RPC is one of the first television networks from Panama, currently owned by Medcom Corporation (since 1997), and it has a sister radio station under the same name which came a decade prior. It was founded in March 14, 1960 by the brothers Fernando and Carlos Eleta Almarán, leading the arrival of panamanian television. The initals actually stand for Radio Programas Continentales, however the full name is often mentioned on the network.
The "Rounded Parallelogram" logo was shown on various photos from the network's inauguration day on March 14. It only appeared in television cameras.
The so-called Huaca has been adopted for the first time as its emblem and the network began broadcasting in full color, especially for the historic Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969.
The Huaca has received an updated appearance. Now it has a culture-themed look.
The 1992 Huaca has been modified to give it a more simple and symmetrical look.
After thirty one years, The Huaca has been replaced by a simply number 4 inside a blue circle with yellow/orange (or red) semicircles.
Semicircles are a little bit split and the network's name are stretched from the 4.
The Huaca was brought back as its emblem for the first time in seven years. Now it's currently red.
A new logo was unveiled when the network celebrated its 50th anniversary.
In June 1st, RPC launched its high-definition signal and also unveiled a newer logo. The logo consists of the modern Huaca with an slightly updated appearance: the vertical line between the smile became smaller and the split left arm is now joined through the triangular body.
2017–2021 (primary), 2017-present (secondary)
RPC unveiled a new "flat" look as the Huaca received a new appearance featuring just the head.
The iconic logo of RPC, originally comes from one of the pre-Columbian pieces found in some provinces such as Cocle. The circular piece literally depicts a smiling dragon-like creature with a triangular body while opening its arms and legs.
The true original Huaca that RPC inspired as its own symbol.