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SRF info

SRF info
Launched 3 May 1999 (experimental)
17 January 2001 (main launch)
Owned by Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen
Picture format

576i (16:9 SDTV)

720p (16:9)
Country Switzerland
Formerly called SFi
SF Replay
SF info
Sister channel(s) SRF 1
SRF zwei
Website /tv.ch.srfwww
Availability
Cable
Cablecom Channel 004 (digital CH-D)
Naxoo Channel 152
SF info logo used until 2012.

SRF info is a German-language Swiss television channel, owned by Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen.

The channel was initially broadcast only via cable and satellite television, but it has also been transmitted terrestrially in the German-speaking regions of Switzerland since January 2009.[1]

Programming

The main programmes on the channel come from Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen, which have already been aired on SRF 1 and SRF zwei.

During the evenings the channel rebroadcasts the daily news programmes SRF Tagesschau, 10vor10 and Schweiz aktuell.

The channel also rebroadcasts some programmes such as the World Economic Forum in Davos.

References

  1. ^ SF Info set for January DTT launch

External links

  • www.srf.ch/tv
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