History

Salasine Television was established on February 2, 1982 under the Ministry of Policy Planning as the first television production company in Sri Lanka to produce programs required for the television industry. Dr. Wickrama Weerasuriya is the founder of Salasine. In particular, the main objective of this institute was to make the public aware of the “Mahaweli Accelerated Development Program” and other development programs of the government. The State Timber Corporation under the Ministry of Lands, Irrigation and Mahaweli Development has provided human and financial resources for this campaign. In 1988, under a special gazette notification, “Salasine” launched the “Janasaviya” program under the Ministry of Policies and Planning. Operated under the Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications and Mass Media. Salasine has been under the purview of the Ministry of Mass Media and Information since 2001. Leaders who have contributed to the proud journey of “Salasine” in history so far claim the pride of “Salasine”

About Us

Vision

Our vision is to be the leading marketing and advertising firm in Sri Lanka.

Mission

Our mission is to have an active contribution to the economic, social and political development of Sri Lanka by providing better service in communication and other creative public services. Our services we provide especially to public and private institutions, using the most creative and motivated personal support, strategically by utilizing advanced technology.
These days Salasine Rupavahini is recognized as a private company with 100% ownership under the Ministry of Finance and Mass Media, guaranteed by the Treasury of the Sri Lankan Government. It is also on a successful journey while covering the entire field of advertising, covering all media, from printing industry to international television programs and advertising. The unique advantage for government agencies when they are working with Salasine television company in any advertising-related activity is they can work with Salsine without going through a procurement process.

At present, Selacine Rupavahini Institute is a private company with 100% ownership under the Ministry of Mass Media, guaranteed by the Treasury. It has also embarked on a successful journey covering the entire field of advertising, covering all media from print to international television programs and advertising.

The unique advantage of government agencies in dealing with advertising on television is that they can work with the Selacine without a procurement process