|By Marketwired .||
|June 6, 2014 06:00 AM EDT||
PORTLAND, MI -- (Marketwired) -- 06/06/14 -- WWA Group, Inc. (OTCBB: WWAG)(OTCQB: WWAG), a provider of cable television, high speed internet and related services to rural U.S. communities, announced today the creation of new cable television programming dedicated to the marijuana plant. The Cannabis Planet Channel has officially launched with selected programming and previews of things to come. Eight hours of cannabis and hemp based information is broadcasting in a looping format. This new programming is now being offered on cable television systems located in Leroy, Tustin, Ashton, Luther and Wolf Lake, Michigan. Additional cable systems in Michigan and Indiana will also be airing the programming. Streaming Internet video of Cannabis Planet will follow and is scheduled to be released in the very near future.
"We are pleased to announce that we have launched and are building a channel dedicated to this very versatile, if not controversial plant," said Tom Nix, CEO of WWA Group. "When viewers tune in to the programming they will quickly see that this plant has a multitude of benefits that quite frankly, I have just been introduced to. Our content will help everyone to better comprehend this misunderstood and valuable resource," Nix went on to say.
The Cannabis Planet Channel will feature programs that explore all facets of the cannabis plant. This will include the plant's use as a diverse medicine to the many industrial applications and agricultural aspects of the plant, as well as the business opportunities they present to America and the world. "Creating this cannabis channel for the WWA Group, producing new content and expanding on our work through their multi-media platforms are the perfect fit," stated Brad Lane, creator and Executive Producer of Cannabis Planet. "To be able to share this important information as a forum to educate people and to also generate commerce for an emerging industry is very exciting from both an activism and entrepreneurial aspect. The information speaks for itself and I am pleased to have the job as the messenger," Lane said.
The Cannabis Planet Channel programming will include news, information, education, entertainment, cooking, cultivation tips, celebrity appearances, music and much more.
About Cannabis Planet Productions
Cannabis Planet is an American television program created in 2009, the weekly show has broadcast on various cable systems across the U.S. including Los Angeles, CA (KJLA); Miami, FL (WHDT); Eugene, OR (WEVU); Harrisburg, Lancaster, York, Lebanon, PA (WGCB); Plano, TX (KDBC); Waco, TX (KFXK); Nagadoches, TX (KETK); Baton Rouge, LA (WBRL)/(KZUP); Lafayette, LA (KLAF); San Francisco, CA (KOFY); Sacramento, CA (KTNC) and San Diego, CA (COX)
Cannabis Planet Productions, Cannabis Planet Television, CannabisPlanet.tv, and CannabisPlanet.com are a licensee of the WWA Group and has no other affiliations or business interests with any other companies at this time. Cannabis Planet does not have a licensing agreement or any business agreement with Clean Enviro Tech Corp. (CETC) or any affiliation with the newly formed internet domain cannabisplanettv.net.
About WWA Group, Inc.
WWAG operates its cable business through Summit Digital Inc., which is a Multi-System Operator providing Cable TV, High Speed Internet and related services to customers in rural U.S. communities, a specific high-growth market within the Cable TV and High Speed Internet industry.
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