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Zee Bangla

Zee Bangla
জ়ী বাংলা
Zee Bangla logo
Launched 1996
Network cable television network
Owned by Zee Network
Picture format 4:3 1080p SDTV
Country India
Language Bengali
Headquarters Kolkata, West Bengal, India,
Formerly called Alpha Bangla
Replaced by Zee Bangla
Sister channel(s) Zee TV
Website www.zeebangla.com
Availability
Satellite
Tata Sky India Channel 839
Dish TV India Channel 840
Sun Direct TV India Channel 621
Airtel Digital TV India Channel 760
Big TV India Channel 922
Videocon d2h India Channel 801
Cable
SITI Digital India Channel 2

Zee Bangla (Bengali: জ়ী বাংলা) is a Bengali language cable television channel in India. It is offered by Zee Network, part of the Essel Group.[1]

The channel was first launched in 1996, but was taken off air within two months. It was relaunched as Alpha Bangla in 1999. In 2005, Zee TV went for a major brand revamp. It unveiled a new logo on 27 March 2005 at the Zee Cine Awards and thereafter Alpha Bangla became Zee Bangla now available Live on www.blacktvlive.com..

Contents

  • Programmes 1
    • Previously broadcast reality shows 1.1
    • Daily soaps 1.2
    • On Air Shows 1.3
    • Of Air Shows 1.4
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Programmes

Previously broadcast reality shows

Daily soaps

On Air Shows

  • Rannaghar
  • Didi Number One - Season 6
  • Rajjotok
  • Raashi
  • Raage Anuraage
  • Rajlakshmi Kurukshetram
  • Boyei Gelo
  • Dwiragamon
  • Raaikishori
  • Dadagiri Unlimited - Season 5
  • Mirakkel Akkel Challenger - Season 8
  • Tumi Robe Nirobe

Of Air Shows

  • Erao Shotru
  • Subarnalata
  • Kanakanjali
  • Saat Paake Bandha
  • Khona
  • Khela
  • Agnipariksha
  • Ek Akasher Niche
  • Kon Kanoner Phool
  • Sati
  • Bibi Chowdhurani
  • Kaache Aye Shoi
  • Mohona
  • Ke Tumi Nandini
  • Hero
  • Neel Shimana
  • Akdin protidin
  • Raani kahini
  • Keya Patar Nouko
  • Shashuri Zindabaad
  • Labonnor Shongshar
  • Raajpoth
  • Ei Ghor Ei Sansaar
  • Kobe Je Kothay
  • Debdas
  • Swapath
  • Raja Goja...Bindaas Moja
  • Ekdin Protidin

References

  1. ^ Das, Sibabrata (2006-07-06), "Zee Tele's stock soars on ratings upswing, future prospects", IndianTelevision.com, retrieved 2008-03-21 

External links

  • Official site
  • Live Webcast Stream
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