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1998-2001 2001-2005 2005-2012 2012-2017 2017-present
1998-2001 2001-2005 2005-2012 2012-2017 2017-present

CRP Radios is a Peruvian radio media conglomerate owned by Abraham Zavala Falcón and his family.

Radiomar Producciones

1998-2001

CRP Radios 1998.svg

The conglomerate began on January 2, 1998 as Radiomar Producciones. The first logo was Radiomar’s own logo (without the sun) and below, the word "PRODUCCIONES" in black.

Corporación Radial del Perú

2001-2005

CRP Radios 2001.svg

In 2001, the conglomerate was renamed Corporación Radial del Perú. The first logo under this name was an oval slant to the left of violet blue with the drawing of an antenna outlined in thick white and below, the name of the conglomerate in Comic Sans typography.

2005-2012

CRP Radios 2005.svg

In 2005, the logo is modified, now there are three light green circles joined by a line with the "C", "R" and "P" in Linotype Kaliber Bold typography and below, the name of the conglomerate with the same typography and color. It occasionally appears with several white circles with light green edges with the full name on each of them.

CRP Medios y Entretenimiento

2012-2017

CRP Radios 2012.svg

In 2012, the conglomerate is renamed CRP Medios y Entretenimiento and the logo is the letters "CRP" in light green Gotham font and on the right side three rows of three orange, yellow, lemon green and blue circles and under the circles the name "MEDIOS Y ENTRETENIMIENTO" aligned to the left.

CRP Radios

2017-present

CRP Radios 2017.svg

In 2017 it is renamed CRP Radios and the logo consists of 10 circles with the colors of each radio and on the right, the name "CRP RADIOS" in Gotham typography.

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