List of Swiss video websites, TV, radio, newspapers, etc. (for information only)

NameWebsiteRelationshipsIntroduction
The official website of Radio Swatchhttp://www.swatch.tv/SwissThe official website of Radio Swatch, which broadcasts sports news, art information and Swatch fashion news. In addition, you can participate in radio interaction in the many ways offered by the website.
Viewsterhttp://www.viewster.com/  SwissViewster is a global provider of on-demand web streaming media. It was founded in 2007 and its headquarters are in Zurich, Switzerland.
Radio Swiss Jazzwww.radioswissjazz.chSwissRadio Swiss Jazz is a Swiss radio station that plays jazz music with excellent sound quality and stable transmission.
Radio Swiss Classicwww.radioswissclassic.chSwissRadio Swiss Classic is a free commercial radio station in Switzerland that plays some of the world’s most magnificent and popular classical music pieces. Its overarching message is not to talk about music, but to enjoy it, so the radio hosts simply announce song titles, composers and performers and the rest is to listen to the music.
Online travel video network (Webcams)cn.webcams.travelSwissWebcams has a large collection of online travel videos of famous destinations around the world. The site allows users to take in some of the world’s most beautiful scenery. In addition, Webcams uses a Google Maps-based solution that allows users to rate and comment. The site is available in English, German, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Japanese and Chinese.
Radio Suisse Romande (RSR)http://www.rsr.ch/SwissSwissRadio Suisse Romande (RSR) is the most influe ntial radio station in French-speaking Switzerland, broadcasting in French and allowing listeners to listen to four different types of channels.
Tribune de Genèvehttp://www.tdg.ch/SwissThe Tribune de Genève is an influential French-language newspaper in the Geneva area. Founded in 1879, it has a daily circulation of 150,000 and covers news, economics, sports, technology and culture locally in Geneva, within Switzerland and worldwide.
Basler Zeitunghttp://www.bazonline.ch/SwissBasler Zeitung is the German-language newspaper for the Basel region of Switzerland. Founded in 1977, it offers content on Basel, home, abroad, economy, sports, culture, life, digital, cars and more.
24 heureshttp://www.24heures.ch/SwissThe Swiss newspaper 24 heures (24 hours) is a regional French-language daily newspaper founded in 1762 and published in Lausanne, the capital of the canton of Vaud, offering cantonal and regional news, national and international news, culture, sports, high technology, automobiles and much more.
20 Minutenhttp://www.20min.ch/SwissFirst published in 1999, 20 Minuten is a free German-language Swiss tabloid newspaper distributed daily to commuters, mainly through more than 150 railway stations across the country, and it is one of the most widely read newspapers in Switzerland.
Le Tempshttp://www.letemps.ch/SwissFounded in 1998, Le Temps is one of the most influential newspapers in French-speaking Switzerland. It is published in Geneva and has a highly educated readership in politics, economics, diplomacy and academia.
Blickhttp://www.blick.ch/SwissBlick is Switzerland’s largest circulation newspaper, founded in 1959, with its head office in Zurich
Tages-Anzeigerhttp://www.tagesanzeiger.ch/SwissThe Swiss daily Tages-Anzeiger is a national German-language Swiss daily newspaper founded in 1893 and published in Zurich
Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ)http://www.nzz.ch/SwissNeue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ) is a leading Swiss daily newspaper based in Zurich. One of the oldest newspapers still in circulation in Switzerland, it was formerly known as the Zürcher Zeitung (Zurich newspaper), which was founded on 12 January 1780 and changed its current name in 1821
Five Day Work Weekhttp://www.tageswoche.chSwissTages Woche (Five Day Work Week) is a Basel, Switzerland-based newspaper that appears in print and online every Friday.
Swiss Broadcasting Corporationhttps://www.srgssr.chSwissThe Swiss Broadcasting Corporation, the Swiss public broadcasting association, was founded in 1931 and is the holding company for 26 radio and television channels. Based in Bern, the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation is a not-for-profit organisation, funded mainly by radio and television licence fees, with the rest of its income coming from advertising and sponsorship
Swiss Radio and Television (SRF)https://www.srf.chSwissAudio, video, news and all programmes from Swiss Radio and Television.
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