List of Bangladeshi television and radio channels
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- Bangladesh Television - Bangladesh's only terrestrial TV channel. The satellite version is BTV World.
- Sangsad TV - Sangsad TV is a state-owned channel which broadcasts the parliamentary activities of Bangladesh. It started broadcasting from 25 January 2011.
TV channels (legally permitted by Government) 
Bangladesh Television [BTV] (State-run) 
Bangladesh Television is the first and the major state owned television channel in Bangladesh. The transmission is from the capital, Dhaka. The transmission is relayed to the whole country via local relay stations in major cities of the country. There is also a regional station located in Chittagong which broadcasts local programmes in evening. In 2004, BTV started worldwide broadcasts through its satellite based branch, BTV World.
Bangladesh Television [BTV World] (State-run) 
BTV World is state owned television channel, owned by the Government of Bangladesh. The transmission is from the capital, Dhaka. The transmission is relayed to the whole country and outside Bangladesh via satellite.
Sangsad TV (State-run) 
ATN Bangla 
ATN Bangla is a Bengali language digital cable television channel. It transmits from its studio in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The channel is transmitted throughout South Asia, the Middle-East, Europe, and North America. The channel offers a wide variety of programming including news, movies, dramas, talk shows, and more.
Channel i 
Channel i is a privately owned Television network in Bangladesh and the country's first digital channel. It is owned by the Impress Group, among the largest conglomerates in Bangladesh with interests in textiles, pharmaceuticals and media.
Ekushey Television 
Ekushey Television (ETV) was the first private terrestrial channel in Bangladesh. Official transmission began on April 14, 2000, after a very short time of transmission it became the voice of the nation and the most popular TV channel in Bangladesh through its news and other innovative programs.
Boishakhi Television 
Diganta Television 
Diganta Television is a private satellite TV channel in Bangladesh, founded in 2007. This is a project of Diganta Media Corporation, which is joined with one of its daily newspaper "'The Daily Naiya Diganta"'. Diganta TV started formally broadcasting on 27 August 2008, with 16 hours of news and 8 hours of entertaining programs.
Desh TV 
Desh TV started operation on 2007. DeshTV aims to stand out with the motto of bringing a change, creating new paths, new thoughts and help seeing the world with a new eye. With the objective of serving desh, which means the country, and the people.
Islamic TV 
Maasranga TV 
Mohona TV 
Bijoy TV 
ATN News 
Somoy Television 
Somoy Television is a 24 hour Bengali news based private satellite television channel in Bangladesh. It’s headquarter is in 89, Bir Uttam CR Dutta Road, Banglamotor, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Independent TV 
Gazi TV (GTV) 
Channel 24 
Ekattor TV 
SA TV 
Channel 9 
Asian TV 
Channel 16 
Channel 16 is the first private Music Entertainment Channel in Bangladesh operated by Insight Telecast Company Limited.
My TV 
My TV is another private entertainment television channel in Bangladesh.
Radio Stations (All Stations that are Legally Permitted by Govt.) 
Bangladesh Betar (State-owned) 
Bangladesh Betar Bangladesh Betar (Bengali: বাংলাদেশ বেতার) is the state-owned radio broadcasting station of Bangladesh. It is headquartered in Shahbagh, Dhaka. It was also known as Radio Bangladesh between 1975 and 1996.
Radio Foorti 
Radio Foorti 88.0 FM, Radio Foorti is a Bangladeshi FM radio station. The station went live on September 21, 2006. It is currently available in Dhaka, Sylhet, Rajshahi, Khulna, Barisal, Mymensingh, Chittagong, Noakhali, and Cox's Bazar.
Radio Today 
Radio Today 89.6 FM is the first FM Radio station in Bangladesh. Firstly the coverage was only in the capital, Dhaka, now it is in the port-city Chittagong. It has plans to expand to Mymensingh . The tourist capital of Bangladesh Cox's Bazar. The ancient capital of Pundravardhana, Bogra.
Radio Amar 
ABC Radio 
ABC Radio 89.2 FM is a radio station owned by Mediastar, a sister concern of Transcom Group. The Studio Headquarter is in Dhaka while it also has coverage in Narayanganj, Gazipur, Tangail, Manikganj, Narsingdi, Brahmanbaria, Madaripur, Chandpur, Faridpur, Comilla, and some areas of Feni, Kishoreganj and Sirajganj.
DHAKA FM 
People's Radio 
Radio Bhumi 
24-hours Online radio station in Bangladesh. The studio headquarter is in Dhaka. www.radio21bd.com
Radio Shadhin 
Community Radio in Bangladesh 
The Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC), in special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council, considers community radio a special area for intervention. BNNRC has been promoting advocacy to the government in relation to community radio with other organizations since its emergence in 2000 As a result, the Ministry of Information of the People's Republic of Bangladesh announced the Community Radio Installation, Broadcast and Operation Policy 2008. Under this policy, the Ministry of Information approved 16 community radio stations for the first time in Bangladeshi history. To ensure the free flow of information to the people, the government enacted the Right to Information Act 2009. Community radio stations are a strong step in empowering rural people. Initially, the government approved 16 community groups:
- Community Radio Sagor Giri 99.2 Young Power in Social Action (YPSA) for Sitakunda, Chittagong
- Community Radio Nalta 99.2 Nalta Community Hospital (Satkhira)
- Community Radio Mukti 99.2 LDRO (Bogra)
- Community Radio Pollikontho 99.2 BRAC (Moulivi Bazer)
- Barandro Community Radio 99.2 (Naogaon)
- Community Radio Mahananda 98.8 [Proyas (Chapai Nababgonj)
- Community Radio Padma 99.2 CCD (Rajshahi)
- Community Radio Jhinuk 99.2 Srizoni (Jhinaidhah)
- Community Radio Bikrampur 99.2 EC Bangladesh (Munshiganj)
- Community Radio Lokobetar 99.2 MMC (Barguna Sadar Upazila)
- Community Radio Chilmari 99.2 Chilmari, RDRS (Kurigram)
- Community Radio Sundarban 98.8 Koyra Upazilla (Khulna)
- Community Radio Naf 99.2 Teknaf ACLAB (Cox's Bazar District)
- Community Rural Radio 98.8 Agriculture Information Servics (AIS) Community Rural Radio (Barguna District)
- Community Radio Sagar Dheep, DUS Hatiya Island, Noakhali District)
- Community Radio COAST Trust, Charfassion Bhola Island, Bhola District)
BBC Bangla 
Online Radio (Legally permitted by Bangladesh Govt.) 
Radio 2fun 
Radio 2fun is the first Bangladeshi online radio station, started in 2009. Radio 2fun also do merchant online radio services for those radio stations that want to broadcast their radio on the Internet.
See also 
- Another private TV channel RTV starts functioning from Dec 26, Official site: http://www.rtvonline.com , web The Bangladesh Observer, 11 November 2005.