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dc.contributor.authorShafiul Islam, Sheikh Mohammad
dc.contributor.authorMarjan, Syed Mahfujul Haque
dc.description.abstractThe media booming especially the rise of satellite television channels is a significant phenomenon in the landscape of Bangladesh media which was initiated after the fall of autocratic regime in 1990. At present, twenty four satellite TV channels are in operation under the corporate ownership. These satellite channels are presenting hour-round news and views on different events and affairs. The state-owned BTV was the sole medium to cover and disseminate news, information and entertainment to the country-wide audience till 1999. Within a period of one and a half decade, ‘the media boom’ that Bangladesh is experiencing is not noticed in many other countries of the South-Asian region. In spite of this significant change in terms of quantity and ownership pattern, there still lacks a comprehensive broadcast policy to guide day-to-day operations of the channels. The article, in this backdrop, presents trend of the ever-growing satellite channels in covering news. The article also explores interests of the TV channels in terms of news selection, treatment and presentation.en_US
dc.subjectNews coverage, state-owned television, news selectionen_US
dc.titleTrends of TV News Coverage in Bangladeshen_US

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  • Volume 1, July 2013 [11]
    Daffodil International University Journal of Humanities & Social Science

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