Top 10 Radio Stations in Bangladesh

Nowadays everyone has a mobile phone, mostly a smart-phone. Due to the technological advantage, most of the mobile phone has a radio channel based on the local community. Bangladesh is not out of that, Bangladesh has many radio stations because of its rapid demand from the youth. Here in Bangladesh, plenty of radio stations are created based on their own investment. Now we are going to let you know about top 10 Radio station in Bangladesh:
Radio Furti Limited(88.0 FM):
The biggest Bangladeshi FM radio station that went live on 21 September 2006. It is currently available in Dhaka, Sylhet, Rajshahi, Khulna, Barisal, Mymensingh, Chittagong, Noakhali, and Cox's Bazar. The most popular programs are Dhaka Calling, Foorti Unlimited, Hello Dhaka, Bhoot FM, Platform 88.

Contact Address of Radio Furti:
LandMark (8th floor), 12-14 Gulshan North C/A, Gulshan-2
Dhaka-1213, Bangladesh
Telephone: +880-2-8835747-8

ABC Radio(89.2 FM):
ABC Radio is a popular Radio station in Bangladesh.This Radio station has coverage in Narayanganj, Gazipur, Tangail, Manikganj, Narsingdi, Brahmanbaria, Madaripur, Chandpur, Faridpur, Comilla, and some areas of Feni, Kishoreganj and Sirajganj.

Contact With ABC Radio:
Dhaka Trade center
3rd Flor, 99 Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue.
Kauran Bazar, Dhaka -1215
Phone: 02-8141038, 02-8189307-10, 01711892892

Radio Today(89.6 FM):
The first FM Radio station in Bangladesh. Its first coverage was only in the capital, Dhaka, but later transmitted into the port-city Chittagong. It has eight-station running at present, with stations in Cox's Bazar, Sylhet, Khulna, Bogra, Mymensingh, and Barisal. Radio Today is planning to expand two more stations in Kushtia and Comilla.

Office Address of Radio Today
Radio Broadcasting FM (Bangladesh) Co. Ltd.
34, Kemal Ataturk Avenue, Awal Centre(13th and 19th Floor)
Banani, Dhaka - 1213, Bangladesh.
PABX: +880-2-982 0370 - 4 

Radio Aamar (88.4 FM):
a 24-hour private FM radio station in Bangladesh. It started its official transmission on 11 December 2007.
Radio Amar Office address:
(Radio Aamar 88.4 FM)
Silver Tower (12th Floor)
52, Gulshan Avenue
Gulshan- 1, Dhaka- 1212
Phone:+88 02 9886800

Radio Shadhin(92.4 FM):
A Dhaka-based 24-hour private FM radio station in Bangladesh. Radio Shadhin gaining its popularity day by day.
Station Address: Radio Shadhin 92.4FM
Asiatic Centre, House 63, Road 7B, Block H, Banani, Dhaka 1213.

Dhaka FM (90.4):
The first 24-hour HD technology and private FM radio station in Bangladesh, with its studio headquarters in Dhaka.The journey of Dhaka FM began back in 2009.
Technical Facts:
Frequency: 90.4MHz
Capacity: 10KW
Antenna Gain: 6 dB
Polarization: Circular (8 bay)
Data service: RDS and DARC Transmission
Office Address of Dhaka FM :
Navana Tower (15th floor), 45 Gulshan Ave, Dhaka 1212

Color's Radio(101.6 FM):
A Dhaka-based 24-hour private FM radio station in Bangladesh.
Office Address of Color's Radio:
Color’s FM Radio
67/4, Pioneer Road, Kakrail
Phone:+880 (2) 9336628
Dhaka, Bangladesh

People's Radio(91.6 FM):
A Dhaka-based 24-hour private FM radio station in Bangladesh.
Office Address of People's Radio:
Peoples Radio 91.6 FM
Gulshan 2 , Dhaka 41 DIT II Cir
Phone: 02-7112346

Radio Bhumi(992.8FM):
A Dhaka-based 24-hour private radio station in Bangladesh. The station began transmission on 30 September 2012.
Contact with Radio Bhumi:
40, Shohid Tajudduin Sarani, Tajgoan I/A, 1208 Dhaka, Bangladesh

City FM(96.0 FM):
A 24-hour private radio station in Bangladesh that began transmitting on 23 March 2013. It is currently available in Dhaka.

State-owned Radio Station in Bangladesh:
Bangladesh Betar or BB is the state-owned radio broadcasting organization of Bangladesh. It was also known as Radio Bangladesh between 1975 and 1996.

Some Community Radios in Bangladesh:
Bikrampur;99.2(Munshiganj), Chilmari; 99.2(Kurigram), Mukti; 99.2(Bogra),Naf; 99.2 (Cox's Bazar District),Padma; 99.2(Rajshahi),Sagor Giri; 99.2 Sitakunda, Chittagong,Sundarban; 98.8 (Khulna)

Online radio stations in Bangladesh:
Bangla Radio 24, Radio Jibon, Radio Health, Radio 2fun, Radio Alibaba, Radio Boss24, Radio Mrittika, Grameen radio, Radio Metro.FM, Radio Lollipop

Upcoming radio stations:
Radio Dhol,Radio Capital,Radio Dinrat,Radioactive,Desh Radio, Radio Next,Bangla Radio,Jago FM,Radio Dhoni,Radio CIUS,Radio City,Radio Age,Times Radio.

I found many foreign investments willing to invest in Bangladeshi Radio station. This intuition is like Vice versa because, if outlandish radio station plants in Bangladesh, most often they will try to bring their culture in Bangladesh. Most often they will manipulate/mixed up their culture with Bangladeshi culture that is not praise-worthy anymore. The Bangladesh government should have a regulation about this concern.

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