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DBC2

1963-1980

DBC2 Logo 1963
DBC2 launched in 1963. When color television was introduced, "COLOR" was added next to the logo until the transition was completed in 1975.

1980-1993

DBC2 Logo 1980
Along with the rest of the DBC, DBC2 introduced a new logo in 1980, with DBC3 launching on the same day. In 1983, Pacific Data Images made the first computer-generated idents in Africa. In DBC2's set, the shapes that make up the DBC2 logo are allowed to split apart.

1993-1999

DBC2 Logo 1993
The numeral was placed above the DBC logo after the corporate logo was changed to monochrome in 1993. The identity was made by Lambie-Nairn. The DBC2 idents featured a numeral 2 and used the same gold color. Due to physical restrictions, some idents have a solid version of the numeral 2 with cuts added to make the striped version in most cases.

DBC Two

2000-2010

DBC Two Logo 2000
DBC entered the third millennium by renaming DBC2 to DBC Two and using Gill Sans Bold.

2010-present

DBC Two Logo
After the digital television transition in Diursia began, DBC made a consistent rebrand that launched in 2010. The font was changed to Open Sans and the color gold was a slightly lighter shade.


VTE Diursian Broadcasting Corporation
Television

DBC One (Other) | DBC Two (Other) | DBC Three (Other) | DBC Four (Other) | DBC N24 | DBC Parliament | DBC Kids (Other) | DBCe (Other) | DBC Mini (Other)


Radio
DBC Radio 1 | DBC Radio 2 | DBC Radio 3 | DBC Radio Classic | DBC Sports Radio | DBC Radio Africa


Others
DBC Go | DBC Global | DBC News | DBC Studios | DBC Sports

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