But the 43-year-old Patel, a former Soweto schoolteacher who is chief executive of SuperSport, the South African broadcasting network, has sounded reluctant about the role ever since it was made known that he was the preferred candidate.
What does ABN stand for?
ABN stands for African Broadcasting Network
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We have 133 other meanings of ABN in our Acronym Attic
- Association of Black Media Workers (New York)
- Absecon (Amtrak station code; Absecon, NJ)
- Acid-Base Neutrals
- Action Bets Network
- Advance Beneficiary Notice
- Aerodrome Beacon (aviation, NOTAM)
- Africa Business Network
- African Biosciences Network (International Biosciences Network)
- Agencia Bolivariana de Noticias (Spanish: Bolivarian News Agency, Venezuela)
- Agri Broadcast Network (radio news network; Ohio)
- Alabama Board of Nursing
- Alarm Broadband Network
- Alaska Board of Nursing
- Albina Airport (airport code; Oregon)
- Alcock Brown-Neaves Group (Australia)
- Algemeen Beschaafd Nederlands
- Algemene Bank Nederland
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Johannesburg's Financial Mail reported that the African Broadcasting Network (ABN) aims to create an alliance with leading broadcasters throughout the continent, having already signed deals in Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Kenya, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
Presenters include: Mark Boles, VP of African-American Marketing & Research, Phoenix Cultural Access Group with offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami and the New York area, Theresa Upton, Emerging Markets Director, American Family Insurance, Kelvin Quarles, General Manager, KMOJ-FM Radio, Gabriel Mbah, VP of Marketing, African Broadcasting Network, Tracey Williams, President of MN Spokesman-Recorder, Deborah Watts, Hook-Up Network and Barbara Jo Davis, President of Ken Davis Products, Inc.