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Channel 9 (Bangladesh)

Channel 9
Launched 8 April 2011
Owned by Virgo Media Limited
Country Bangladesh
Language Bengali
Broadcast area Asia and Europe
Headquarters Panthapath, Dhaka-1215, Bangladesh
Website channelninebd.tv
Availability
Satellite
Apstar 2R (Telestar 10)[1] 3793H 4443 3/4

Channel 9 is a satellite TV channel from Bangladesh. It began its test transmission on 8 April 2011. It has the rights to broadcast the Bangladesh Premier League.

On 14 April 2012, the channel launched on Sky in the United Kingdom and Ireland, where it replaced NTV.[2] The channel was broadcast free-to-air on Eutelsat 28A. This closed on 27 June 2014 and was replaced by Iqra Bangla, a sister channel to Iqra TV.

Contents

  • Key people 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Key people

Chairman: Syeda Mahbuba Akhter wife of retired Major General Syed Shafayetul Islam, son of former acting president of wartime provisional government Syed Nazrul Islam. Also the younger brother of LGRD minister and Awami League general secretary Syed Ashraful Islam.[3]

Managing Director: Enayetur Rahman Bappy is the Managing Director of Channel 9. He resigned from NTV and joined the company.[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ TV - Channel 9 Bangladesh - LyngSat Address
  2. ^ "Channel 9 takesover NTV on Sky Digital EPG". BizAsia. 16 April 2012. 
  3. ^ 10 more TV stations | Bangladesh | bdnews24.com
  4. ^ Ntv MD Bappy quits | Bangladesh | bdnews24.com

Channel 9 BD http://bonikbarta.com/first-page/2013/05/27/1780

External links

  • Official website
  • Channel 9 Live


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