Verbum TV is the first Catholic television channel in Sri Lanka and has been endorsed by the Roman Catholic Church.
Verbum TV is the very first Catholic TV Channel in Sri Lanka established with the blessings of the Bishops’ Conference to enhance the faith and spirituality of Catholics living in Sri Lanka as well as those domiciled overseas.
This is an important phase in our spiritual journey. This is our own channel dedicated to all the Catholics. Let us all nurture and grow this bigger day by day to reap the richest harvest of spirituality and faith.
Vasantham TV (வசந்தம் தொலைக்காட்சி) is a broadcast television station in Battaramulla, Sri Lanka, providing Public broadcasting content. Also known as Wasanthan TV, Vanantham TV produces and airs content to provide information, education and entertainment based on credibility and trust with a view to enriching peoples lives.
The Independent Television Network – The pioneer television station in Sri Lanka. Started operations on 13th April 1979 with very modest beginnings, On 5th of June 1979 ITN was converted to a government owned business undertaking, under a Competent Authority. In 1992 ITN was converted to a public company under State jurisdiction. In the year of 2009, 25th of June Independence Television Network’s Tamil Television Channel has started its Tamil Channel called “Vasantham TV”.
From the time of beginning of the channel it has the coverage only to the Western Province. Afterwards it has expanded its coverage towards Jaffna and also has expanded the coverage through the South Asian tallest Kokkavil Transmitting Tower and it covered whole Northern Province. As the next step through the Madulseemai Transmitting Tower it has expanded its broadcasting to Uva Province, Badulla District and Eastern Province. Mr. Murugesu Kulendran is the present Channel head of Vasantham TV.
Shraddha TV (සුපහන් සිත) is a broadcast and internet television station in Kaduwela, Sri Lanka, providing Spiritual Educational shows.
Shraddha TV focuses on Buddhism, especially the teachings of Gautama Buddha, from its main monastery in Polgahawela, Sri Lanka. Shraddha tv can be watched twenty-four hours a day via Peo TV channel number 99 and Dialog TV channel number 27 in Sri Lanka.
Shraddha TV is a Buddhist television channel broadcasted from Sri Lanka. The main objective of Shraddha Rupavahini is to convey to the world the sweet Sri Dhamma preached by the King Arahat Samma Sambuddha. The aim of Shraddha TV is to inspire the wisdom of penetrating the world in order to create a humanitarian ethos that will soften the hearts and minds of people.
In addition to making Sri Dhamma a reality, Shraddha TV also performs various social services to heal people. Shraddha TV
Swarnavahini is broadcast television station in Colombo, Sri Lanka, providing Lifestyle and Entertainment shows. Previously known as ETV 1, Swarnavahini produces and airs newscasts, TV comedies and dramas, and cooking and other lifestyle shows.
The Swarnavahini television channel was launched on the 16th of March 1997, with high-quality programming, reaching out to an extensive audience islandwide.
Hiru TV is a broadcast television station in Colombo, Sri Lanka, providing Entertainment shows. As part of Asia Broadcasting Corporation, Hiru TV airs comedies, dramas, documentaries and music shows. Hiru TV entered Sri Lanka's television history by offering island-wide coverage from day one.
Hiru TV combines high definition technology and quality program lineups to provide television audiences with an unmatched array of entertainment options. Viewers can enjoy programs ranging from teledramas to documentaries or simply watch their favourite song videos on music shows. With the option of watching live telecasts on TV or online, hours of entertainment is guaranteed to viewers.
Hiru TV, a proud brand of the Asia Broadcasting Corporation Private limited, a member of Rayynor Silva holdings
Sri Lanka Rupavahini (TV) Corporation, the State Television stands for the benefit of all Sri Lankans. We do recognise the peoples diversity of expectations, values , interests and needs.
We reach our target groups in Sinhala, Tamil and English languages. Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation (SLRC) was created by an Act of Parliament on 23 rd January 1982, established on 14th February 1982 and commissioned transmission on 15th February 1982.
SLRC aims to provide the best possible programmes to satisfy the needs of its viewers for informative , educational and family oriented entertainment.
The Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation, the National Television Network was commissioned on 15th February 1982, expanded its studio and transmission facilities in 1986 and rehabilitated most of the original equipment using digital technology in 1998 under three grant aid projects from the Government of Japan. its studio complex is situated in Colombo the commercial capital of Sri Lanka.
Swarga TV, are divisions of Rock foundation (Pvt) Ltd, which broadcast Christian TV programmes in local languages (Sinhala and Tamil) and English in Colombo and also in the North of Sri Lanka. Programmes are broadcasted 24 hours a day, on rotation, commencing at 6 am every morning.
A 24 hour line-up includes music, interviews, documentaries, preaching and teaching. These programmes are sourced internationally and also produced locally in English and in the local languages.