• Expats jubilant at NTV grand festival in Australia

    Programme held on 13 February 2016

    The chairman and managing director of NTV Alhaj Mohammad Mosaddak Ali inaugurated colourful NTV Festival at Rockdale of Sydney in Australia at 6:00pm (local time) on Saturday.

    Local leaders of Liberal, and Labour parties were present at the festival. The national anthem of Bangladesh was heard during the inauguration.

    NTV grand festival in Australia

    This was the first time NTV arranged such a fiesta outside Bangladesh. The most jubilant among others were the third generation of Bangladeshis born in Australia. Each family participated at the fest was found excited and elated being a part of the grand celebration. Every member of the audience wore the NTV monogram on his or her bosom.

    Alhaj Mohammad Mosaddak Ali, the chief guest at the function, in his speech said: 'It is all because of your endless love that NTV claimed the top position in the country. You, the people of the country (Bangladesh) are the owners of this TV channel. I have been, on behalf of you, running the channel as an unbiased one. We have been awarded the ISO certificate for maintaining a high-scale standard in broadcasting programmes as well as news. Everything was possible because of your unprecedented love for the channel. I'm extremely glad to attend the festival.'

    Head of NTV Australia Rashed Srabon said: 'We have been endorsed by Australian government and other Bangladeshi communities for our works. In the coming future NTV Online will become the No. 1 news portal in Bangladesh.'

    Thanking everyone involved with the festival he said, 'NTV is now not only for the Bangladeshis of the communities, but for everyone. It has become a mainstream TV channel.'

    NTV Australia has been crediting people working in and for the community, and in Sidney media. Shah Jaman Titu has been awarded this time. He has been running assistance programmes with language, in the community, and among the refugees for a long time. Besides, he is working for enhancing the living standard of the Bangladeshis.

    Bangladesh Press Club president in Australia Rezaul Haq, and Press Council convenor Badrul Alam handed the award over to Titu.

    Among others from NTV, present on the occasion were Asiful Islam from Marketing and Media department, Shakil Ahmed from Corporate Affairs department, Saiful Islam, Parvez Majumder, Biva Sarker, Anjuman Anny, and Sumaiya Shuvo form NTV administration.