Satellite Channel Revolution in Bangladesh

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 Introduction
 History of satellite channel
 1st TV channel of Banladesh
 Concept of Satellite Television in Bangladesh
 Development of Satellite Television (STV) in Bangladesh
 Background Information(Growth of TV Channels in Bangladesh)
 List of Bangladeshi satellite channel
 1st satellite channel of Bangladesh
 Programmes show in Bangladeshi satellite channel
 TV news in banladeshi satellite channels
 Beginning of the Change in Bangladesh
 Cable Connection in Dhaka City
 TV without Border (CNN entry in Bangladesh)
Satellite Television Asian Region (STAR) in Bangladesh
 Zee TV and other Hindi Language Channels in Bangladesh
 Different type of impact due to satellite channel in bd
 Conclusion

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They were familiar only with the name of Sputnik, which was a satellite of former Soviet Union (Faisal, 1992: 83).
Development of Satellite Television (STV) in Bangladesh : Although BTV struggled to find its place in the media preferences of urban viewers due to video operations, the real competitive threat was posed to it from the Direct Satellite to Broadcasting (DBS) after its advent in 1992. Thus for a couple of decades the middle class viewers, while they were eager to get a variety of entertainment programmes, had to see what the government wanted them to see. Finally, their goal was fulfilled with the legalisation of Television Receive Only Dish (TVRO) in 1992 by the government of Khaleda Zia (Dainik Bangla 24 July 1992).
Background Information : (Growth of TV Channels in Bangladesh) Bangladesh is a small country of South Asia; with an estimated population of around 150 million, making it the seventh most populous country in the world. Regardless of widespread poverty, corruption and political instability, Bangladesh is experiencing an abnormal ‘TV mediaboom’. Beside the TV media, Bangladesh has witnessed a spectacular communication revolution that has brought about far reaching changes in the country’s society, polity and economy. The number of mobile phone users
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