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Swiss public broadcaster SRG signs new agreement with audiovisual industry

Wednesday 31 January 2018 | 17:54 CET | News
Swiss public broadcaster SRG SSR has renewed its cooperation agreement with the representatives of the audiovisual industry, for 2018-2020. The agreement regulates cooperation in TV production between SRG, its business units, the subsidiary TPC and audiovisual industry associations. The new agreement includes a clear declaration of support for domestic Swiss production.

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