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NRJ (the acronym for the word énergie in French), read as [ɛʀʒnɛʀʒi]) is a French multimedia group based in Paris. Since its founding in 1981, the radio station of French pop music has become the international group NRJ. Since 2002 NRJ has become the most popular radio station in France.
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==Radio Nadezhda==
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==Russkiy Hit==
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==Radio Tango==
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===2001-2003===
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1 The NRJ Group
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==Energiya==
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===2003-2006===
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2 NRJ in Russia
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==NRJ Russia==
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===2006-present===
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3 Assists
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4 Leading in Russia [4]
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5 Cities of broadcasting
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5.1 Russia
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5.2 Ukraine [6]
 
 
5.3 The Donetsk People's Republic
 
 
6 The broadcast is minimized
 
 
7 References
 
 
8 References
 
 
The NRJ group [edit] | Edit wiki-text]
 
 
At the moment, the radio NRJ (ENERGY) broadcasts in France, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Finland, Russia, Sweden, Norway, Bulgaria, New Caledonia and Lebanon. The broadcasting format is modern youth fashionable music. Slogan - Hit music only !. The NRJ group also owns the French music channel "NRJ 12". Most stations named NRJ are operated by the NRJ group, some stations have a license for the use of the trademark. In France NRJ owns 3 more stations - Nostalgie (broadcast in Russia in 1990-2000), Chérie FM and Rire & Chansons [1].
 
 
 
 
Since 1989, the company's shares are on the Paris Stock Exchange.
 
 
 
 
NRJ in Russia [edit] Edit wiki-text]
 
 
Radio NRJ began broadcasting in Russia on September 1, 2006 after the purchase of Prof-Media license for the right to use the NRJ brand for Radio Energia (the beginning of broadcasting on March 8, 2003). In Moscow, the frequency is 104.2 FM. In the early 90's on this wave broadcast Radio Nadezhda, whose broadcast was targeted at the female audience. Ether was accompanied by a lot of dialogues and games with listeners. Since the fall of 1998, the Russian Hit sounded on the air. The Federal State Broadcasting Service threatened to take away the broadcasting license (as was the case with Radio 1), but Tatyana Zeleranskaya, the general director, said that this was just an experiment connected with an advertising campaign that produces brand-name products, including food products. In early 1999, a new threat followed, and in February the broadcasting of the Russian hit ceased. In July 1999 Radio Nadezhda turned into a typical music radio station. In July 2000, Radio Nadezhda stopped broadcasting. At a frequency of 104.2, Radio Russia was temporarily broadcasting. In early 2001, a frequency competition was announced for the Moscow frequency. It was claimed by VGTRK, Holding Media Company and Russian Independent Media Group, a subsidiary of the Russian Media Group. Frequency was won by the company "Russian Independent Media Group" with the program "Radio Tango", the air of which was also focused on women. Radio Tango, which began broadcasting on April 4, 2001, lasted almost a year and a half, and on March 8, 2003 its place was taken by Radio Energia. Since September 1, 2006, the NRJ radio broadcasts on 104.2. As of December 2012, the NRJ radio is broadcasting in 44 other Russian cities. Voice of Radio NRJ - Alexander Sharonov. Since November 26, 2013 - the owner of Gazprom-Media Holding.
 
 
 
 
Transfers [edit] Edit wiki-text]
 
 
«BLACK2WHITE» [2]
 
 
«NRJ HOT30» [3]
 
 
«A State Of Trance»
 
 
«NRJ Interactive»
 
 
«NRJ News»
 
 
«NRJ GLOBALDANCE»
 
 
Leading in Russia [4] [edit] | Edit wiki-text]
 
 
Yuliya Morozova
 
 
Simon Peretz
 
 
Lena Gornostayeva
 
 
Bogdan Kantemirov
 
 
Max Panov
 
 
Alyona Komolova
 
 
Lera Simacheva
 
 
Katya Kalinina
 
 
Georgy Gagloev
 
 
Natasha Arsenyeva
 
 
Andrey Zatsepin
 
 
Katia Jurassic
 
 
Cities of broadcasting [edit] Edit wiki-text]
 
 
Russia [edit] Edit wiki-text]
 
 
Broadcasting is carried out in all cities with population over one million.
 
 
 
Russia
 
 
Broadcasting is carried out in all cities with population over one million.
 
