Cannabis Lifestyle TV
The cannabis industry is one of the fastest growing business sectors in the world, and it’s consumers are some of the most irrationally passionate.
NGBN.TV is launching the first ever cannabis lifestyle focused TV network on 17 platforms available in 180M homes, and 3.1B mobile devices.
The Cannabis Lifestyle TV is a multi-channel broadcasting network dedicated to bringing you all things Cannabis Lifestyle! Our exclusive content can be viewed on your Smart TV via RokuTV, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV, as well as on your mobile device, via both IOS and Android apps.
Cannabis Lifestyle TV The cannabis industry is one of the fastest growing business sectors in the world, and it’s consumers are some of the most irrationally passionate. NGBN.TV is launching
Pot TV: Insight Productions teams with cannabis lifestyle brand Civilized to bring Canadians marijuana programming
The company behind shows like The Amazing Race Canada and Top Chef Canada is getting into the cannabis TV business.
Insight Productions said Tuesday it’s teaming up with digital media company Civilized to “develop programming that champions and explores modern cannabis culture.”
The news release didn’t name specific projects but mentioned docuseries, cooking, science and business shows as examples of what Insight and Civilized will develop for both broadcast and digital consumption.
“Cannabis is a really hot space right now, and we’re happy to partner with one of the industry’s creative leaders as we take cannabis programming to the mainstream in new and exciting ways,” Insight CEO John Brunton said in the release.
For Civilized, which publishes a cannabis magazine out of California and is described as a “cannabis lifestyle brand,” the deal presents a chance to give cannabis “a place in the mainstream,” publisher Derek Riedle said.
“As stigma fades, we’re seeing a surge of interest around cannabis. Not only from those who consume it, but particularly from the masses of the canna-curious who want to learn more and see what’s behind the curtain,” Riedle said.
Some of the offerings could include docuseries, cooking, science and business shows.