Category Archives: Analog TV

TNL TV

TNL (Telshan Networks) is an analogue terrestrial television network in Sri Lanka. It is the sister channel of their radio network TNL Radio. It belongs to Telshan Networks (Pvt) Ltd and Chairman is Shan Wickramasinghe, brother of opposition leader of Sri lanka parliament Ranil Wikramasinghe.

It is also available on the Sri Lankan direct-to-home satellite television service Dialog TV

Sirasa TV

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Sirasa TV is an analogue terrestrial television network in Sri Lanka. It is the sister channel of ‘Channel 1 MTV’ which was established in 1992. Sirasa TV was founded in 1998 to similar itself[clarification needed] 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. Since then, another multi-national company – International Media Management – has also invested in MTV. It broadcasts its programs mainly in Sinhala

Swarnavahini

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Swarnavahini, which means “Golden Channel” in Sinhala is a leading Sri Lankan news and entertainment television channel. Its main theme is “Sri Lankeeya Abhimanaya” which means “Sri Lankan Pride.” It was launched on the 16th of March 1997,alongside its sister channel ETV, which mainly broadcasts in English. The station is owned by EAP Networks (Pvt.) Ltd., a fully owned subsidiary of the EAP Group and was formally named ETV 1. The channel has many popular programs such as the cookery show Rasasaraniya, talk-show Coffee with Lahiru and Muditha, community support program Janasarana and the unbiased newscast Live at 8.

Siyatha TV

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Siyatha TV is a private Sri Lankan analog television channel currently broadcasting in Colombo in the Sinhala language. It is owned by the Voice of Asia Network (Pvt) Ltd, which also runs radio channels named Siyatha FM, Real Radio and Vettri FM.

CCTV News

CCTV News formerly known as CCTV-9 is a 24-hour English news channel, of China Central Television (CCTV), based in Beijing. The channel grew out of CCTV International, which was launched on 15 September 2000. CCTV News coverage includes newscasts, in-depth reports, and commentary programs, as well as feature presentations. Its Free-to-air satellite signal can be received by more than 85 million viewers, in over 100 countries and regions.[1] It is also carried by Cable, DTH, IPTV, and Terrestrial TV platforms or systems in many nations. It caters to a global English-speaking audience, including overseas Chinese and English speakers in China.