|Launched||31 March 2005|
|Owned by||NRJ Group|
|Picture format||1080i HDTV|
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
|Digital terrestrial television||Channel 12|
|Bis Televisions||Channel 12|
|Numéricable||Channel 12 (HD)|
|MC Cable||Channel 160|
|Freebox TV||Channel 12 (HD)|
|Neuf||Channel 12 (HD)|
|Alice||Channel 12 (HD)|
|DartyBox||Channel 12 (HD)|
|Orange TV||Channel 12 (HD)|
NRJ 12 (pronounced [ɛn ɛʁ ʒi duz], sounding like énergie, "energy") is a French free-to-air television network launched in 2005. It is owned by NRJ Group, which had invested in the French musical channel TV6 in February 1986, alongside Gilbert Gross, Gaumont and Publicis. The station had to stop broadcasting on 28 February 1987 after the French government headed by Jacques Chirac gave the licence to M6.
The new venture was originally called NRJ TV.
NRJ has developed NRJ 12 brand further by launching HD and 3D versions of the channel.
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