1956-1990 1990 1990-1999 1999-present
1956-1990 1990 1990-1999 1999-present

Hrvatska radiotelevizija (HRT) is a Croatian public broadcasting company operating several radio and television channels over domestic transmitter & satellite networks. In 2014, more than 85% of HRT's revenue came from television licencing fees with each household required to pay 79 HRK (~€10) per month for a single television set, with the remainder being made up from advertising which is limited by law. HRT is divided into three joint companies - Hrvatski radio, Hrvatska televizija and Glazbena proizvodnja.

Radiotelevizija Zagreb


Radiotelevizija Zagreb logo.svg

Until 1990, HRT was known as Radiotelevizija Zagreb as a regional television service of the JRT.

Hrvatska radiotelevizija

1990 (unused)

HRT Prototype.svg

It was first planned to rename RTZ to HRTV, but this version was never used.


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In June 1990, the Croatian Parliament renamed RTZ to HRT. In 1993, the company became a full member of the EBU. Though this version is related to the HRT satellite channel, it is possible that it was aired on normal channels; mostly on HRT1. Again, since the number of the channel is unspecified, it was probably aired on HRT1 or 2.

By 1999, this logo remained in use as a secondary logo.


HRT 1999.svg

In late 1999, the logo was slightly modified.