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List Of Nalanda College Colombo Alumni - Media Personalities & Journalist
... former Director of Sinhala Service of the Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation Karunaratne Abeysekera - poet, song writer, created history in the world of radio by being the first ever Sinhala cricket commentator over ... President of the Association for Sri Lanka-China Social and Cultural Cooperation(ASLCSCC), Friendship Ambassador -CPAFFC, Former Advisor-China ...
Nihal Bhareti
... Nihal Bhareti is a popular radio announcer with the Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation in Colombo ... mellow voice attracted hundreds of fans in Sri Lanka as well as on the Indian sub-continent ... mellow voice proved popular with local listeners in Sri Lanka as well as listeners on the All Asia beam of the station ...
History Of Broadcasting - The 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s - Sri Lanka
... The Government of Sri Lanka opened up the market in the late 1970s and 1980s allowing private companies to set up radio and television stations ... Sri Lanka's public services broadcasters are the Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC), Independent Television Net Work (ITN) and the affiliated radio station called Lak-handa ... Broadcasting in Sri Lanka went through a transformation resulting in private broadcasting institutions being set up on the island among them Telshan Network (Pvt) Ltd, (TNL, Maharaja ...
List Of Royal College Colombo Alumni - Media Personalities and Journalists
... Pioneer radio broadcaster News Director with Radio Ceylon, Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation and the Ethnic Minorities Adviser to the BBC Leon Belleth - pioneer radio ...

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