SRF 1

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SRF 1
SRF 1 logo.svg
Launched1 March 1953; 66 years ago (1953-03-01)
Owned bySchweizer Radio und Fernsehen
Picture format576i (16:9 SDTV)
720p (HDTV)
Audience share19.3% (2016 (2016), EPD)
CountrySwitzerland
LanguageGerman
Formerly calledSRG (1953-1958)
TV DRS (1958-1984)
Fernsehen DRS (1985-1990)
Schweizer Fernsehen (1990-1993)
SF DRS (1993-1997)
SF 1 (1997-2012)
Sister channel(s)SRF zwei, SRF info
Websitewww.srf.ch/tv
Availability
Terrestrial
DigitalDVB-T
Satellite
DigitalDVB-S on Hotbird 3 at 13° East
Cable
CablecomChannel 002 (digital CH-D)
NaxooChannel 150
IPTV
A1 TV (Austria)Channel 320 (HD)
SF 1 logo used until 2012.

SRF 1 is a German-language Swiss television channel, one of three produced by the SRG SSR public-service broadcasting group (the others being SRF zwei and SRF info). The channel, formerly known as SF1, was renamed on 16 December 2012, together with its sister German-speaking TV channels and five radio channels, as part of an exercise aimed at emphasizing their common ownership as well as establishing a shared web presence for all of them.

The channel promotes itself as "a full-service TV station with a high proportion of home-produced content, especially documentaries and dramas" that offers "news and current affairs, education, arts, and entertainment for all", and it focuses on drama, entertainment, news and current affairs at a similar vein to BBC One (United Kingdom), RTÉ One (Ireland), Eén (Belgium), NPO1 (Netherlands), NRK1 (Norway), SVT1 (Sweden), ORF eins (Austria), and Das Erste (Germany).[1]

Programming[edit]

Children[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

  • Benissimo

Information[edit]

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Sport[edit]

Talk[edit]

  • Aeschbacher
  • Arena

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