"Albianska Borlsenda Corruptti", the Albian Broadcasting Corporation or ABC is Albia's world-famous public service broadcasting channel, known across the globe for its production of internationally recognised "landmark" television programmes such as "Doktor Vot", "Strictly Blow Football" and "Gardener's Question Time"(*).
Facing declining audiences thanks to the proliferation in media platforms and the increasing hegemony of the world wide intertube, the ABC has been forced to move in new directions to attract viewers. In recent years it has concentrated on the production of a series of scandals (usually orchestrated with the assistance of Da Heyt) such as using cutting techniques to show Queen Dowdi repeatedly punching a photographer in the face and encouraging radio performers such as Ruska Tvatz and Jonat Overpeyd to flash their genitals at ageing comic actors as part of their new "edgy(***)" comedy show "Overpeyd Tvatz".
(*) In which a TV gardener gives answers to questions wholly outwith his field of knowledge, such as "what are the merits of M theory as against classical string theory in the search for a unified field theory of matter(**)?" The programme was at least an improvement on its predecessor "Gardeners' Question Time" in which senior politicians such as Kiznya Schlop were asked questions by a panel made up of TV gardeners.
(**) The answer to which is, if you believe the series, "one makes greater use of John Innes Number 3 potting compost".
(***) For non-native speakers, I should note that in Albian "edgy" denotes any behaviour which would seem amusing to a 15-year-old boy after having a serious go at that "200 cans for a pahnd" pack of potato-based lager they picked up at Sharezburys or rival supermarket Tenko.