Hrvatska radiotelevizija (English: Croatian Radiotelevision) or simply HRT is a Croatian public broadcasting company. It operates several radio and television channels, over a domestic transmitter network as well as satellite. In 2014, more than 85% of HRT's revenue came from broadcast user fees with each household in Croatia 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 - Croatian Radio (Hrvatski radio), Croatian Television (Hrvatska televizija) and Music Production (Glazbena proizvodnja).
Until 1990, Croatian Radiotelevision (HRT) was called Radiotelevision Zagreb (RTZ). It was a part of Yugoslav Radiotelevision (JRT).
It was first planned to rename RTZ to HRTV, but this version was never used.
In June 1990, the Croatian Parliament renamed RTZ to HRT. In 1993, HRT became a full member of EBU. The first version of the logo was black. Though this version is related to the HRT satellite channel, there's still a possibility that it was aired on normal channels, mostly HRT1. Again, since the number of the channel is not specified, most probably used to air on HRT1 and 2. By 1999, this logo is remaining in use as a secondary logo.
In late 1999, the logo is now slightly different, but its previous logo from 1990 is dismissed from being the main logo and is now still in use as a secondary logo.