TV AND RADIO CHANNELS SRI LANKA

TV and radio channels Sri Lanka
OstaMyy.Com


Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Antigua And Barbuda Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belize/a> Benin Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia And Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burma Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Chile China Colombia Comoros Congo Costa Rica Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador England Eritrea Ethiopia Fiji Finland France Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Grenada Guatemala Guinea Guyana Haiti Honduras Hong kong Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Israel Italy Ivory Coast Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Mauritania Mauritius Mexico Micronesia Moldova Monaco Mongolia Morocco Mozambique Namibia Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Niger Nigeria North Korea Norway Oman Pakistan Palau Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Saint Kitts And Nevis Saint Lucia Samoa San Marino Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia And Montenegro Seychelles Sierra Leone Singapore Slovakia Slovenia Solomon Islands Somalia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Swaziland Sweden Syria Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Togo Trinidad And Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates Uruguay USA Uzbekistan Vanuatu Vatican City Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe



TV AND RADIO CHANNELS SRI LANKA


Independent Television Network - Sri Lanka TV Channel
Independent Television Network is Sri Lanka's first terrestrial television channel and the first colour television channel in South Asia.It is owned by Independent Television Network Ltd., a fully government owned public broadcast company that located at Wickamasinhapura, Battaramulla.


SLRC - Sri Lanka TV Channel
Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation (SLRC), is the national television network of Sri Lanka. Gifted by the people of Japan to the people of Sri Lanka, mainly for the provision of education and useful information.


Sirasa TV - Sri Lanka TV Channel
Sirasa TV is an analogue terrestrial television network in Sri Lanka. It was initially established as 'MTV' in 1992 but later changed its name to Sirasa TV in 1998 to similar itself to their Radio network Sirasa FM. Sirasa TV is owned by the Sri Lankan business conglomerate The Capital Maharaja Organization Ltd together with Gregson Holdings Ltd.





Swarnawahini - Sri Lanka TV Channel
Swarnawahini, which means "Golden Channel" in Sinhala is a leading Sri Lankan news and entertainment channel. It is owned by E.A.P. Edirisingha (Pvt) Ltd. and was formally named ETV 1. It was founded in the 1990's along with sister channel ETV. The channel has many popular programs such as Rasasaraniya, the community support program Janasarana and the unbiased news feature called Live at 8.


ARTv - Sri Lanka TV Channel
ARTv also known as Art TV is an English television channel broadcast around the greater Colombo area in Sri Lanka.


ETV - Sri Lanka TV Channel
ETV is a Sri Lankan television channel. It is broadcast from Colombo & Kalutara. ETV was originally founded as one of the first two 24 hour TV channels in Sri Lanka, which were ETV 1 and ETV 2, by Nahil Wijesuriya - Chairman of East West Enterprises Ltd. It re-broadcasted the "Free-To-Air" satellite TV programming originating from Star TV on local terrestrial UHF chanells.


Channel Eye - Sri Lanka TV Channel
Channel Eye is from January 1st 2008, sharing it's broadcast time with the newly created channel, NethraTV, a Tamil language channel. All English programmes and some sports programmes are aired under the channel Eye's name.


Max TV - Sri Lanka TV Channel
Max TV is an analog television channel available in Sri Lanka owned by the private company MGM Networks (Pvt) Ltd. It is currently running test transmissions while its sister radio channel, Max Radio, has already begun proper transmissions. The actual launch date of the television channel is yet unknown.


Shakthi TV - Sri Lanka TV Channel
Shakthi TV is the first Tamil television service of Sri Lanka. It is one of the two Tamil television services in Sri Lanka. The other being Channel Eye, part of the Rupavahini Group owned by the state. Shakthi TV broadcasts on a UHF frequency from 6am to 9pm. It's a member company of MBC group.


Etsintäpalvelu


Derana - Sri Lanka TV Channel
Derana is a Sri Lankan Free-to-air Television channel which was launched in 2005. It airs popular TV programmes like The Iraj Show hosted by Sri Lankan music Producer Iraj Weerarathne and its news feature Ada Derana.


Siyatha TV - Sri Lanka TV Channel
Siyatha TV is a Sri Lankan analog television channel currently broadcasting test transmissions in Colombo. It is owned by a Voice of Asia (Pvt) Ltd., which also runs a sister radio channels named Siyatha FM& Real Radio.


Dialog TV - Sri Lanka TV Channel
Dialog TV is a direct broadcast satellite pay television provider based in Sri Lanka. A fully owned subsidiary of Dialog Telekom, Dialog TV was launched in July 2005 under the name "CBNsat". It was later renamed Dialog TV in February 2007 after the company was acquired by Dialog Telekom.


The Buddist - Sri Lanka TV Channel
The Buddist is the first Buddhist television channel for Sri Lanka [1] and the second for South Asia.[2] It is now available on the Sri Lankan Direct to Home satellite television service Dialog TV.


Channel C - Sri Lanka TV Channel
Sri Lanka's first 24 Hour Sinhala Language Music Channel is expected to commence broadcasting on the Dialog TV platform from March 1st 2008. The channel called "Channel C" will be telecasting Sinhala Music Video's on a 24X7 basis. This channel is also available on Dialog Mobile TV (MyTV) and commenced testing on Dialog Satellite TV a few days ago.


TV TTN - Sri Lanka TV Channel
Recorded news from the Tamil Television Network.


Sath FM - Sri Lanka Radio Station
Sath FM (103.6 FM) is the Sri Lanka's newest Sinhala Language Radio Station. According to reports this channel is operated by the controversial "Hulugalla" folks and the chairperson is Mrs. Lakshman Hulugalla.


SLBC - Sri Lanka Radio Station
The Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC) came into existence on January 5th 1967 when Radio Ceylon became a public corporation. Dudley Senanayake who was the Prime Minister of Ceylon in 1967 ceremonially opened the newly established Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation along with Minister Ranasinghe Premadasa and the Director-General of the SLBC, Neville Jayaweera.


Sooriyan FM - Sri Lanka Radio Station
Sooriyan FM commenced its operations as FM103.2, is a privately owned Tamil radio station in Sri Lanka.


Shree FM - Sri Lanka Radio Station
Sri FM, commenced its operations as FM99, by a veteran broadcaster named Livi Wijemanne (the owner of the frequency 99Mhz) as the first privately owned radio station in Sri Lanka, was later renamed as Shree FM when it was taken over by the E.A.P. Edirisinghe Pvt. Ltd., who owns Swarnavahini and ETV Television Channels. Its English counterpart channel being E! FM is broadcasted from colombo on FM 100.4 Mhz.


Shakthi FM - Sri Lanka Radio Station
Shakthi FM is the only Sri Lankan Tamil language channel available on the internet. The only Tamil radio channel with island-wide coverage, including the Jaffna Peninsula and most parts of the North Eastern Province of Sri Lanka, Shakthi FM broadcasts music, live news, interactive interviews etc.


LITE 89.2FM - Sri Lanka Radio Station
LITE 89.2FM (Colombo, Sri Lanka) is a Sri Lankan radio station featuring the adult contemporary music format.


Siyatha FM - Sri Lanka Radio Station
Siyatha FM(98.6 FM Island wide 90.9 FM Colombo) is a radio channel based in Colombo, Sri Lanka. It is owned by Voice of Asiya (Pvt) Ltd., which also runs its sister television channel Siyatha TV. Siyatha FM is available on 98.6 FM in Islandwide 90.9 FM from Colombo.





















TV AND RADIO CHANNELS SRI LANKA