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The importance of Smart TV for SRG SSR

Switzerland’s public broadcaster, SRG SSR is enhancing its own streaming offer and looking at ways of optimising its reach via Smart TV.

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Podcasts and public media: Local news

Public radio has a long history of creating content that meets the changing needs of society while informing, educating, and entertaining listeners. But how is it adapting to provide public service podcasting?

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Funding pressures for Swiss public media

The latest on SRG SSR, including its role in society, funding developments and cost-cutting measures since the 2018 "No Billag" referendum.

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Swiss public broadcaster faces financial pressures in wake of Covid-19

SRG SSR, faces financial pressures during the Covid-19 pandemic, including loss of advertising revenues, the temporary suspension of employees and licence fee reduction.

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Changing times for public media funding

With many public broadcasters facing financial uncertainty across Europe, some have been reviewing and adapting their funding models for the future. 

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Putting the public in public media

Exploring the initiatives that some broadcasters have undertaken to better engage and involve the public in public service media.

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Insight | The “No Billag” Swiss Saga

Gilles Marchand, the CEO of SRG SSR, reveals all about the passionate fight for public media in Switzerland amidst the recent "No Billag" campaign.

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Focus on PSM | Switzerland

Upcoming referendum could result in Switzerland becoming the first European nation to dismantle the majority of its public service broadcasting service.

Swiss media must reform to follow digital transformations

According to a federal report, the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation (SBC) must keep on transforming and adapting to the new digital landscape that is affecting public media all over the world.

Bosnian PSB to suspend broadcasting

The Bosnia and Herzegovinian Radio and Television (BHRT) service will temporarily suspend broadcasting from the 30 June as a result of longstanding financial difficulties