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It is owned by the Grupo RPP of the Delgado Nachtigall family and unlike other radios that play music from those times, this is the only one to date with a national scope.
The first logo of this radio station were two rectangles, one purple and the other black, in the purple part the word "Oxigeno" in white with the "O" and "g" cut at the ends with a cap of yellow color inside the "O", in the black part, the frequency number (102.1) in eighties typography with a yellow hood in the "0" and behind it all, the letters "fm" in Century Gothic and colored typography black.
In September 2011, the radio completely changed its logo.
It now consists of a purple metallic-edged sphere, above it a metallic four-pointed star, and below it, the word "oxigeno" in a distinctive silver font. This change coincided with the change that her sister radio station Studio 92 was experiencing that month.
On January 5, 2013, another re-branding was done without much change in the appearance of the logo.
Now the letters "oxígeno" are in 3D, with a pair of speakers in both "O" and a tilde in the "i", above the star is replaced by the word "radio" in white. This change coincides with the change made by its sister radio station Studio 92 on that same day.