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Channel 24 (Bangladesh)

Channel 24
Launched 24 May 2012
Owned by Times Media Limited
Broadcast area Bangladesh and Middle East to Transit station.
Headquarters 387 (South) Tejgaon I/A, Dhaka 1208, Bangladesh
UCS (Bangladesh) Channel 1

CHANNEL 24 is a general information television channel in Bangladesh. It was launched on May 24, 2012, and is owned by Times Media LTD. It has also gained popularity for news, scripted and non-fiction programs.


  • Sports 24 1
  • Beyond the Gallery 2
  • Clemon Indoor Uni Cricket 2013 3
  • First Anniversary 4
  • References 5

Sports 24

Sports 24 image

Channel 24 airs two live interactive sports bulletins, called Sports 24, four times a day. The primary foci of the night bulletin are local and international sports events, including daily events, special reports, analyses and investigative reports. Match previews, point tables (graphics), key factors (graphics) and other analyses are displayed and discussed graphically. Each day includes a dedicated segment for one of the seven divisions of Bangladesh. There is also an "Event of the Day" and "Moment of the Day" in the night bulletin. A segment called "Off Track", focuses on soft stories. During the Thursday night bulletin, burning issues, problems and corruption of sports are discussed. On Friday, stories of a struggling sportsman are displayed.

Beyond the Gallery


The daily sports program for channel 24 is called Beyond the Gallery, which telecasts at 1:00 pm every day except Friday. Its focuses on local and international sports events, with special emphasis on cricket and football, daily events, special reports, analyses and investigative reports.

Clemon Indoor Uni Cricket 2013

Channel 24 aired LIVE streaming of Clemon Indoor Uni Cricket 2013.[1] This was the first time in Bangladesh that the game was broadcast live. Three erstwhile cricketers took a unique initiative for university students by arranging an eight-a-side indoor cricket tournament, the first of its kind in Bangladesh. The week-long cricket carnival named Clemon Indoor Uni Cricket started with thirty-two universities at Shaheed Suhrawardy National Indoor Stadium in Mirpur from 22 February.

First Anniversary

First anniversary of Channel 24 Photo

The first anniversary of Channel 24 was observed on 24 May 2013.

A day-long program was organized at Chittagong center of Channel 24, at Agrabad Sheikh Mujib Road.


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