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Dinamina, largest daily, radio receivers, daily newspapers, television sets

All electronic communications in Sri Lanka are government controlled. The country has 9 daily newspapers with a combined daily circulation of 530,000. In the late 1990s the largest daily was the Dinamina, published in Colombo. Sri Lanka has 41 telephone mainlines, 211 radio receivers, and 84 television sets for every 1,000 inhabitants. Television broadcasting began in Colombo in 1979.



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