Radio broadcasting is a particular area for involvement, according to the Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC), which has unique constitutional recognition with the United Nations Economic and Social Council. Since its inception in 2000, BNNRC has worked with other groups to advocate for local Bangladeshi fm radio with the state.
Following this strategy, for the very first time in Bangladeshi history, the Ministry of Information has sanctioned 16 community radio stations. The government established the Right to Information Act 2009 to guarantee the dissemination of information to the public. Public radio stations are a major step towards uplifting rural populations.
List of All Bangla FM Radio and News Portals
Bangladesh Betar is the country’s government radio station, which was founded after Bangladesh gained independence from Pakistan in 1971. Throughout 1975 and 1996, this was recognized as Radio Bangladesh. During the Independence Struggle of 1971, it played a crucial role. On March 26, 1971, the Radio Pakistan transmitting center was used to send a proclamation of freedom.
The channel had to transfer numerous times because of severe bombardment, and on May 25, it was finally moved to Calcutta, where it would transmit FM radio stations until the end of the war. This was called Bangladesh Betar on December 6. Its present office in the National Broadcasting House in Agangaon was constructed in 1983.
ABC is a Bangladesh radio which is the country’s oldest media coverage FM radio station. Transcom Limited’s Mediastar Limited owns ABC radio. This is one of Transcom Group’s sibling companies, along with The Daily Prothom Alo. The station’s headquarters is in Kawran Bazar’s media district. Ehsanul Huq Tito is the Head of Operations of ABC Radio, while Gazi Sharmeen Ahmed is the Chief of Programs. The station broadcasts continuously for 24 hours on FM 89.2 MHz from Dhaka. On January 7, 2009, ABC began its core business.
Dhaka FM 90.4
Beginning in February 2016, Dhaka FM 90.4 will introduce an intriguing fresh perspective to your radio listening. This FM radio live is not only Bangladesh’s first Full HD Radio station, as well as the only one in South Asia.
Radio Foorti is an FM radio station in Bangladesh. On September 22, 2006, the network went live. And it is now broadcasting in Dhaka, Sylhet, Bogura Rajshahi, Barishal, Khulna, Mymensingh, Chattogram, Cox’s Bazar, and Noakhali. It is Bangladesh’s leading FM radio station.
Radio Bhumi 92.8 FM is a private radio station headquartered in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is well-known for its reportage of athletics. Radio Bhumi 92.8 FM is the nation’s first private FM radio station dedicated solely to Bangladeshi music. Radio Bhumi is a non-profit organization that provides specialized services in a certain sector. This company has produced a variety of social and commercial works in recent years, including informative, recreational, educational, inspirational, and athletics commentary. On September 30th, the station started airing.
The Ministry of Information had licensed 28 commercial FM broadcasting companies as of 2015, with the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission allocating FM broadcasting spectrum to 25 of them.
The establishment of public radio stations is a significant step toward the upliftment of rural communities and the whole country.