Prime TV Sri Lanka

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Prime TV
Primetv channel.jpg
Wickramasinhapura, Battaramulla, Sri Lanka
Type Government-owned corporation
Established 12 November 2009 (Currently ceased operations,due to frequency change)
Slogan Catch the reflection

Prime TV was a television channel based in Sri Lanka. The channel was operated by the Independent Television Network Limited, which is a state governed television and radio broadcaster in Sri Lanka.

In 2011 CSN replaced Prime TV by taking over the required terrestrial frequencies. As a result, most of the Prime TV's shows, including their news bulletin, Prime TV News, were moved over to its Tamil language sister channel Vasantham TV. Eventually, the channel ceased their operations.[1]

The channel used to broadcast in the English language.[2]

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  1. ^ ITN Reporters (2009-11-12). "ITN launches Prime TV and Prime Radio Channels". ITN channel News . Retrieved 2009-12-31. 
  2. ^ Ruwini Jayawardana (2009-11-11). "Prime TV and Prime Radio breaks into the scene". Daily News. Archived from the original on 2011-06-05. Retrieved 2009-12-31.