NFL Champion and Hall of Fame Kicker for the Kansas City Chiefs discusses his efforts to change the League’s cannabis policy from the ground up.
The Cannabis Reporter Radio Show is the first all-cannabis program syndicated for broadcast on commercial and community radio network stations nationwide! Listen in as host Snowden Bishop explores the potential for cannabis to transform the field of medicine, improve human health and benefit our economy, environment and society at large. Each episode begins with a topical introduction followed by a “Medical Marijuana Minute” and engaging interviews featuring some of the industry’s most notable medical experts, lawmakers, celebrity advocates and other compelling guests.
Award-winning producer and journalist Snowden Bishop began her career in FM radio before venturing into television as a reporter and anchor for NBC Affiliates. She has since held a variety of positions at major media companies and worked with music and film industry icons. Known for her masterful storytelling, she writes about cannabis as an extension of her mission to create a better world, one word at a time.
The Cannabis Reporter Radio Show interviews feature a variety of notable medical marijuana experts, policy makers, scientists, industry professionals, athletes, patients, celebrity advocates and other public figures with compelling stories and cannabis insights to share.
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NFL Champion and Hall of Fame Kicker for the Kansas City Chiefs discusses his efforts to change the League’s cannabis policy from the ground up.Details
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Christian Bogner, M.D. explains why cannabis is necessary for treating autism. A mother of an autistic child has anecdotal evidence suggesting he’s right.Details
Filmmaker Windy Borman and music icon Melissa Etheridge weigh in on the film “Mary Janes: Women of Weed” and how women are influencing change.Details
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Former prosecutor, cannabis advocate, philanthropist and lobbyist, Demitri Downing pairs up with WeediaBuzz founder and TV host John Hartsell on the cannabis movement.Details