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Diganta Television

Diganta Television
Launched 28 August 2008
Owned by Diganta Media Corporation
Country  Bangladesh
Language Bengali
Broadcast area Bangladesh
Headquarters Al Razi Complex, 166 Syed Nazrul Islam Sharoni, Purana Paltan, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh
Sister channel(s) Daily Naya Diganta
Availability
Satellite
Cable
Available on most cable systems Check local listings

Diganta Television (Bengali: দিগন্ত টেলিভিশন) is a private satellite TV channel in Bangladesh, founded in 2007. This is a project of Diganta Media Corporation, which also publishes a daily newspaper "Daily Naya Diganta". Diganta TV formally started its broadcasting on 28 August 2008 with 16 hours of news and 8 hours of entertainment programs.

In 2012, Diganta began to broadcast all its content live-online to viewers around the globe through the website Viewers World.

Contents

  • Downlink Parameters 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Downlink Parameters

Downlink Frequency : 41853.0 MHz
Symbol Rate : 04.3400 MSym/s
FEC : 3/4
Orbital Position : 76.5°E
Polarization : Horizontal
Modulation Type : QPSK
Type of Carrier : MPEG-2/DVB
Name of Satellites : Apstar 2R

See also

List of television stations in Bangladesh

References

External links

  • Diganta Television Launched
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