DBC2 launched in 1963. When color television was introduced, "COLOR" was added next to the logo until the transition was completed in 1975.
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.
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 entered the third millennium by renaming DBC2 to DBC Two and using Gill Sans Bold.
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.