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Sveriges Radio is a non-commercial, independent public service radio broadcaster

Publicerat onsdag 16 april 2014 kl 12.43

Its mission is to provide high-quality programmes for the Swedish population. Swedish Radio's primary aim is to provide enriching programmes for all Swedes, wherever they live and regardless of their age, gender, and cultural background. Swedish Radio's comprehensive range of programming should offer something valuable and indispensable for everyone.

Forum for free speech

Swedish Radio provides programmes which are impartial, accurate and a forum for free speech. Overall programming aims to appeal to a broad audience but also to satisfy niche interests. Each and every programme aims to be characterized by our belief in the equal worth of all human beings and the freedom and dignity of the individual. This is the basis of public service broadcasting.

Broadcasts around the clock

Swedish Radio broadcasts news and current affairs in Swedish and a number of minority and immigrant languages. We cover: popular and classical music; social debate; children’s programming; culture; sport; drama; entertainment; public information; traffic reports and the weather. We broadcast around the clock over four nationwide domestic FM channels: P1, P2, P3 and P4; 25 local channels; the Finnish language channel Swedish Radio Sisuradio and our external service, Radio Sweden.

Over 40 channels on the Internet

The Swedish Radio website continually streams over 40 radio channels, including our four national FM stations and some ten web-only channels. All programmes are available archived and on demand 24 hours a day for 30 days following the original FM broadcast. In Sweden alone, approximately 4 million people listen to Swedish Radio every day. Our listeners abroad can visit us online.

Grunden i vår journalistik är trovärdighet och opartiskhet. Sveriges Radio är oberoende i förhållande till politiska, religiösa, ekonomiska, offentliga och privata särintressen.
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