Maasranga Television

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Maasranga Television
Maasranga Television Logo.jpg
Launched30 July 2011 (2011-07-30)
Owned bySquare Group
Picture formatMPEG-4
Broadcast areaBangladesh
Headquarters2 Bir Uttam Ziaur Rahman Road, Banani, Dhaka 1213.
Telstar 73812 H 2200 DVB-S2
Dish TV750

Maasranga Television (Bengali: মাছরাঙ্গা টিভি) is an HDTV television channel in Bangladesh. The channel got permission from Bangladeshi Government to telecast broadly in 2010. On 30 July 2011 this channel telecasting.

Technical works and broadcasting areas[edit]

The whole production is supported by state of the art high definition (HD) television technology introduced for the first time in Bangladesh. It has a complete newsroom system, production and master control switchers and infrastructure equipment as part of the rollout of an HDTV station in Bangladesh. The whole system is fully digital and high definition (HD). Maasranga programs are broadcast round the clock covering Asia the rest of the world.[1][2]

News hours[edit]

News Hour
News Name Time
National 7:30 AM
International 8:00 AM
Sports 8:30 AM
Business 8:58 AM
News Flash 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM, 3:00 PM, 4:00 PM, 5:00 PM, 12:00 AM, 2:00 AM, 3:00 AM, 4:00 AM, 6:00 AM
Maasranga News 2:00 PM
Maasranga English News 4:30 PM
Maasranga National News 6:00 PM
Prime Time Maasranga News 7:00 PM
Khelar Mathey (Sports Program) 7:30 PM
Prime Time Maasranga News 10:00 PM
Maasranga Shamprotik (Talk show on current affairs) 12:02 AM (Saturday-Wednesday)
Maasranga News 1:00 AM
Maasranga News (Repeat) 5:00 AM


Live telecasting of sports[edit]

Maasranga Television broadcasts International cricket and football matches, including the UEFA Euro 2012.[4] They also broadcast Bangladesh Tour of Sri Lanka series (2013), Brazil vs Argentina and Brazil vs Italy (2013), Bangladesh VS Sri Lanka Series (2014), FIFA World Cup 2014, ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, ICC Champions Trophy 2013, ICC World Twenty20 2014 and ICC World Twenty20 2016, IPL 2014 and the latest FIFA World Cup 2018 and the Present Bangladesh Premier League.


  1. ^ "Maasranga TV".
  2. ^ "Maasranga Television Company Profile".
  3. ^ "Maasranga Television News".
  4. ^ UEFA Euro 2012 broadcasting rights

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