|Status||Defunct (succeeded by PGP-RTS in 1993)|
|Country of origin||SFR Yugoslavia|
|Official website||PGP-RTS official page|
PGP-RTB (abbreviation for Serbian: Produkcija gramofonskih ploča Radio televizije Beograd) was a major state-owned record label and chain record store in the former SFR Yugoslavia, based in Belgrade, Socialist Republic of Serbia. After the breakup of Yugoslavia, in 1993, the company changed its name to PGP-RTS (Produkcija Gramofonskih Ploča Radio-Televizije Srbije).
After the breakup of Yugoslavia, in 1993, the company changed its name to PGP-RTS (Produkcija Gramofonskih Ploča Radio-Televizije Srbije), which is the music production branch of the national Radio Television of Serbia.
Like other former Yugoslav labels, PGP-RTB also had a licence to release foreign titles for the Yugoslav market including notable international popular music stars such as: ABBA, Louis Armstrong, Joan Baez, Bee Gees, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Bon Jovi, James Brown, John Coltrane, Cream, Def Leppard, Dire Straits, Bryan Ferry, Jimi Hendrix, INXS, Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, Elton John, Kiss, Amanda Lear, The Moody Blues, Billy Ocean, The Platters, The Police, Rainbow, Siouxsie and The Banshees, Status Quo, Rod Stewart, Sting, The Style Council, Tangerine Dream, The Who, and others.
Other major labels in the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia were: Jugodisk from Belgrade, Jugoton and Suzy from Zagreb, Diskoton from Sarajevo, ZKP RTLJ from Ljubljana, Diskos from Aleksandrovac, and others.