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Background: The station was founded on 17 January 1958 with the aid of UNESCO in a joint venture production with Peruvian Government, under the name Radio y Televisión Peruana (RTP). Dr. Jorge Basadre Grohmann, Peru's late 1950s minister of education held the inauguration ceremony. The station was opened at the same day and it is the first television station in Peru. The station started the process moving from monochrome broadcasts to color in 1974. Finally in 1978 RTP officially launched broadcasts in color. In the 1980s the station started satellite transmissions across Peru. In 1985, under Alan García's government, the TV station was given the popular TV Perú (but the legal name remained RTP). In 1996, RTP renamed to its current corporate name Television Nacional del Perú during Alberto Fujimori's regime. In 2006 the station was renamed again to TV Perú. Nowadays TV Perú is better known for its regular programming devoted to spread Peruvian culture, by showing documentaries such as Reportaje al Perú and Costumbres. Sometime during the mid-2000s (decade) aired reruns of korean dramas dubbed into Spanish such as All About Eve, A wish upon star among others. On 30 March 2010, TV Perú launched its high-definition signal (using ISDB-TB) with the collaboration of the government of Japan who provided the proper equipment. TV Perú is well known because the bad management of its media, due to the non-professional president and some of its managers who lead the channel and the radio station. From its first days, this channel is located in the lowest place in the ranking of channels in Perú. TV Perú's headquarters are in Lima, Peru.

UNESCO Canal 7 OAD-TV (1958-1969)[]

Unesco Canal 7

Logo: On a black backgroud, we see the text in this order:

UNESCO

CANAL 7

E.E.M.E.P.

All on an weird version of Arial.

FX/SFX: None.

Cheesy Factor: They've got nothing but this, a still logo. But you must understand every first logo doesn't had any animation, so it's fitting for it's era.

Music/Sounds: TBA

Availability: Like most Peruvian logos, there is no clue if there is a footage on YouTube.

Scare Factor: Low. The texts may get to you, but it's harmless.

Canal 7[]

1969-1978?[]

TV Peru-0

Logo: The logo consists of "canal 7 tv" on a black background, with the "7" a bit larger.

FX/SFX/Cheesy Factor: No animation, but the fonts look ugly in this one.

Music/Sounds: A Peruvian announcer speaking over light rock music.

Availability: Unknown.

Scare Factor: None to low. The fonts on this may be ugly, but this is nothing compared to what followed...

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