Audio & Video
SRG with its corporate units SRF, RTS, RSI and RTR have been relying on SWISS TXT's expertise and solutions in the sports sector for years. In the sports result center, content from around 20 sports with a Swiss focus is prepared for web and mobile. With the event player, SWISS TXT offers the entire range of sports in multimedia form and ensures that no highlight is missed.
During the Olympic Games or the Football World Cup / European Championship, we reach around 2 million viewers for srf.ch, rts.ch and rsi.ch and play out up to 80,000 parallel video streams. The proven solution ensures that even with high usage, everyone interested in sports can enjoy the events in high quality.
13 September 2018
SWISS TXT @
SWISS TOP SPORT EVENT FORUM
Our world is turning increasingly digital. SWISS TXT will be on site as a premium sponsor during these two exciting days and will present the latest event solutions from the areas of interactive video and subtitling at a stand.
23 July 2018
10,7 PB data streamed
Football World Cup 2018
The football World Cup in Russia attracted huge numbers of supporters – something that our playout infrastructure also experienced. As much data was streamed in the two hours of the Switzerland – Sweden match as is usually viewed in an entire month.
08 February 2018
SWISS TXT will also be there
Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang
The 23rd Winter Olympic Games will be taking place between 9 and 25 February 2018 in the South Korean city of Pyeongchang. SWISS TXT will also be getting involved, providing a variety of services.
28 September 2016
for Multimedia Products
Each product has to be tested prior to launch so that consumers' expectations are met. With multimedia products, viewers' and users' expectations are exceptionally high. SWISS TXT therefore operates its own testing center. For HbbTV it's even possible to automate the tests.
30 August 2016
formerly Teletext provider
Now multimedia service provider
Press release 30.8.2016: SWISS TXT repositioned itself at the beginning of 2016, offering companies – as well as Swiss Radio and Television – advice and solutions for digital media, video streaming and access services.
05 August 2016
SWISS TXT is there too
Olympic Games in Rio
2016 is all about sport. With the European Football Championships in France and the Summer Olympics in Rio, there are two major international sporting events this year. SWISS TXT will also be working for the SRF, RTS and RSI TV channels during the Summer Olympic Games in Rio.
19 May 2016
SRF Swiss Radio and Television
SRF Sport App
The new SRF Sport App for smartphones and tablets has been available for download from the App Store and Google Play since 17 May 2016. The SRF Sport App enables users to experience all sporting events live.
13 April 2016
Multimedia coverage of a major sporting event
The Swiss love major sporting events. The TV stations SRF, RTS and RSI needed a web player for the Olympic Games and the Football World Cup in order to broadcast additional content and set new standards. SWISS TXT developed this national solution. Find out more about the evolution and success of this project.
11 April 2016
1 platform for 3 TV channels
SRG sport results centre
The sport results centre for the SRF, RTS and RSI TV channels covers Swiss sport in its full spectrum. News needs to be published within seconds these days. Viewers are demanding more and more video content. Find out more about this national, multi-language project.
09 April 2016
Threefold digital transformation
The Teletext service of the SRF, RTS and RSI TV channels has already undergone three digital transformations since 1984. In the first, Teletext was taken from the TV to pagers and mobile phones (SMS). In the second one, Teletext started using the new functionalities of the Internet. Since the third and most recent transformation, Teletext is providing a news service that can be accessed at any time from anywhere using a smartphone. Find out more about the evolution of the iconic Swiss news medium.
08 April 2016
what's left of it
The future of TV
The EBU's annual Production Technology Seminar took place in Geneva last week. It offers insight into the future of TV, shows the features that we may get to enjoy as viewers and the challenges faced by public broadcasters. A personal analysis of the state of the industry.