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Massranga TV On Apstar 7 at 76.5° East New Biss Key 2023

Massranga TV On Apstar 7 at 76.5° East New Biss Key 2023

Maasranga Television (Bengali: মাছরাঙা টেলিভিশন; lit. ’Kingfisher Television’) is a Bangladeshi Bengali-language satellite and cable television channel owned by the Square Group. It commenced broadcasts on 30 July 2011, and is based in Banani, Dhaka.

Massranga TV On Apstar 7 at 76.5° East New Biss Key 2023

Last Update On 08-12-2022

Apstar 7 at 76.5° East
Massranga TV (Bangladesh)
TP. 4070 H 4000
New Biss Key : F1 ED AE 8C BC CF D5 16

Maasranga Television received its broadcasting license from the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission, along with several other privately owned Bangladeshi television channels, on 20 October 2009. The channel commenced official transmissions on 30 July 2011, with the “Rangati Elo Machranga” (রাঙাতে এল মাছরাঙা; lit. ’Kingfisher came to color’) slogan.[4] Maasranga is the first television channel in Bangladesh to broadcast on high-definition television.

In July 2015, in observance of Eid al-Fitr, Maasranga began airing Nickelodeon India’s Motu Patlu. The channel later added more Indian animated programming such as Chacha Bhatija, Gattu Battu, and ViR: The Robot Boy. On 15 August 2015, coinciding the 40th death anniversary of the founding father of Bangladesh, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Maasranga aired a special musical program titled Bangabandhu Ke Niye. Along with Bangladesh Television and GTV, Maasranga Television broadcast the 2016 Asia Cup for Bangladeshi audiences.

Maasranga began reairing The Adventures of Sinbad in Bangladesh on 1 January 2017, which was also formerly broadcast by Bangladesh Television. The channel also began airing the Turkish television series Diriliş: Ertuğrul on 2 April 2017. It was one of the broadcasters of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in the country. Maasranga began airing Hercules: The Legendary Journeys on 10 February 2019. The 2018 supernatural thriller film Debi had its world television premiere on Maasranga twice on 13 and 14 February 2019. In December 2019, Maasranga, along with three other Bangladeshi television channels, signed an agreement with UNICEF to air programming regarding children’s issues.

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