Geneva (ots) - Three years after its launch, World Radio
Switzerland is expanding its programme line-up and coverage of
WRS, the English-speaking radio station of the Swiss Broadcasting
Corporation (SSR SRG), is extremely pleased to announce that it has
increased its programming offer through new partnerships with
internationally renowned public service broadcasters National Public
Radio, American Public Media and Public Radio International.
Long-standing partner BBC World Service continues to provide
international news and a variety of programming.
Through these new partnerships, WRS is adding an extra 27 hours a
week of quality public service programming to complement its mission
of informing listeners about Switzerland.
With studios in Geneva, Zurich and Bern - and its funding secured
by SRG SSR idée suisse - WRS is also expanding its reach across the
country. We now count 53'000 listeners daily, according to Radio
To mark our third anniversary, we invite you to a short
presentation of WRS, followed by a cocktail and tour of our Geneva
November 5, 2010
From 12:30 to 1:30 pm
2, passage de la Radio
Please confirm your presence by sending an email, no later than
November 2nd, with your contact information to email@example.com
World Radio Switzerland is the national, English-language radio
station of the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation (SRG SSR idée suisse).
With a mix of news, information, entertainment and music, WRS tells
the story of today's Switzerland for people living in Switzerland.
International news and additional programming come from our partners,
the BBC World Service, National Public Radio, American Public Radio
and Public Radio International. WRS broadcasts on 101.7 FM in the
Lake Geneva Region, on digital radio, cable, satellite and Swisscom
TV across Switzerland, and around the world on worldradio.ch.
ots Originaltext: WRS - World Radio Switzerland
Deputy Director, WRS