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SATV begins test transmission

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Another private television channel named ‘SATV’ began its test transmission on Thursday.
The test transmission was launched at a function at the Gulshan office of the new television channel, said a press release of the TV channel.
‘The SATV will be a state-of-the-art technology-based third-generation television channel in Bangladesh,’ said the release.
SA Channel (Pvt) Ltd managing director Salauddin Ahmed, chief operating officer Sayed Salauddin Zaki and chief news editor Saiful Huda, among others, attended the test launching of the TV channel.
A total of 24 satellite channels are now operating in the country.




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