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What does DB stand for?

DB stands for Delayed Broadcast

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The broadcaster, which is an official licensee of ICC's broadcast partner ESPN STAR Sports and one of Europe's leading sports entertainment groups, has confirmed it will broadcast 19 matches from the event live on Eurosport 2, with the remaining 11 fixtures featuring live on Eurosport Player or as a delayed broadcast on Eurosport 2.
The clash, at the Nottingham Ice Arena on March 29, will be shown here on ITV1 in a prime-time slot - around 10pm - and, even more importantly, will air on Showtime at around 9pm in the United States on a delayed broadcast.
Henry Birtles, who has been handling international sales for sole distributor Sunset +Vine, yesterday counted up 19 individual countries taking the service, for either live or delayed broadcast, plus pan-regional coverage in Europe and the Middle East, and a five-minute slot in the weekly Gillette World Sports, which reaches 200 million homes.