Sabine Dahinden found herself in need of an explanation during “Schweiz Aktuell”: due to the collapse of the program, the program had to be terminated early. The broker was still brave.
Schweiz Actuel’s early evening magazine had technical problems with its contributions. Sabine Dahinden started paddling and bravely tried to get past the meltdown.
Two main themes were planned: on the one hand, it was about the alpine people of Bündner Surselva, who protect themselves from the wolf before the alpine season, and on the other hand, there should be a second contribution to the psychiatric hospital in Münsingen BE, where members of the community worked Cherry flowers.
Moderator Sabine Dahinden briefed the audience that they are facing technical problems at the moment: “Some of the contributions are not ready yet,” she said. The stage directions in her headphones seemed likely confusing. However, the 53-year-old kept her cool and tried to cover up the flaw with a smile.
But then nothing worked.
“It looks bad right now,” Dahinden kept viewers in the loop. She wanted to use a reference to “cash drop” as a transitional measure, but she couldn’t explain herself increasingly.
The report on Bündner Wolf was still running, but that was the end of the report. The presenter from Ori still found a clever final word for the 13-minute program: “Our show not only contains the wolf, but also the worm. We sincerely apologize for that. We say goodbye to them very soon.”
At the request of Blue News, Andreas Lattmann, Head of Technology at SRF, explains the details: “There was a problem moving the contributions to the so-called playout server, which plays the contributions to the show. The problem has since been resolved.”
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