Marijuana Business Daily joins Associated Press

Marijuana Business Daily has become a member of the Associated Press, giving the cannabis-focused news publication access to MJ-related stories from around the world.

MJBizDaily will incorporate cannabis business coverage from the AP’s staff as well as more than 6,000 newspapers and TV and radio stations worldwide. The AP, founded in 1846, has correspondents and photojournalists in more than 100 nations.

The deal also allows Denver-based Marijuana Business Daily to push out its exclusive staff-reported stories, data and charts to thousands of mainstream news outlets across the world that are part of the AP network, further legitimizing marijuana as a serious business.

“This allows us to enhance our coverage by offering readers more news and analysis about the marijuana industry, legalization efforts and the businesses and people behind this rapidly growing sector,” said Chris Walsh, Marijuana Business Daily’s editorial director.

“The fact that the Associated Press recognizes us as a highly credible news source is yet another testament to the strength of our editorial content,” Walsh added. “This is particularly important amid growing concerns over the prevalence of ‘fake’ news and marketing-focused content passed off as solid journalism.”

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8 comments on “Marijuana Business Daily joins Associated Press
  1. x on

    Congratulations to Marijuana Business Daily for their new association with the Associated Press. I look forward to your timely and relevant cannabis articles each and every day.

  2. Cactus Bill on

    Congrats to MBD for achieving true relevance amongst modern media.
    This is a large step toward general public acceptance of the MMJ and MJ industry.

  3. Robert Platshorn on

    This really is a big deal. The AP’s reporting is respected world wide. It was the AP that established the “Gold Standard” for verifying every story to ensure truth in journalism. While most major media works to AP standards, outlets like Fox are registered as Entertainment network, not news outlets so that they can avoid the AP standards. Lesson over!

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