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Ekushey Television broadcasting started in 2000 as first private terrestrial channel in Bangladesh but it was closed down in 2002. Its transmission approved again in 2005 and official transmission resumed in 2007. Mr. Mohammed Saiful Alam is the Chairman & CEO of this TV channel.
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March 26th, 2016
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