American Green Inc (OTCMKTS:ERBB) reported the expansion of its in-house media facility built to assist The American Green Network. This progress enables the company to communicate with its shareholders and customers in near real-time.
The new tools will help the American Green Network to swiftly communicate necessary updates that covers everything from product progress to shareholder updates. This advanced media facility also positions American Green as exclusively equipped to offer immediate commentary and feedback from its position of insight as a industry leader on market news.
It can provide immediate updates on latest news and broad insight on the legalization aspect throughout the U.S., especially when seismic events happen involving the decriminalized recreational and medical cannabis sectors.
The expert comments
Stephen Shearin, the President of American Green said that having a fully operational media facility in-house will prove to be a real benefit to shareholders and other people interested in the marijuana sector in general. Using media technology to enhance the communications and to share useful information in marijuana industry is a premise that company is committed to fulfilling.
Marijuana industry is experiencing rapid growth, demanding accurate and timely reporting on important developments. The new facility position America Green for accuracy and speed of information flow within the marijuana industry.
American Green Inc (OTCMKTS:ERBB) reported that the in-house center is in its beta version and it will commence releasing content shortly. The company projects to reach full production stage by October which will cover regular newscast based productions as well. This facility will be headed by William Harris. He has extensive experience of over twenty years in commercial broadcasting industry.
In last trading session, the stock price of American Green gained more than 5% to close the trading session at $0.0036. The gains came at a share volume of 51 million compared to average monthly share volume of 34 million.