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Instituto Nacional de Radio y Televisión del Perú, also known asis a state radio broadcasting entity created in 1973 as a Empresa Nacional de Radio y Televisión (ENRAD Perú).
Empresa Nacional de Radio y Televisión del Perú
The main precursor of the IRTP was created in 1973 to administer the means confiscated in the Velasco dictatorship, calling it the Empresa Nacional de Radio y Televisión del Perú, also known as ENRAD Perú.
The logo at that time was always a double arrow of light blue color in whose direction were the acronym "EP" and at the bottom right, the name of ENRAD PERU. This organization was dissolved in 1981 after democracy returned in Peru.
Empresa Nacional de Cine, Radio y Televisión Peruana
In 1981, one year after the return of democracy in Peru, the Empresa Nacional de Cine, Radio y Televisión Peruana, also known as ENCRTP, was created.
The first logo of this corporation was a piece of red-and-white cockade and on the right, the acronym "ENCRTP" in Helvetica Black typography and in black italics.
Then in 1982, with the change of image of Radio Televisión Peruana (today TV Perú), an extended version of the TV Peru logo of that time was used, without the seven scratched.
In 1997, under the government of Alberto Fujimori, the ENCRTP was dissolved and reorganized under its current name of Instituto Nacional de Radio y Televisión del Perú (IRTP)
Instituto Nacional de Radio y Televisión del Perú
In 1997, with the restructuring and change of name to IRTP, the first logo was launched under the current name, which was an orange corrugated sun and below, the name "IRTP" red with white gradient, all shaded and below , the full name "INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE RADIO Y TELEVISIÓN DEL PERÚ" in italics.
In 2000, a change was made to the logo, which eliminates the sun from the logo, but retains the shadows and typography of the acronym and the full name was modified slightly for the new millennium.
In 2007, another image change was made that eliminates the shadow of the acronym and the typography of the acronym and the full name change again.
In July 2013, a major change was made to the logo, ceasing to use the IRTP acronym (which is still being used as a corporate acronym) and is now called "pe".
The new logo is a dark gray circular ring in the shape of a "C" round with two red antenna waves and inside, the acronym "pe" in a typography similar to Helvetica Condensed Black and the same color as the circular "C", a on the right, a horizontal line and also on the right the full name "INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE RADIO Y TELEVISIÓN DEL PERÚ"
In April 2019, the isotype stops using the "C" with antenna waves to give way to a semi-perfect square of pastel red color perforated in the center right by the acronym "pe" in Gothic 725 Black typography.
The full name remains the same as in the previous logo.
In January 2020, the same perforated pastel red semi-perfect square logo remains, but on the left is the IRTP name of the same font Gothic 725 Black, in capital letters also in red, replacing the full name of the "INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE RADIO Y TELEVISIÓN DEL PERÚ".