RupavahiniPosted Monday, February 28, 2022 ( 7 months ago)
Last updated: March 1st, 2022
The Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation, also known as Jathika Rupavahini, is the national television network of Sri Lanka. Established by Parliament under Act No. 6 of 1982 for the provision of national television service, it produces and broadcasts programs in three languages.
Founded: February 14, 1982
Number of employees: 1,030 (2015)
Key people: Mayura Samarasinghe
Parent organization: Ministry of Information and Mass Media
Rupavahini Channel Frequency
|Transmission||UHF / Mhz|
|Rajagiriya||UHF 52 / 719.25 (V)724.75 (S)CH-52|
|Paadhagala||UHF 52 / 719.25 (V)724.75 (S)CH-52|
|Deniyaya||UHF 41/ 615.25 (V)620.75 (S)CH-39|
|Sooriyakanda||VHF 11 / 719.25 (V)724.75 (S)CH-52|
|Namunukula||UHF 10 / 719.25 (V)724.75 (S)CH-52|
|Piduruthalagala||VHF 05/ 175.25 (V)180.75 (S)CH-5 / 189.25 (V)194.75 (S)CH-7|
|Hanthana||VHF 10 / 210.25 (V)215.75 (S)CH-10|
|Primerose||UHF 38 / 615.25 (V)620.75 (S)CH-39|
|Palali||UHF 21 / 487.25 (V)492.75 (S)CH-23|
|Kokavil||UHF 43 / 583.25 (V)588.75 (S)CH-35|
|Gammaduwa||UHF 39 / 719.25 (V)726.75 (S)CH-52|
Rupavahini Contact Number
+94 112 50 10 50
+94 112 58 09 29
Rupavahini Corporation Address
P.O. Box 2204, Independence Square
Colombo - 07
Rupavahini Programme Schedule
Sri Lanka Rupavahini (TV) Corporation, the State Television stands for the benefit of all Sri Lankans. We do recognize the people's 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 programs 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. The complex comprises a Master Control Room, four Studios, two Dubbing Studios, a Digital Post Production Unit, two Analogue Post production Units, several editing suites including Non Linear Editing, and four Outside Broadcast vehicles.