|Type||Public radio broadcaster|
|Owner||Government of Slovakia|
|3 August 1926|
|Dissolved||1 January 2011|
|Replaced by||Rozhlas a televízia Slovenska|
SRo began broadcasting from Bratislava, then in Czechoslovakia, twice per week on 3 August 1926 and then daily from 2 October 1926. The broadcaster also managed 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.
As a means to improve the finances of the state-owned public television broadcaster Slovenská televízia (Slovak Television), on 1 January 2011 SRo merged with Slovenská televízia to create Rozhlas a televízia Slovenska (Radio and Television of Slovakia).
SRo is a full member of the European Broadcasting Union since 2011.
When merged with Slovenská televízia in 2011, SRo operated nine radio channels, all of which were continued as a part of Rozhlas a televízia Slovenska.
- SRo 1 - Rádio Slovensko
- SRo 2 - Rádio Regina
- SRo 3 - Rádio Devín
- SRo 4 - Rádio_FM
- SRo 5 - Rádio Patria
- SRo 6 - Radio Slovakia International
The following were digital-only channels:
- SRo 7 - Rádio Klasika (classical music)
- SRo 8 - Rádio Litera (drama)
- SRo 9 - Rádio Junior (for children up to age 10)
- Radio and Television Slovakia, SRo's successor
- List of radio stations in Slovakia
- Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
- Dana Pietsch. "Slovakia: OVERVIEW: Radio". Slovakia Cultural Profile. Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic. Archived from the original on 18 June 2010. Retrieved 13 March 2014.
- "Merger of SRo and STV 'on target'". The Slovak Spectator. 9 January 2012. Retrieved 13 March 2014.
- Školkay, Andrej (2011). Media law in Slovakia. Kluwer Law International. pp. 33–34. ISBN 978-90-411-3439-4. Retrieved 13 March 2014.
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