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  2. List of BTS live performances - Wikipedia

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    CDTV Live! Live! Japan "Film Out" June 18, 2021 NTV Music Blood "Butter" "Film Out" June 21, 2021 CDTV Live! Live! "Butter" July 3, 2021 NTV's The Music Day: July 9, 2021 Naver NOW Comeback Special: A Butterful Getaway with BTS: South Korea "Butter" (Cooler Remix) "Spring Day" "Permission to Dance" July 13, 2021

  3. Telecommunications in Kenya - Wikipedia

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    Citizens engage in the peaceful expression of views via the Internet, including by e-mail, and are able to access a wide range of viewpoints, with the websites of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), the U.S.-based Cable News Network (CNN), and Kenya's Daily Nation newspaper the most commonly accessed.

  4. WION - Wikipedia

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    Live streaming (India) Web stream at Airtel Xtream. The World is One News ( WION) is an Indian multinational English language news channel headquartered in New Delhi. It is owned by the Essel Group and is part of the Zee Media network of channels. According to news magazine The Week, the channel "covers global news and current affairs from an ...

  5. Sanaipei Tande - Wikipedia

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    Jua Cali. Band Beca. Otile Brown. Sema. Website. www .sanaipeitande .com. Natasha Sanaipei Tande (born 22 March 1985), popularly known as Sana, is a Kenyan singer, songwriter, actress, karaoke host, radio personality and entertainer known for her sultry voice and Swahili lyricism. For primary school, Sanaipei attended Loreto Convent Mombasa.

  6. Citizen TV - Wikipedia

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    Citizen TV. / 36.791138; -1.286546. Citizen TV is a Kenyan free-to-air television channel owned by Royal Media Services and broadcasting mostly in English and Swahili. It was started in 1999 and relaunched in June 2006.

  7. Wanjiku the Teacher - Wikipedia

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    Wanjiku the Teacher. Mass Communication. Carolyne Wanjiku Tharau, most commonly known as Wanjiku the Teacher or Teacher Wanjiku, is a Kenyan comedian, actress, and producer. She founded and is the CEO of Mwalimu Production a content creating company and where the character Teacher Wanjiku is improved and animated specifically for children.

  8. K24 TV - Wikipedia

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    K24 TV, is a TV station in Kenya established in 2007, and launched on February 4, 2008. K24 was the first Kenyan television station to stream live on the internet, giving diaspora viewers a taste of real Kenyan stories told in real time. K24 Kenya receives 3.1 watchime (hours) per week.