Revenues of the Danish Broadcasting Corporation from 2013-2021
The license financed company DRThe Danish Broadcasting Corporation founded in 1925 is a license financed public service organization. It provides a wide range of different programs via television, radio, as well as online services. The company collects the media license fee on behalf of the Ministry of Culture. The ensuing revenue is distributed among, inter alia, DR, TV 2, regional TV and radio companies, and the Ministry of Culture.
The Danish Broadcasting Corporation is the second most popular TV family in Denmark, behind TV 2. Its television channels’ audience share amounted to 33 percent in 2021. Aside from the six TV channels, DR offered eight national and ten regional radio stations, as well as the internet platform dr.dk and several apps.