RTP (Rádio e Televisão de Portugal, formerly Radiotelevisão Portuguesa) is Portugal's public broadcasting organisation, operating radio & television channels, as well as offerings on cable and satellite platforms.
Custom type (R.T.P.) Futura (Radiotelevisão Portuguesa)
December 15, 1955
RTP was estabilished as a television project in 1955. this logo was used on flyers about the first Portuguese television channel.
September 4, 1956
This logo was used on September 4, 1956, when RTP made its first public broadcast in the former Feira Popular de Lisboa.
RTP (as Radiotelevisão Portuguesa) began regular transmissions on March 7, 1957.
In 1996, RTP modified its antenna logo, changing its color from yellow to blue and adding 3 lines colored in red, green, and blue; the wordmark's typeface was changed, and was moved to the bottom of the logo.
Custom type (RTP) Frutiger (Radio Televisão Portuguesa)
An early version of the 2004 logo was created in late 2003 for the then-forthcoming rebrand of RTP.
In 2004, RTP unveiled its new logo, an evolved version of the antenna now denoted by straight lines and fully in blue. The logo first appeared during the construction of RTP's new headquarters. With the adoption of this logo, all RTP channels changed their logos, using different colors.