The Buddhist (TV channel)
|Launched||29 June 2007|
|Language||English, Sinhala, Tamil|
|Broadcast area||Sri Lanka|
|Headquarters||Sri Sambodhi Vihara, Colombo|
|Dialog TV||Channel 26|
|PEO TV||Channel 96|
The Buddhist is the first Buddhist television channel for Sri Lanka. The Buddhist channel studios are located at Sri Sambodhi Vihara (Temple) that is situated in Colombo, Sri Lanka. It is available on the Sri Lankan Direct to Home satellite television services Dialog TV and Dish TV. The service also operates on PEO TV and cable TV. The aim of the channel is to telecast valuable religious and cultural programming in the three main languages of Sri Lanka, English, Sinhala and Tamil. The founder and the Chairman of the Buddhist TV is the most Ven. Daranagama Kusaladhamma Thero. On 29 June 2007, the channel was officially launched by President Mahinda Rajapaksa, Chief Justice Sarath N. Silva and head priest of the Asgiriya chapter in Sri Lanka.
Buddhist Radio is broadcast on FM MHz 101.3 101.5.
- "Sri Lanka gets its first Buddhist TV channel", The Sunday Times, 2007-07-01. Retrieved on 2007-07-01.
- the first being DMC.TV