Cannabis culture is for everyone. For aspiring cooks, there are endless marijuana recipes to test out and indulge in. Those who are into growing can dive into the world of cultivation and agricultural analytics. Even people who like watching weed-friendly content can get in on the action through curation and blogging.
Finding marijuana-related videos online is usually a painstaking process, with the clips spread out on different websites and servers. But now, there’s a new way to get your cannabis content fix on one channel- and it’s on Roku!
Stonerr TV: “Netflix for Weed”
Stonerr TV is the ultimate one-stop channel for all of your marijuana needs. It’s the first and only cannabis-specific channel on Roku, many people are calling it “Netflix for Weed”. The video platform caters to everything related to the thriving marijuana community. Users are encouraged to contribute to the channel by uploading their own content, as long as you’re 18 years old or older (more on this later).
The channel’s video categories include the following:
- Funny videos
- Reviews (strains and products)
- 420 music
- Girls who smoke
- Events and celebrities
- News, investing and documentaries
- Oil, wax and shatter
- Vaporizers and glass
As you can see, the selection ranges from technical “101 guides” to laidback, fun content. The platform is perfect for people who want to experience every avenue of the broad community. Because all of the options are under one channel, you’ll never have to open up a bunch of search tabs in your browser just to find new content again. Chances are, it’s already on Stonerr TV.
Getting on the Channel
There are several ways to jump on the channel, depending on what you’re using at home. If you have a Roku Player handy, all you have to do is search for the channel from the Roku dashboard and watch it from the TV. Alternatively, you could also head over to Stonerr.com and stream the content directly from the site. Coupled with a casting device, you have the option to beam the videos to the TV and get a nearly identical experience, as you would with a Roku dongle.
Submitting videos is one of the best ways to immerse yourself in the Stonerr community. As mentioned earlier, you have to be at least 18 years old or older, and the clips cannot include nudity or copyrighted material. Links to other video sharing sites, such as YouTube or Vimeo, is allowed. Lastly, the content in your clips must be legal in the state that you’re currently living in.
Once you’re ready, head over to the “submit a video” section of the site, log into your account or sign up if it’s your first time, and start uploading your personal 420 content. Good luck!