Digital multimedia broadcasting services require resiliency against signal fading due to signal encounters with bad weather, terrain obstructions, such as tree, building, etc. There are several solutions that use peer-to-peer network to repair packet losses. But they have some shortcomings such as long lookup latency, control message overhead, flash crowd problem and low chunk availability. In this paper we propose a novel solution that considers load distribution in structured peer-to-peer networks and repairing packet losses in short lookup latency. Our proposed solution doesn't need to modify the codec technology for multimedia stream. Our proposed solution can achieve load evenly distributed, high chunk availability, short lookup latency and low control message overhead by using peer-to-peer network to repair packet losses in digital multimedia broadcasting systems.