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Nrj 12

NRJ 12
Launched 31 March 2005
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Audience share 2.2% (2013, Médiamétrie)
Country France
Website www.nrj12.fr
Availability
Terrestrial
TNT Channel 12
Satellite
Canalsat Channel 62
Bis Televisions Channel 12
Cable
Numéricable Channel 12 (HD)
MC Cable Channel 160
IPTV
Canalsat Channel 62
Freebox TV Channel 12 (HD)
Neuf Channel 12 (HD)
Channel 12 (HD)
DartyBox Channel 12 (HD)
Orange TV Channel 12 (HD)
Logo from 31 March 2005 to 1 September 2007

NRJ 12 (pronounced: , sounding like énergie, "energy") is a French television network established in 2005. It is available through digital terrestrial television "TNT". Besides TNT, it is also available on cable, satellite, la xDSL television and online on the internet.

NRJ 12 was not the first venture of NRJ group in television. NRJ Group had invested alongside Gilbert Gross, Gaumont et Publicis in the French musical channel TV6, in February 1986. The station had to stop broadcasting on 28 February 1987 after the French government headed by Jacques Chirac gave the licence to another station called M6.

The new venture was originally called NRJ TV. Marc Pallain, president of NRJ 12 and Jean-Paul Baudecroux president of the "conseil de surveillance" at NRJ Group inaugurated the channel on 31 March 2005 as a TV affiliate of NRJ Radio that existed since 1981.

NRJ has developed NRJ 12 brand further by launching HD and 3D versions of the channel.

External links

  • NRJ 12's official website
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