Fairness and transparency
Transparency in annual reporting
Employees and pay
SRG shows how the pay packages for its top executives, managers and staff develop over time, and compares itself with the Swiss economy as a whole, and other companies. It also reports the pay received by members of the executive boards of its Enterprise Units, as well as the average salaries of various groups of professions and selected journalist roles.
Cost of TV and radio programming
The SRF, RTS, RSI and RTR websites state the costs of news and magazine programmes, talk shows, feature films and series, light entertainment and music programming, documentaries and background reporting, and sports programming. All Enterprise Units also publish the costs attached to their radio stations.
Costs of national co-productions and sports rights
The SRF, RTS, RSI and RTR websites provide information on the costs of major national co-productions such as "Gotthard", "DADA DATA" and celebrations to mark Swiss National Day on 1 August. SRG also reports the overall cost of sports rights, which have amounted to an average of 51.2 million Swiss francs per year over the past four years. SRG offers its audience coverage of more than 100 sport disciplines, making it unique in Europe and offering unparalleled value for money: its sports programming costs each household in Switzerland just 1 franc 12 cents per week. In addition to the Olympic Games and popular sports such as football, ice hockey and downhill skiing, SRG provides a platform for others which attract less media attention, such as rowing, fencing, swimming, handball, floorball, volleyball and golf.