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National Broadcasting Network (Lebanon)

 

National Broadcasting Network (Lebanon)

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National Broadcasting Network known as NBN is the official television of the Lebanese Amal Movement. The National Broadcasting Network s.a.l. NBN, is a Lebanese private company by shares, founded in 1996. In September 2000, NBN launched its satellite channel via Arab Sat and Nile Sat to cover the Arab World, Europe and Africa. Since 2004, NBN is available in the USA through Reach Media Inc. NBN broadcasts the same channel simultaneously locally in Lebanon and via satellite. For a period of time, NBN once changed their corporate name to CityTV in 2007 before returning to their former name by popular demand, although they did later change the design of their corporate identity anyway.

External links

  • Official Site
  • Amal Movement Official Site


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