Fresh off the heels of the announcement that High Times goes public, probably the most iconic identify within the hashish area has one other thrilling improvement: High Times has formally acquired CULTURE Magazine.
From Southland Publishing, Inc., CULTURE shortly made a reputation within the hashish business as an authoritative supply on developments about medical marijuana from its founding in 2009. Like High Times, CULTURE has a worldwide following and is obtainable each on-line and print, frequently publishing information, hashish critiques, and unique interviews with artists and celebrities, together with Ziggy Marley, Lizzy Jeff, and Lamar Odom. The journal additionally highlights hashish activists and advocates—the spine of the legalization motion.
“We’re building a broad collection of different cannabis-related publications to offer to our many advertisers who are seeking the highly sought demographic of canna-users,” stated High Times’ CEO Adam Levin on the acquisition. “CULTURE’s strategy strongly complement High Times Magazine and different High Times media properties, occasions, and merchandise. CULTURE is a pure match as we proceed to increase.”
Southland Publishing vice chairman David Comden can also be thrilled. “We’ve lengthy admired High Times’ very important place on the coronary heart of the business, whilst we went about creating our personal distinctive voice on the tradition, way of life, and enterprise of hashish,” he stated. “Together, we’ll be even better positioned to bring readers of both publications more of everything they love in the world of cannabis.”
In April, High Times acquired Green Rush Daily—a digital publication dedicated to the enterprise aspect of the hashish area.