Kin Kariisa (born 24 August 1976) is a Ugandan businessman, media proprietor and philanthropist. He is the CEO of Next Media Services, a multimedia company in Uganda mostly known for its flagship television network NBS Television.
Who owned NBS?
NBS Television (Uganda)
|Type||Television (since 2007)|
|Headquarters||Next Media Park, Plot 13, summit view Road, Naguru, Kampala, Uganda|
|Owner||Kin Kariisa since 2008 Nathan Igeme Nabeta (2007- 2008)|
|Parent||Next Media Services|
|Launch date||June 16, 2007|
Who is Kalisa?
Claude Kalisa (born 6 March 1977 in Muyira) is a Rwandan former professional football defender. Along with teammate Désiré Mbonabucya, Kalisa formed the backbone of the Rwandan national team that participated in the 2004 African Nations Cup.
What does NBS TV stand for?
NBS. National Broadcasting System. Media, Radio, Broadcasting. Media, Radio, Broadcasting.
How old is NBS?
NBS happens after birth, usually when your baby is between 24 and 48 hours (1 and 2 days) old. If a baby is tested before 24 hours, they may need to be retested.
Who is the owner of Top TV?
TOP TV is part of Christian Life Ministries. Jackson Senyonga is the Managing Director of TOP TV as well as Senior Pastor of Christian Life Church and founder of Christian Life Ministries (CLM). The station started in 2000 without live broadcasting studios.
Who owns studio60?
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip is an American comedy-drama television series created and primarily written by Aaron Sorkin.
|Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip|
|Running time||37–46 minutes|
|Production companies||Shoe Money Productions Warner Bros. Television|
|Distributor||Warner Bros. Television Distribution|
What does NBS stand for in slang?
NBS. Natural Born Skater. showing only Slang/Internet Slang definitions (show all 65 definitions)
What is the full form of NBS?
NBS – National Bureau Of Standards.
What is NBC full form?
National Broadcasting Company
Who owns now TV Uganda?
Victoria University Swears in New council – News Now
The university is part of the Ruparelia group of companies owned by the Ugandan mogul Sudir Ruparelia.