NH Media

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NH Entertainment Media Group (NHemg)
Native name
앤에이취미디어
NH미디어
앤에이취이엠쥐
Public
Industry Music, entertainment
Genre Pop
Dance
Electropop
R&B
K-pop
Founded 1998
Founder Kim Nam-Hee (김남희)
Headquarters Seoul, South Korea
Number of locations
Shinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu
Key people
Kim Nam-hee (CEO)
Services Music production, artist management
Owner Signal Entertainment Group (50%)
Subsidiaries NH&Major1998 (50%)
Global H (50%)
Website nhemg.com
NH Media on Cyworld
NH Media on Facebook
NH Media on Twitter
NH Media's channel on YouTube

NH Media (also known as NHemg) (HangulNH미디어, NH stands for Nam Hee) is a South Korean record label and entertainment agency founded in 1998 by Kim Nam-hee. Currently, it manages U-KISS, Im Chang Jung, The Ray, Kim Jong Seo, Oh Youme and LABOUM.

In May 2016, Signal Entertainment Group (parent company to Big Hit Entertainment and Jungle Entertainment) acquired 50% of the company.[1]

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Recording artists[edit]

Groups

Soloists

Sub-groups

  • uBEAT

Trainees

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Joint ventures[edit]

In 2013, NH Media announced that it had joined forces with Major Entertainment, whose main focus had been on managing actors and actresses. NH Media claimed that the joint agencies would increase their area of expertise. Kim Nam Hee, CEO Of NH Media,[5] officially registered NH&Major1998 as an incorporation.[6][7][8]

In 2014, NH Media and Nega Network formed a joint venture called "GLOBAL H".

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