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2004-2009 2009-2018 2009-2015 2015-2016 2018-2020 2020-present
2004-2009 2009-2018 2009-2015 2015-2016 2018-2020 2020-present

Viva FM is a Peruvian radio station with a reach in the city of Lima that began its broadcasts as an FM radio on May 3, 2004, replacing Radio Fuego (which since 2017 operates online), currently it can be heard on the internet and since 2020 he returned briefly to the FM to replace Radio La Nube of the GPR.

On FM, its frequency is currently PBO.

2004-2009

The first radio logo was a square with a rounded upper right edge divided into three parts, a long gray part and two short light orange parts, above the gray part, the word "alive" in a similar typeface a Impact with a light orange dot and above the two orange squares, the letters "f" and "m" with the same typeface and broken.

Below, the frequency then, 104.7 .

2009-2020

2009-2018

On April 1, 2009, a more familiar and recognizable radio logo was launched. Now they are two rounded parallelograms of brownish gray and orange, the letters "fm" are no longer cut and below, two lines with the same colors of the parallelograms and with the orange line with the smaller left end.

2009-2015

The first version of this logo contained the frequency 104.7 fm cutting to the two lines.

2015-2016

Then with the frequency change to 91.9, it is changed to the aforementioned frequency that cuts the lines.

2016-2018

With the switch to being an online radio, the frequency is removed from the logo, using the full lines of the logo.

2018-2020

In 2019, the radio made a radical change to the logo, the orange parallelogram is slightly smaller, the colors are more vivid, the upper left and lower right edges of these figures are less rounded, and the lines reverse their colors.

2020-present

With the relaunch of the radio on the FM, the size of the parallelograms has been readjusted, the texts are slightly smaller, the colors have been readjusted and for the first time since 2009 the lines below the logo have been removed.

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