Canal 7 de la UNESCO OAD-TV
Canal 7 de Lima was established on January 17, 1958 by UNESCO and the Peruvian State together with the Ministry of Education of Peru. The first logo was the letters "UNESCO CHANNEL 7 EEMEP" in Futura Bold typeface on a gray box background.
Televisión del Estado
1969-1973Then in 1969, under the military regime of Juan Velasco Alvarado, Canal 7 de Lima was re-launched with the name of "Televisión del Estado" and its logo consisted of a television screen with black tubes, inside this, a 7 formed by figures and the right, the word "tv".
ENRAD Perú Canal 7
1973-1978Then in 1973, it was renamed "ENRAD Peru Canal 7" and its logo consisted of three white rings bordered by black with a black circle, on top of this 7 and on top of the number, the word "CANAL".
1978-1979With the arrival of color television in 1978, the logo was modified, returning in "7" of 1969, modified this time, in the base above the word "CANAL", below and to the right, the word "tv" and below, the logo of ENRAD Peru in a white circle.
Radio Televisión Peruana (first era)
Radio Televisión Peruana (second era)
TNP Televisión Nacional del Perú
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