The Diursian Broadcasting Corporation (DBC) is the public broadcaster of Diursia.
It is funded by a mixture of government budget allocations and advertising.
It was originally founded as a joint venture between the BBC and the ERTU. After both Sudan and Diursia gained independence, it was renamed the DBC. By 1984, the Diursian government gained full ownership of the DBC. The BBC owned a stake again from 1997 to 2007. After this, the license fee was abolished due to growing income inequality.
|DBC One||General||January 1, 1956||Free-to-air|
|DBC Two||Highbrow||August 9, 1963||Free-to-air|
|DBC Three||Cultural||March 4, 1980||Free-to-air|
|DBC Four||Educational||March 23, 2005||Cable, satellite|
|DBC Kids||Children's||August 26, 2001||Cable, satellite
(time-shares with DBCe)
|DBCe||Entertainment||April 30, 2009||Cable, satellite (time-shares with DBC Kids)|
|DBC Mini||Preschoolers'||August 26, 2001||Cable, satellite|
|DBC News 24||News||July 10, 1996||Cable, satellite (also airs on DBC One)|
|DBC Parliament||News||December 15, 2002||Cable, satellite|
|DBC Radio 1||News, Entertainment||January 1, 1956|
|DBC Radio 2||Popular Music||March 28, 1975|
|DBC Radio 3||Sports||October 18, 1995|