Slovenský rozhlas (Slovak Radio) is Slovakia's national public-service radio broadcaster. The publicly funded company has its headquarters in Bratislava, capital of the Slovak Republic, housed in a building shaped like an inverted pyramid. Regular daily broadcasting from Bratislava, then in Czechoslovakia, began on 2 October 1926.
Slovenský rozhlas manages the Slovak Radio Children's Choir, founded in 1953 and the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOSR), founded in 1929 as the Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra.
From January 2011, Slovenský rozhlas is part of RTVS together with Slovenská televízia.
Slovenský rozhlas broadcasts six radio channels:
plus the following digital-only channels:
- SRo 7 - Rádio Klasika (classical music)
- SRo 8 - Rádio Litera (drama)
- SRo 9 - Rádio Junior (for children up to age 10)
Coordinates: 48°09′15″N 17°06′51″E / 48.15417°N 17.11417°E