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BBC Bangla was launched on 11 October 1941 with a 15-minute programme under the BBC World Service. BBC Bangla's headquarters used to be Bush House, but, since 2012, it has been broadcast from Broadcasting House in London as well as from BBC bureaux in Dhaka and Kolkata.

The programmes of BBC Bangla are broadcast on FM radio, mediumwave and shortwave, their website and their internet radio and video services.[2] BBC Bangla reaches 1,30,00,000 Bengali speaking people. Its radio and online services have listeners from many Bengali communities including those in Bangladesh, West Bengal, Tripura and Assam.

Amader Shomoy is a Bengali language daily newspaper from Bangladesh. Amader Shomoy started publishing in 2003 under Nayeemul Islam Khan but was removed as publisher by a court order in 2012.

Type Daily newspaper Format Broadsheet Owner(s) New Vision Limited Publisher Notun Vision Private LTD Editor-in-chief Mohammad Golam Sarwar Founded 2003 Political alignment Liberal Language Bengali Headquarters 118-121, Tejgaon I/A Dhaka-1208 Bangladesh Website-(dainikamadershomoy.com)

In 2005, the company launched initially as the country's first exclusively web-based news agency, and was known as BDNEWS. The website bdnews24.com developed by Ahmed Yasir Riad (2005-2013) was Bangladesh's first 24/7 bilingual news web portal.[citation needed] The other two national news agencies at the time were the state-owned Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS) and the privately owned United News of Bangladesh (UNB), which at the time were teleprinter-based "wire services".[citation needed] Following a take-over in mid-2006 at the agency's holding company Bangladesh News 24 Hours Ltd, ownership is vested between two sole board directors: Managing Director and Editor-in-Chief Toufique Imrose Khalidi, and Chair of the company Asif Mahmood.[citation needed] In October 2006, bdnews24.com relaunched as Bangladesh's first free online newspaper developed by Yasir, and was rebranded as bdnews24.com.

The Daily Prothom Alo (Bengali: ????? ???) is a daily newspaper in Bangladesh, published from Dhaka in the Bengali language. It is the largest circulated newspaper in Bangladesh.[2] According to National Media Survey 2018, conducted by Kantar MRB Bangladesh, Prothom Alo has more than 6.6 million daily readership online. According to Alexa Internet, an American web traffic analysis company, the online portal of Prothom Alo is the most visited Bengali website in the world.[3] It was founded on 4 November 1998.