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RPC (1960) (Alternative) RPC (1960) RPC 1984 RPC (1992) Rpc92 RPC96
1960-1968 1968-1992 1984-1990 1992-1994 1994-1996 1996-1998
 
RPC (1998) RPC (2004) RPC (2006) RPC (2010) RPC (2012) Large.RPCPanama-2017-1
1998-2004 2004-2006 2006-2010 2010-2012 2012-2016 2017-present


RPC TV is a television station from Panama, operated by Medcom Corporation, and has a sister radio station under same name.

It is also known as Channel 4.

1960-1968

RPC (1960) (Alternative)

1968-1992

RPC (1960)

1984-1990

RPC 1984

1992-1994

RPC (1992)

1994-1996

Rpc92

1996-1998

RPC96

1998-2004

RPC (1998)
The Huaca has been replaced by a simply number 4 inside a blue circle with yellow/orange (or red) semicircles.

2004-2006

RPC (2004)
The semicircles are now a little bit separated, while the letters RPC are now stretched inside the 4.

2006-2010

RPC (2006)
After eight years, RPC brings back the Huaca as its own symbol. Now it's currently colored in red.

2010-2012

RPC (2010)

2012-2016

RPC (2012)
In June 1st, RPC launched its High-Definition signal & also unveiled a new logo. The logo consisted of the Huaca with an updated appearance: the vertical line between its smile became smaller and the separated left arm is now united through the triangular body.

2017-present

Large.RPCPanama-2017-1

The Huaca

The iconic logo of RPC, originally comes from one of the pre-Columbian pieces that were found in the province of Coclé. The circular piece literally depicts a smiling dragon-like creature with a triangular body, opening its arms and legs.

Huaca

The true original Huaca which would be inspired by RPC as its own symbol since the 1960s.

Others


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