Driven by the vision of global business leader the late Samson H. Chowdhury and currently under the guidance of Mr. Anjan Chowdhury, Maasranga Television is one of the leading satellite television channels in Bangladesh. Maasranga is a proud member of Square Group, one of the most well-regarded conglomerates in the country. Since its inception on July 30, 2011 as a mixed TV channel; Maasranga Television has been broadcasting accurate, time-honored and credible news from home and abroad along with exciting and inspiring entertainment for the whole family.
The whole production system is supported by state of the art high definition (HD) television technology that was introduced in Bangladesh by Maasranga. Our programs are available in different parts of Asia, Australia, Africa, Europe and the USA. Millions of viewers across the world have shared their enthusiasm for the programming provided by Maasranga.
Mission: At Maasranga, we seek to integrate excellence at every level of our operations. We commit to the highest standards of excellence in our local news, entertainment, information and public service programming. We want to be an integral part of our viewers’ lives, and we realize that community involvement is at the core of who we are and what we do. Maasranga Television is strongly committed to the communities we serve.
To be recognized as the world’s leading and most trusted media network, reaching people no matter who or where they are.
Integrity, reliability and quality are the values that we admire the most.
We are with the people – we always aim to tell real stories.
We encourage a pioneering spirit.
We strive for excellence in everything we do.
We maintain credibility through impartial, accurate and comprehensive representation of the story.
- Belief is the groundwork of the Maasranga: we treasure independence, dedication and impartiality.
- Viewers are at the heart of everything we do.
- We always aim to delivery quality and provide value for money
- Creativity is the lifeblood of our organization.
- We respect each other and celebrate our diversity so that everyone can give their best.
- We are one maasranga: great things happen when we work together.
- REHAB Best Reporting Award—given in 2012 by REHAB Report for GAS crisis in Housing Business.
- Best Reporter Award— given in 2012 by Economic Reporters Forum (ERF), Bangladesh and Canada, in 2012 for investigating Niko bribery. Scandal.
- Bangladesh Inquirer Award—given by Thomson foundation UK & MRDI
- OSH Reporting Award—given by Bangladesh Occupational safety, Health & Environment Foundation in 2013
- Prothom-Alo Anti-Drug Reporting Award—given in 2014, 2015 & 2017
- Media Award—given by Ministry of Family Planning in 2015-2016 for T for Teen.
- Award given by UN RAF memorial Journalist Fellowship for development challenge and MDG reporting in 2015.
- Meena Media Award— given by UNICEF in 2016 for ROAD THEFT-10.
- Bazlur Rahman Memorial Award—given by The Liberation War museum for best report on Women’s Freedom fighters (Birangona) in 2016.
- BRAC Migration Media Award—given in 2016 for report on defying the embargo sending Bangladeshi workers at Libya.
- Meena Media Award—given by UNICEF in 2016 for Textbook errors and low quality.
- Meena Award—given by UNESCO in 2017 for Bad effect of cartoons on children.
- Dudok Anti-Corruption Reporting Award—given in 2017.
- Meena Media Award—given by UNICEF in 2017 for textbook errors.
- BRAC Migration Media Award— given in 2017 for report on sufferings of expatriate workers of Bangladesh at airport.
- Best TV Crime Report— given by Crime Reporters Association of Bangladesh (CRAB) in 2018.