The NRJ Group (NRJ is an acronym read as ''énergie'' in French, pronounced (:enɛʁʒi)) () is a French multimedia group based in Paris. Its founders are Jean-Paul Baudecroux and Max Guazzini. Since its foundation in 1981 as a French pop music radio station it has grown and evolved to become the NRJ Group. NRJ is the most popular radio station in France with 6,159,000 listeners daily.
==The Radio Record Group==
The NRJ Group has transformed itself from one radio station to a brand of corporate commercial radio stations in Europe. Currently, it has stations in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guadeloupe, Guyane, Latvia, Lebanon, Martinique, Mayotte, New Caledonia, Norway, Réunion, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland and Tahiti. NRJ plays current, trendy music for young audiences. Their slogan is "Hit music only".
The majority of NRJ-branded stations are operated by the NRJ Group, however some are licensed, such as the Bulgarian version, which is operated by Communicorp. Within France the NRJ Group operates four separate radio stations: NRJ, Nostalgie, Chérie FM and Rire & Chansons. They also operate the NRJ 12 and Chérie 25 digital terrestrial television stations, in addition to NRJ Paris and NRJ Hits music television stations in France.
In 1989 NRJ became listed on the Paris Stock Exchange Secondary Market and has continued to climb, reaching the First Market in 2000 after regrouping all of its assests into the NRJ Group.
In French, the pronunciations of NRJ and Energy (''énergie'') are identical, and sounds very similar to the English word Energy.
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