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    2016inReview: The Top 16 Most Watched Ugandan TV Stations in 2016

    2016inReview: The Top 16 Most Watched Ugandan TV Stations in 2016

    2016 saw the sad death of WBS TV which was bought out by Kwese TV Sports. Nonetheless, we had those Ugandan TV stations that stood out for most of our Campus Eye audience.

    We took time to gather their majority opinions and this is how the ranking results flowed. These were the top 16 most watched Ugandan TV stations in 2016.

    1. UBC Magic One

    2. NTV Uganda

    3. Bukedde TV

    4. NBS TV

    5. ABS TV

    6. Urban Television

    7. Channel 44

    8. Spark TV

    9. Salt TV

    10. HTV

    11. Delta TV

    12. Dream TV

    13. UBC 24

    14. UBC

    15. Top TV

    16. BBS Terefayina

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