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Independent cannabis reporters working for

The People of the Carolinas.



Video: A compilation of media collected by Carolina Cannabis News journalists in their first three months of work. Video: Brad Davis and Rhiannon Fionn. Still imagery by Grant Baldwin. Audio: Rhiannon Fionn. Thank you to Appalachian Growers for allowing us to film on a particularly stressful harvest day. Thanks to Jon Watts for the music; the track is "Don't Give Up."

CarolinaCannabisNews.com
is a news site devoted to chronicling cannabis reform in North and South Carolina ... and it just launched on Sept. 5, 2018!

The project includes the Carolina Cannabis News podcast which also launched Sept. 5 and is now available in iTunes/ Apple Podcasts. You can find the show notes and past episodes here.

As thanks for supporting independent cannabis news in the Carolinas we offer multiple reward tiers.

Expect the tiers to change over time with many of the rewards being time-limited, handmade and/or limited in quantity.

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The  team is led by award-winning journalist Rhiannon Fionn.
It was my pleasure to work with Rhiannon on several stories for Charlotte magazine, across a broad range of topics and issues. I've been in this business for 20 years, and Rhiannon works harder than any journalist I've been associated with. She will not stop reporting a story until she knows more than anyone else. She follows every lead and asks every question. She takes edits extremely well and always worked with me as a partner to make every story the best it could be. Once the story was out, she continually followed up on new developments. And she was never afraid to promote her story on social media or with other media appearances--a must in today's world. -- Richard Thurmond, former editor of Charlotte magazine

Now, as editor and publisher of CarolinaCannabisNews.com, Rhiannon is working with a team of journalists and talented media-makers* to share quality cannabis information with citizens in North and South Carolina.

Goals for Carolina Cannabis News

  • Original reporting in both North and South Carolina by independent regional reporters
  • Weekly Newsletter
  • Weekly Carolina Cannabis News potcast
  • Active and engaging social media feeds
  • A political forum on cannabis at the 2020 Republican National Convention in Charlotte, N.C.
  • Grades for each North and South Carolina politician in state and federal politics running in the 2020 election 

In our first year of publication, expect profiles of those on the front lines of cannabis reform in the Carolinas, pictorials by talented photo journalists, macro and micro coverage of the cannabis economy and how it’s blooming here and, of course, all of the state policy updates you can stomach. As importantly, we’re also delving into cannabis culture and the inherent social justice issues that must be faced in the march toward cannabis reform.

Rhiannon's personal view on deep-dive, issued-based journalism: "I believe it's important to look at issues from as many perspectives as possible; the truth can be found somewhere in the mix. As a civic-minded journalist, I feel an obligation to arm citizens with knowledge and a variety of view points so that they might make wise and informed decisions in the voting booth. Looking specifically at the cannabis issue in the Carolinas: There is so much misinformation out there it became unnerving. As journalists, the CarolinaCannabisNews.com team is charged with focusing a bright light on the truth, and we take that responsibility very seriously."

Got a news tip? Would you like to sponsor or write for Carolina Cannabis News? Contact us.

Thank you for your support!

Engage with us on social media:
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Instagram
Twitter

*As important as creating a news organization focused on cannabis in the Carolinas is, it's equally important that we create a sustainable ecosystem where independent media makers can thrive and feel supported.
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Monthly subscribers at this level will receive one fat quarter cup of Dope Kitty organic catnip, grown and processed the old fashioned way: by hand. It's produced by Carolina Cannabis News' editor Rhiannon Fionn in Charlotte, N.C. Learn more at dope-kitty.com.
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Independent cannabis reporters working for

The People of the Carolinas.



Video: A compilation of media collected by Carolina Cannabis News journalists in their first three months of work. Video: Brad Davis and Rhiannon Fionn. Still imagery by Grant Baldwin. Audio: Rhiannon Fionn. Thank you to Appalachian Growers for allowing us to film on a particularly stressful harvest day. Thanks to Jon Watts for the music; the track is "Don't Give Up."

CarolinaCannabisNews.com
is a news site devoted to chronicling cannabis reform in North and South Carolina ... and it just launched on Sept. 5, 2018!

