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5th World Radio Day 2016 is observing with colorful rally, discussion session and cultural programs in Bangladesh

The 5th World Radio Day 2016 is observing with the colorful rally, discussion, session and cultural programs in Bangladesh. Hon’ble Minister for Ministry of Information Mr. Hasanul Haq Inu, MP The Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh while he was speaking as Chief Guest at the opening ceremony of World Radio Day at Bangladesh Betar Bhaban, Agargaon, Dhaka.

Mr. A S M Mahbubul Alam, Addl. Secretary and In charge of Hon’ble Secretary, Ministry of Information, Mr. A K M Rahamat Ullah, MP, Chairman of parliamentary standing committee for Ministry of information attended as Special guests.

Mr. AHM Bazlur Rahman-S21BR, Chief Executive Officer of Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC) and Member, World Radio Day Observation International Committee, Mr. AKM Nesar Uddin Ahmed, Director General of Bangladesh Betar (Newly Appoint) also spoke at the opening ceremony.

Ms. Shahjadi Anjuman Ara, Addl. Secretary (Broadcast) and In charge of Director General of Bangladesh Betar presided over the opening ceremony.

16 Community Radio Stations, 12 Medium wave stations, 35 FM station of Bangladesh Betar and 14 Private FM station observed 5th World Radio day 2016 on 13 February 2016 in the different part of Bangladesh.

Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication is promoting the advocacy with the government in relations to community radio with other organizations since its emergence from 2000. BNNRC has been addressing the community radio and community TV access issue for over a decade, helping to bridge the information gap of rural Bangladesh.

The reality of today is that the bondage between the community people and local-level community radio stations are getting strengthened day-by-day. Community Radio has now become their part of life. Community Radio becomes the instrument for the livelihood battle of the rural people.

Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication established the Community Media News Agency (CMNA), Community Media Academy (CMA) and Monthly Community Media to share development news & building capacity for the Community Media sector in Bangladesh.

The 5th World Radio Day 2016 is observing with the colorful rally, discussion session, and cultural programs in Bangladesh. Hon’ble Minister for Ministry of Information Mr. Hasanul Haq Inu, MP

Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh while he was speaking as Chief Guest in the opening ceremony of World Radio Day at Bangladesh Betar Bhaban, Agargaon, Dhaka.

Mr. A S M Mahbubul Alam, Addl. Secretary and In charge of Hon’ble Secretary, Ministry of Information, Mr. A K M Rahamat Ullah, MP, Chairman of parliamentary standing committee for Ministry of information attended as Special guests.

Mr. AHM Bazlur Rahman-S21BR, Chief Executive Officer of Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC) and Member, World Radio Day Observation International Committee, Mr. AKM Nesar Uddin Ahmed, Director General of Bangladesh Betar (Newly Appoint) also spoke at the opening ceremony.

Ms. Shahjadi Anjuman Ara, Addl. Secretary (Broadcast) and In charge of Director General of Bangladesh Betar presided over the opening ceremony.

16 Community Radio Stations, 12 Medium wave stations, 35 FM station of Bangladesh Betar and 14 Private FM station observed 5th World Radio day 2016 on 13 February 2016 in different part of Bangladesh.

Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication is promoting the advocacy with the government in relations to community radio with other organizations since its emergence from 2000. BNNRC has been addressing the community radio and community TV access issue for over a decade, helping to bridge the information gap of rural Bangladesh.

The reality of today is that the bondage between the community people and local-level community radio stations are getting strengthened day-by-day. Community Radio has now become their part of life. Community Radio becomes the instrument for the livelihood battle of the rural people.

Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication established the Community Media News Agency (CMNA), Community Media Academy (CMA) and Monthly Community Media to share development news & building capacity for the Community Media sector in Bangladesh.