SRF info

SRF info (formerly SF i) the information program of Swiss Radio and Television ( SRF), a business unit of SRG SSR. SRF info is since 2001 in the Swiss cable network in unencrypted via satellite Eutelsat Hot Bird 13B (formerly Hot Bird 8) to receive at 13 ° East. In sports broadcasts, the program via satellite, however briefly encrypted for copyright reasons or interrupted via Zattoo outside Switzerland. In German-speaking Switzerland, the program will also be broadcast terrestrially via DVB -T.

In the night of 15 to 16 December 2012, the station was renamed by SF info SRF info. In contrast to SRF 1 and SRF two SRF info is broadcast exclusively in SD quality.

Historical logos

Logo of SF info of 6 December 2005 to 29 February 2012

Logo of SF info from March 1, 2012 to December 15, 2012


The transmitter is mainly productions of Swiss radio and television. Mostly repeats of the first two Swiss stations 1 and SRF SRF two in the program. For his programs on SRF info PresseTV has its own broadcasting license. The evening and at night the newscast, " evening news " or news magazine is on the hour "10vor10" repeated as individual productions, such as Arena, the science magazine Einstein and cultural space, also is the main issue of the daily show at 19:30 clock in Swiss German sign language interpreting.

At the half hour magazine programs are broadcast. SRF info but was already used for exclusive special programs, such as the transmission of the World Economic Forum in Davos.

In addition, SRF info may be used as alternative channels for parallel broadcast sporting events, as soon as SRF two already sends sport. For example, was already on SRF two Olympic program while you could see on SRF info Champions League.