The project includes the Carolina Cannabis News podcast which also launched Sept. 5 and is now available in iTunes/ Apple Podcasts. You can find the show notes and past episodes here.

As thanks for supporting independent cannabis news in the Carolinas we offer multiple reward tiers.

Expect the tiers to change over time with many of the rewards being time-limited, handmade and/or limited in quantity.

Engage with us on social media:

Facebook
Instagram
Twitter



More about CarolinaCannabisNews.com:


The  team is led by award-winning journalist Rhiannon Fionn.
It was my pleasure to work with Rhiannon on several stories for Charlotte magazine, across a broad range of topics and issues. I've been in this business for 20 years, and Rhiannon works harder than any journalist I've been associated with. She will not stop reporting a story until she knows more than anyone else. She follows every lead and asks every question. She takes edits extremely well and always worked with me as a partner to make every story the best it could be. Once the story was out, she continually followed up on new developments. And she was never afraid to promote her story on social media or with other media appearances--a must in today's world. -- Richard Thurmond, former editor of Charlotte magazine

Now, as editor and publisher of CarolinaCannabisNews.com, Rhiannon is working with a team of journalists and talented media-makers* to share quality cannabis information with citizens in North and South Carolina.

Goals for Carolina Cannabis News

  • Original reporting in both North and South Carolina by independent regional reporters
  • Weekly Newsletter
  • Weekly Carolina Cannabis News potcast
  • Active and engaging social media feeds
  • A political forum on cannabis at the 2020 Republican National Convention in Charlotte, N.C.
  • Grades for each North and South Carolina politician in state and federal politics running in the 2020 election 

In our first year of publication, expect profiles of those on the front lines of cannabis reform in the Carolinas, pictorials by talented photo journalists, macro and micro coverage of the cannabis economy and how it’s blooming here and, of course, all of the state policy updates you can stomach. As importantly, we’re also delving into cannabis culture and the inherent social justice issues that must be faced in the march toward cannabis reform.

Rhiannon's personal view on deep-dive, issued-based journalism: "I believe it's important to look at issues from as many perspectives as possible; the truth can be found somewhere in the mix. As a civic-minded journalist, I feel an obligation to arm citizens with knowledge and a variety of view points so that they might make wise and informed decisions in the voting booth. Looking specifically at the cannabis issue in the Carolinas: There is so much misinformation out there it became unnerving. As journalists, the CarolinaCannabisNews.com team is charged with focusing a bright light on the truth, and we take that responsibility very seriously."

Got a news tip? Would you like to sponsor or write for Carolina Cannabis News? Contact us.

Thank you for your support!

Engage with us on social media:
Facebook
Instagram
Twitter

*As important as creating a news organization focused on cannabis in the Carolinas is, it's equally important that we create a sustainable ecosystem where independent media makers can thrive and feel supported.

Recent posts by Rhiannon Fionn

Tiers
Tip: Keep up the good work!
$1 or more per month
Offer thanks to Carolina Cannabis News' journalists for watchdogging the cannabis issue with a one-time or recurring monthly tip of $1 or more.
Dope Kitty organic catnip
$5 or more per month
Monthly subscribers at this level will receive one fat quarter cup of Dope Kitty organic catnip, grown and processed the old fashioned way: by hand. It's produced by Carolina Cannabis News' editor Rhiannon Fionn in Charlotte, N.C. Learn more at dope-kitty.com.
Sponsor the weekly newsletter
$100 or more per month
For the duration of your subscription each week the Carolina Cannabis Newsletter will include your company's logo.


Notes:

* Once your sponsorship is confirmed and approved by Carolina Cannabis News a follow-up email will include additional details about this subscription level.

* Contact us with questions before subscribing at this level.

Sponsor the Carolina Cannabis Podcast
$200 or more per month
For $200 per month, your company can sponsor the Carolina Cannabis Podcast. Your company will get a spot during the show and your logo will appear in the show notes.


Notes:

* Contact us for additional details before subscribing.

* Sponsors subject to approval.