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1963-1983 1983-1994 1994-2002 2002-2004
1963-1983 1983-1994 1994-2002 2002-2004

Instituto Nacional de Radio & Televisión (Inravisión) was a state-run broadcast corporation serving Colombia in the activities of radio and television. The company was formed in 1963 after the consolidation of Televisóra Nacional de Colombia (currently Canal 1) and Radio Nacional de Colombia. The company (alonside Audiovisuales) was liquidated in 2004 and both companies became Radio Televisión Nacional de Colombia. (RTVC)

1963-1983

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Designer:  David Consuegra
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  Unknown

David Consuegra designed the "pencil sharpener" logo (source).

1983-1994

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Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  Unknown

In 1983, Inravisión debuted a logo that was very unique at that time, and appears to be heavily inspired by Brazil's Rede Globo.

1994-2002

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In 1994 as part of the 40th anniversary celebrations of Colombian television, Inravisión returned to the iconic "pencil sharpener" logo due to popular demand and new bumpers were introduced that represents their expansion via satellite through all of Colombia.

2002-2004

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In 2002, the iconic logo was modified with rounded points and the wordmark was capitalized.

Inravisión (Colombia)
Radio Televisión Nacional de Colombia
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