SRG SSR appoints new director of SRF

Tuesday 6 November 2018 | 13:36 CET | News
The Board of Directors of the Swiss public broadcasting corporation SRG SSR unanimously approved the proposal of the regional board of the SRG German-speaking Switzerland to elect Nathalie Wappler as the new director of broadcaster SRF. The current programme director at Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk MDR will assume her new role in the spring of 2019. Until then, Ruedi Matter will manage the company. The organisation of the handover will be defined in the coming weeks together with SRG General Director Gilles Marchand.

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