Explore SRG with «Metro»

“Metro” guides you station by station through all the important and interesting issues to do with the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation (SRG SSR). See why SRG has a public mandate but is nevertheless not an institution established under public law. You can become acquainted with SRG's unique form of organization and see what objectives SRG wants to pursue in future. “Metro” is a tool for people in a hurry, but also for those who want to know exactly what's what. “Metro” is aimed at new employees, but there are also one or two things for "old SRG hands" to discover as well. Of course, people who don't work at SRG are also invited to get to know SRG better with ”Metro”. The first station on each “Metro” line provides a concise summary of the key facts. The second station looks more closely at the subject matter. Detailed information is available at station three, and clicking on station four will take you to the RSI, RTR, RTS, SRF and SWI Swissinfo Enterprise Units.

The Swiss Broadcasting Corporation (SRG) is maintaining a steady course in stormy waters

The media industry is changing radically. Traditional business models are being called into question in the age of the Internet, foreign and domestic competition is growing and the Swiss population as a target group is changing, as are its media habits. Added to this, the political framework that constrains SRG is a daily challenge. So as not to lose sight of its objectives, SRG in its Corporate Strategy defines the challenges and priorities it will face over the coming years, ensuring all its Enterprise Units are pulling in the same direction and all its staff have been informed of its common goals. In today's somewhat stormy, changeable waters this means, for example, positioning SRG as a multimedia company rather than simply a media company.