For the first time in the country, the Broadcast Journalist Center, Bangladesh, has embarked on its journey through a conference of aspirations and dreams for television media workers. This organization is breaking away from the traditional concept of a professional organization, aiming to simultaneously enhance the skills and welfare of its members, as well as engage in risk management. Additionally, the Broadcast Journalist Center plans to develop economic capacity by leveraging the investments of its members. In response to the call made by Shakil Ahmed, head of news at Ekattor TV, various television workers came together...
Broadcast media serves as a bridge in society, bridging political differences in thought and action. Since the advent of private television, communication gaps between urban and rural populations have decreased. Television has become a symbol of refuge and hope, standing with the common people against societal inconsistencies and injustices.
However, those who work tirelessly in television face insecurities in social, physical, and financial aspects. Despite the creation of job opportunities through the establishment of over 30 television stations in the country, these media workers face uncertainty.
BJC Media Park
All professionals have their own housing schemes, which boost their morale and confidence while providing security. However, this does not apply to journalists, as their lifestyle is not compatible with such arrangements. Regardless of whether one chooses a flat or a house, upon stepping outside the main door, they are greeted by the same dusty city, where every breath is a struggle. Except for a few areas in Dhaka, all the necessities of life are not conveniently accessible. The favored coffee shop may be distant, schools far away, and hospitals, schools, playgrounds, and running tracks are not easily reachable.