Schweizer Fernsehen

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Schweizer Fernsehen
Type Cable, terrestrial (DVB-T), sattellite and online (Zattoo, Wilmaa)[1]
Country   Switzerland
Owner Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen
Launch date
1958
Dissolved 16 December 2012
Former names
TV DRS (until 1993), SF DRS (1993–2005)
Official website
srf.ch
Replaced by Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen

Schweizer Fernsehen (SF) (Swiss Television) is the German language division of SRG SSR, in charge of production and distribution of television programmes in Switzerland for German-speaking Switzerland. It was formerly called SF DRS (abbreviation of: Schweizer Fernsehen der deutschen und rätoromanischen Schweiz, Swiss television of German and Romansh Switzerland) until 2005. It has its head office in Zürich.[2] Its most viewed programme is "Tagesschau" (News), daily at 7.30 PM.

On 1 January 2011, Schweizer Fernsehen and Schweizer Radio DRS began the process of merging the two entities into Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen (SRF). On 16 December 2012, the merger was complete, with SF and SR DSR adopting the SRF name to their television and radio stations.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Sendetechnik: Empfang. Schweizer Fernsehen. Retrieved on 25 April 2012.
  2. ^ Kontakt. Schweizer Fernsehen. Retrieved on 1 November 2009.

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