IRTP., also known in a stylized way as la crónica, is a Peruvian radio station that operates in AM and only in Lima, owned by the
Radio Internacional del Perú
1935-1953The radio began in 1935 as the International Radio of Peru and the first logo was the name of that moment in manuscript.
While the name was discontinued to go to its current name, the name returned in 2010 as an online radio.
Radio La Crónica AM
1953-1991In 1953, the radio acquired the name of "Radio La Crónica AM", based on the name of the owner of that time, the extinct newspaper La Crónica.
The logo was the same as that of the newspaper, but the word "RADIO 9930 Short wave" is added under the logo of the newspaper. In 1974, the radio is confiscated by the dictatorial regime of Juan Velasco Alvarado and since then it is owned by the Peruvian state.
1991-2004In 1991, the logo was modified after entering the AM, the full name being in Roman letter.
With the creation of the IRTP, La Crónica is the only radio station that did not use the IRTP orange sun logo of that time or the red-and-white gradient in the letters.
2004-2009In 2004, a new logo design was made for the first time, which are the letters "LA CRONICA" in Arista Alternate 2.0 typeface and above and on the left, the word "RADIO" in Arista 2.0 Light typeface, all in one color gradient red.
2009-2013In 2009, the logo was modified being the same, but with the word "RADIO" in gray and in separate letters and on the top a red sphere with a white musical note surrounded by two waves of red gradient.
It looks a bit like the logo of the Brazilian television channel Rede Record (now RecordTV).