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Srimath Indrajith honoured

Blessed with a golden voice, he has reached the pinnacle. But voice alone would not suffice. You need action. A communicator who enhanced the knowledge sphere of the Sri Lankan audience through television, radio and newspaper was honoured recently.

Srimath Indrajith Liyanage needs no introduction in the circle of announcers. He has introduced the most number of announcers to the local communication field through his brainchild ‘Katahanda’. He was honoured by the Vishwa Shakthi Cultural Association and Indrakheela Foundation. The event was held at the Public Library to coincide with the 20th anniversary of Katahanda.

JMC Founder Director JMUB Jayasekara handed over a tusked award together with a cash prize of Rs 200,000 to Srimath Indrajith Liyanage. He has served in Jathika Rupavahini, City FM, National Service, Commercial Service, Educational Service, ITN, TNL, MTV, Siyatha TV, Isrua FM, Thinetha TV, Sirasa TV, Umm al-Quwain Radio Station, Ceylon TV, Australia’s ZZZ, Max TV, Max Radio and many channels. Liyanage has shown his writing capacity at Dinamina, Silumina, Tharuni and Yovun Janatha as a subeditor. In addition, he has contributed to radio dramas, television soaps and films. He is also popular on the stage. Liyanage has won a number of awards as the best announcer in the country.

Srimath Indrajith Liyanage retains an inimitable figure in his own right as a artist, author, dancer, lyricist and singer. He is the son of veteran journalist Gunadasa Liyanage and Chandralatha Liyanage.


 

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