
Proper Karmic payback would be his boss seeing my animation as it goes viral…. the most hated man in Studio City gets his just rewards as it only costs me $79 and a little artistic creativity as El Tecolote becomes famous and well known for making these
moving animated portraits!
Good hashish makes for an excellent smoke, so here is one of the easiest techniques going for smoking it. No fancy bongs, or vapes, just good old simple “Russian Style.”
Black Friday was for much more than just shopping at Venice Beach November 29th, 2014. It was a crazy stoner kind of Friday, so typical of Venice Beach and its Southern California Endless Summer lifestyle… the harmony may not have been right on key, but the energy was fantastic and a great high was had by all….
Venice has always been one of my favorite beach towns to shoot in. The people are always interesting, there is always live music, the ocean sounds background to everything, and the air is always fresh right off of the Pacific Ocean. Even on hot, busy LA days, Venice Beach is a refreshing change of pace.
Published Originally on YouTube.Com Jun 15, 2014
“Cannabis is the key to unlocking preventative medicine,” says neuroscientist Dr. Michelle Ross. “It helps protect your DNA from damage so it can actually slow down the aging process… I think everyone should use cannabis oil, you should learn about it, you shouldn’t be afraid.”
In this short clip from the ‘Reset with Amber Lyon’ podcast, neuroscientist Dr. Michele Ross explains why she believes everyone can benefit from daily use of cannabis oil, or ‘vitamin weed’ as she calls it. Dr. Ross is a former drug researcher for the National Institute on Drug Abuse, turned medical marijuana advocate.
To learn more about natural medicines and therapies please visit http://www.reset.me.