Nazmul Hasan Papon, who is the president of the Bangladesh Cricket Board, said that in the coming future, he will apply for his own television channel for domestic matches and international series, and for this, the BCB president is ready and will launch his channel. Will keep the name “BCB TV“.
He will launch this channel to avoid the broadcast problems he is having in his matches.
The series between Bangladesh and Ireland were watched free of charge by local fans, so the broadcast rights for the series between them were not bought by any local TV channel. Their second match was broadcast live by the Bangladesh Cricket Board on its own official YouTube channel.
The first Test, which took place in June last year, was Bangladesh’s tour of the West Indies, and this Test was also streamed live on the ICC website. But broadcast rights were not bought by any local station. A series including Bangladesh was broadcast by ICC TV, and this was the second time it happened.
BCB set to launch its own television channel ‘BCB TV’
Information was given by Nazmul Hassan Papon that he was making a plan and this plan was to make a TV channel. AND WHEREAS it has been confirmed by the Chairman of the Board today that he will take all such steps which are necessary as may be to remove any obstructions that may arise with domestic tournaments and international series, and to remove them.
He didn’t watch the last Ireland series on TV and it didn’t show on anyone, keeping an eye on all this he decided to make his own TV channel and also asked to apply for that. And this decision was taken by them today itself. Papon spoke about the decision of his TV channel after the meeting.
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Sins also said that there is a problem with watching the game. According to him, no one participates during DPL. They broadcast the games of UAE and Sri Lanka, but they do not have the desire to show them as local games. They will apply for BCB TV. They also do not believe that once they get this channel then no one will have to wait or wait to watch the game. The upcoming Bangladesh series against Afghanistan will be telecasted by channels named Ghazi TV and T-Sports. In Afghanistan, it will be broadcast by a channel called RTA Sports, and in India by a channel called Fancode.
Amidst all these announcements and decisions, another important announcement was made by the boss of BCB that the salary and fees of women cricketers will be increased substantially. According to the said, the salary cap of tigresses will be Rs 1,00,000 and a minimum of Rs 50,000 will be fixed.