As a broadcaster, you must provide television broadcasts with such technical aids that are intended to make programs accessible to people with disabilities. Below we briefly describe the techniques th...
Regulations on accessibility
Television programmes must be made accessible to people with functional impairments to varying degrees. The requirements decided upon by the Swedish Press and Broadcasting Authority and include Swedis...
Content regulations for radio and television broadcasting
Radio and television broadcasts must comply with the requirements and rules set out in the broadcasting licences and the Radio and Television Act. Slightly different rules apply depending on the form...
Accessibilty requirements for broadcasters
For Swedish broadcasters, there are requirements to make TV broadcasts and play services available to people with disabilities. There are several accessibility techniques that can be used to make prog...
Websites and databases
A website is by far the most common form of database, which is defined by the Constitution as a coherent product published online. Smartphone apps can also be databases.
Video-on-demand (VOD)is an Internet-based streaming media service which basically is about the viewer deciding when they want to watch something.
Web TV and Web Radio
These are TV or radio webcasts. As with traditional linear television or radio, the broadcaster decides when the broadcast starts and ends.
Podcasts is a streaming media service that makes it possible to download audio files to computers and mobiles. You as a listener can choose when, how and where the listening takes place. Podcasting do...
The broadcasting capacity for terrestrial tv is limited. Anyone wanting to broadcast their TV channel must therefore apply for a licence. These broadcasting licences can be applied for every six years...
Cable TV and IPTV
Cable TV and IPTV is distributed to you through cables and broadband. Cable TV is common if you live in an apartment or apartment building. IPTV is in short TV via internet.