Austin, TX, August 27, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- US based BDeshTV signs strategic agreement with Bangladesh’s National TV BTV.
BDeshTV starts online-broadcast of BTV News Live to worldwide audience in 92 countries.
BDeshTV, a new Online TV company based in the USA, announces that Bangladesh’s National Television (BTV) has signed an agreement with BDeshTV. The agreement allows BDeshTV to broadcast all BTV news and related items live from its online TV Channels to audience worldwide. Viewers anywhere in the world can now watch BTV news instantly and freely at www.bdeshtv.com. The agreement was signed in Dhaka, Bangladesh by BTV Director General, Mr. Kazi Abu Jafar Siddiqi and visiting BDeshTV Director Mr. Rabiul Islam, Ph.D. The ceremony was witnessed by Mr. Aminul Islam, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Information, Government of Bangladesh.
“We have tremendous demand from our NRB viewers to broadcast quality and substantive news of Bangladesh,”, says Dr. Rabiul Islam, a founder and Director of BDeshTV. “This agreement to broadcast news directly from BTV is a giant step towards meeting that demand and spreading Bangladesh all over the world,” adds Mr. Abdullah Al-Amin, another founder and Director of BDeshTV.
“For Transmitting contents live and then allowing online viewing from any part of the world, BDeshTV enhanced its OVI Platform and worked closely with our Bangladesh technology partner for development needed on Bangladesh side,” says Mr. Afsar Zaman, BDeshTV’s Director and Development Lead. “The results are BTV News can be shown Live to the world using only the internet and it also shows how well Engineers in USA and Bangladesh can work together producing innovations,” adds Mr. Zaman.
Since its launch on March 26, 2011, BDeshTV has been very well received globally. Presently, BDeshTV is viewed from 2350 cities in 92 countries over the internet including USA, Canada, Bangladesh, Japan, UK, Italy, Australia, Middle-East, India and South Korea. The key objective of BDeshTV is to promote Bangladeshi Art, Culture and Literature among the NRBs residing worldwide by utilizing cutting-edge technology.
BDeshTV provides free access to multiple TV channels with rich Bangla contents available online or on-demand to viewers anywhere in the world 24-hours a day. BDeshTV’s contents are focused towards the Non-Resident Bangladeshi (NRB) population living in the USA and worldwide.
BDeshTV can be viewed anywhere in the world using a broadband internet connection to www.bdeshtv.com
BDeshTV, LLC is an Austin, Texas, USA based new age Online TV company with focus on contents and media technology platform development. BDeshTV was founded in July, 2010. It has developed an online video infrastructure, OVI (TM, patent pending), and a first ever Non-Resident Bangladeshi (NRB) centric online TV, BDeshTV.com, powered by OVI, to offer 24-hour free online Bangla TV channels and on-demand videos. Visit www.bdeshtv.com.
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BDeshTV, first ever online TV network for Non-Resident Bangladeshis (NRBs) living worldwide, has started its journey in March, 2011 when Minister for Information and Cultural Affairs of People’s Republic of Bangladesh Mr. Abul Kalam Azad officially inaugurated the grand launch ceremony in Austin, Texas. Honorable Minister, in his chief guest’s speech, emphasized the need for adopting new technologies in promoting the positive growth message of Bangladesh and make Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s Digital Bangladesh vision a reality.
“BDeshTV has built a very advanced platform for Online TV broadcast and this young company has already attracted large viewing audience worldwide which has impressed us,” states Mr Siddiqi, Director General of BTV from Dhaka, Bangladesh. “We are delighted to work with BDeshTV and are looking for a wide range of relationships in the coming years between BTV and BDeshTV,” states Mr. Aminul Islam, Joint Secretary and a key decision maker in the Ministry of Information which oversees BTV.