Use of Television as a Community Media by Farmers in Bangladesh
Bangladesh is a small South Asian country with a total area of about 147,570 square kilometers. It has a flat, fertile, deltaic land with a fringe of hills in the east and southeast, and luxuriant greenery all over. The economy is predominantly agrarian, that sector accounting for about 35 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
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