The Slennish Broadcasting Service is Slenland's national public broadcasting company. Created in 1939, it's composed by two main channels: SBS One and SBS Two and several radio stations. Its main competitors are Galedonian Television, state-owned GRT and Channel 4, the three ITV regional contractors in North and Central Slenland and the Newland-Slenland border, and Channel 5.

1939-1951

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1951-1962

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1962-1994

1962-1968

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1968-1987

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1987-1994

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1994-2006

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2006-present

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Public broadcasting in Anglosaw
Nationwide:
GRT | Channel 4

Regionwide:
SBS (Slenland) | S4C (Lanzes) | RTÉ (Irleise)

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Slennish Broadcasting Service
Television:

Broadcast networks: SBS One
Digital channels: TBD
Blocks: The Switch


Radio:
TBD


Other:
SBS Player | The Good Life Guide


Divisions:
TBD


Defunct:
TBD

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