What is the best English radio station in Sri Lanka?

Sun FM rated the number one English radio channel as per the latest Listenership survey. Sun FM was rated the number one English radio channel yet again as per the latest independent listenership survey conducted recently covering the entire country. The survey represented all educational zones in Sri Lanka.

What are the English radio stations in Sri Lanka?

SLBC English Service

  • 90.1 MHz (Haputale)
  • 97.4 MHz (Colombo)
  • 97.4 MHz (Deniyaya)
  • 97.4 MHz (Hunasgiriya)
  • 97.4 MHz (Karagahatenna)
  • 97.4 MHz (Radella/Nuwara Eliya)
  • 97.6 MHz (Yatiyantota)

What is the most popular radio channel in Sri Lanka?

Top Sri Lanka Radio Stations

  • Sooriyan FM.
  • Shakthi FM.
  • Y FM.
  • Gold FM.
  • Tamil FM (தமிழ்)
  • Shaa FM.
  • Tube Tamil FM.
  • Hiru FM.

Who owns Kiss FM Sri Lanka?

Voice of Asia Network
Kiss FM (Sri Lanka)

Language(s) English
Format Rhythmic CHR
Owner Voice of Asia Network

Who owns Sun FM Sri Lanka?

Asian Broadcasting Corporation
Sun FM (98.9 FM or 98.7 FM) is an English language radio station in Sri Lanka. The station is owned by Asia Broadcasting Corporation. It has broadcast since 1 July 1998….Sun FM (Sri Lanka)

Colombo, Sri Lanka
Format Contemporary
Owner Asian Broadcasting Corporation
Sister stations Gold FM, Hiru FM, Sooriyan FM, Shaa FM

Top Sri Lanka Radio Stations

  • FM Derana.
  • Yes FM MBC.
  • Tamilaruvi Radio.
  • Pasanga FM.
  • SLBC Radio Sri Lanka.
  • Muslim Vaanoli.
  • SLBC City FM.
  • V FM Radio 107.6.

How many radio stations are there in Sri Lanka?

There are over 50 radio channels in Sri Lanka, most of which are owned by private companies.

How can I listen to international radio?

The home page, titled “Live”, allows users to explore the world’s radio stations in real time, by simply rotating the globe on the site and clicking a spot. (Radio. garden; or via a free app for iOS and Android).

Which is the best radio station in the world?

10 of the best music radio stations around the world

  • Bollywood.
  • Brazil.
  • Mexican and border music.
  • Americana and country.
  • Argentine “folklore” Mercedes Sosa, hailed as the ‘voice of the voiceless ones’.
  • New York jazz. Wayne Shorter.
  • Africa. Okay Africa promotes all forms of culture.
  • Korea. The Arirang schedule Photograph: PR.