As SRGSSR, we always try new technologies for providing state-of-the-art experience for both internal and external developers. With the Publication Data Platform (PDP), we collect and correlate publication relevant metadata from various systems like EPG, CMS, archives and online media channels (e.g. Play).
The sixth edition of the SRG Hackdays will take place entirely online on 25 and 26 March 2021. We are looking for developers, media producers, designers, media users, data scientists, UX-experts, educationalists and any other bright mind who wants to be part of shaping technological development of media consumption.
We regularly update our policies to reflect the evolution of our products, or in response to changing legal requirements, clarification requests, or user feedback.
On March 12 and 13, 2020, the SRG is organizing the hackdays for the sixth time, this year under the motto "Journalism of the Future". The hackdays take place simultaneously in Geneva, Lugano and Zurich - the number of places is limited. Be there and register now!
Let us shape the journalism of the future together. We work on solutions for around 30 hours on how media will be used in the future. Whether #data science, #audio, # A.I., #Storytelling, #blockchain, #robotics, #virtual reality, #connectivity, #mobility or # e-sports: Anything goes!
Ralph from our community has described a very easy to use documentation "how to get an accessToken"
All Swiss radio stations, with or without a licence, have access to the Mx3.ch database - the platform for modern Swiss music. The online music service, which was previously reserved for public service providers, is now also available to private radio stations.
In line with the new licence granted by the Federal Council, SRG is thus further intensifying its cooperation with the private media.
We have released new API's for you, that you can consume and create new apps and webpages.
The below are the list of new API’s:
- Weather Forecast (easy to integrate)
- EPG (Electronic Program Guide) for SRF, RTS, RSI,
- RTS Lab (power API)
- GIS Map (exposes the features of the SRG broadcast)
We just wanted to inform you that all our iOS SDKs are now provided publicly on GitHub, which could be of use for mobile projects created during the Hackathon and which want to use our content.
The two most important iOS SDKs which teams could use are the following: