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Radio SRF 1
Broadcast areaSwitzerland
FrequencyFM, DAB, cable and satellite
FormatSoft AC
OwnerSchweizer Radio und Fernsehen (SRF)
First air date
11 June 1931 (as Radio Beromünster)
WebcastOfficial webcast
WebsiteOfficial website

Radio SRF 1 is a Swiss radio channel, one of six operated by Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen (SRF), with its headquarters in Zürich.

It was launched in 1931 as Radio Beromünster (named after the Beromünster municipality on which its original transmission tower was located) and was the first German-language radio station for German-speaking Switzerland.


The channel is receivable throughout Switzerland via FM, DAB, cable, and satellite. It is also streamed on the internet.

Programming is mainly general and includes news and entertainment, as well as satire, games, and radio broadcasts for children.

Radio SRF 1 broadcasts regional content several times a day in the following areas of German-speaking Switzerland:

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