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Broadcasting in Sri Lanka

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      • Includes bibliographical references (p. 334-343).Originally presented as the authors thesis (Ph. D.).Comprehensive and analytical study of radio broadcasting in Sri Lanka; covers the period, June 27th 1924-June 1990.

        StatementCentre for Media and Policy Studies (CMPS)
        PublishersCentre for Media and Policy Studies (CMPS)
        LC Classifications1990
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 71 p. :
        Number of Pages62
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 109559522639

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Regular broadcasting started in in July 1924. The viewer will have more services and better picture and sound quality and a greater choice of channels and programs. Television broadcasting is a universal service and is an important infrastructure, which most people rely on as a source of information.

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MBC Networks Pvt Limited, a media company dedicated to radio broadcasting, has five radio stations: Yes FM, Sirasa FM, Shakthi FM, Y FM, and Legends FM. For example data broadcasting production requires programers, designers and data administrators and likewise, leading to the activation of human resources in ICT in the country and also help improve the capacity of our skilled engineers.

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4 percent while the Tamil language channel Shakthi TV has an audience reach of 6. Radio stations in Sri Lanka on FM, mediumwave and shortwave Radio Stations in Sri Lanka ON THIS PAGE: Radio stations in Sri Lanka• One of the direct benefits to the public from the switch from analogous program to digital broadcast is that it has a built-in mobile transmission facility; meaning that mobile devices like the cell phones can receive the broadcast signals.