 
 
 
Moscow - 104.2 MHz
 
 
St. Petersburg - 95.0 MHz
 
 
Almetyevsk - 107.4 MHz
 
 
Anapa - 92.9 MHz
 
 
Apsheronsk - 97.5 MHz (the plan)
 
 
Armavir - 97.4 MHz
 
 
Astrakhan - 106.8 MHz
 
 
Akhtubinsk - 104.3 MHz
 
 
Achinsk - 88.0 MHz
 
 
Baymak - 107.6 MHz
 
 
Barnaul - 87.5 MHz (plan)
 
 
Belgorod - 104.2 MHz
 
 
Belovo - 98.4 MHz
 
 
Belokurikha - 104.4 MHz
 
 
Belorechensk - 89.5 MHz
 
 
Berezniki - 93.9 MHz
 
 
Bobrov - 104.5 MHz
 
 
Borisoglebsk - 88.1 MHz
 
 
Bryansk - 88.6 MHz (the plan)
 
 
Buzuluk - 103.3 MHz
 
 
Buguruslan - 104.6 MHz
 
 
Great Luke - 105.7 MHz (plan)
 
 
Vladimir - 105.3 MHz
 
 
Volgograd - 98.8 MHz
 
 
Volokolamsk - 104.5 MHz
 
 
Voronezh - 101.1 MHz
 
 
Votkinsk - 96.5 MHz
 
 
Vyshniy Volochek - 106.1 MHz (the plan)
 
 
Vyazma - 102.8 MHz
 
 
Gelendzhik - 100.5 MHz
 
 
Glazov - 98.1 MHz
 
 
Dimitrovgrad - 87.8 MHz
 
 
Dubna - 104.0 MHz (plan)
 
 
Yekaterinburg - 89.6 MHz
 
 
Zainsk - 88.0 MHz
 
 
Zaraysk - 102.9 MHz
 
 
Ivanovo, Springs - 101.2 MHz
 
 
Kazan - 92.3 MHz
 
 
Kaliningrad - 98.5 MHz (plan)
 
 
Kamensk-Uralsky - 101.8 MHz
 
 
Kachkanar - 103.2 MHz (plan)
 
 
Kineshma - 105.1 MHz
 
 
Kovrov - 105.5 MHz
 
 
Komsomolsk-on-Amur - 89.8 MHz
 
 
Korenovsk - 90.4 MHz
 
 
Kostroma - 98.9 MHz
 
 
Krasnodar - 90.6 MHz
 
 
Krasnoyarsk - 103.3 MHz
 
 
Kropotkin - 96.8 MHz
 
 
Krymsk - 103.4 MHz
 
 
Kungur - 90.4 MHz
 
 
Kurganinsk - 89.6 MHz (plan)
 
 
Kursk - 104.6 MHz
 
 
Lipetsk - 95.7 MHz (the plan)
 
 
Lysva - 103.4 MHz
 
 
Luban - 98.8 MHz
 
 
Magadan - 104.2 MHz
 
 
Magnitogorsk - 103.6 MHz
 
 
Mezhdurechensk - 104.7 MHz
 
 
Miass - 99.3 MHz
 
 
Mikhailovka -? MHz [5] (plan)
 
 
Mozhga - 96.0 MHz
 
 
Naberezhnye Chelny - 104.8 MHz
 
 
Nalchik - 100.7 MHz
 
 
Nevinnomyssk - 93.8 MHz
 
 
Nizhny Novgorod - 96.8 MHz
 
 
Novokuznetsk - 101.5 MHz
 
 
Novosibirsk - 99.1 MHz
 
 
New Urengoy - 106.1 MHz
 
 
Noyabrsk - 88.3 MHz
 
 
Nyagan - 107.4 MHz
 
 
Ozersk - 105.2 MHz
 
 
Omsk - 89.1 MHz
 
 
Orekhovo-Zuevo - 94.2 MHz
 
 
Ostashkov - 107.2 MHz
 
 
Penza - 99.6 MHz
 
 
Pereyaslavl-Zalessky - 90.7 MHz (the plan)
 
 
Perm - 97.6 MHz
 
 
Pyatigorsk - 100.4 MHz
 
 
Rzhev - 96.6 MHz
 
 
Rostov - 100.8 MHz (plan)
 
 
Rostov-on-Don - 106.6 MHz
 
 
Rybinsk - 106.8 MHz
 
 
Ryazan - 104.1 MHz
 
 
Salavat - 107.7 MHz
 
 
Samara, Kinel - 102.5 MHz
 
 
Sarapul - 107.4 MHz
 
 
Saratov - 87.9 MHz
 
 
Sarov - 100.5 MHz
 
 
Serpukhov - 92.3 MHz
 
 
Sibay - 107.6 MHz
 
 
Slavyansk-on-Kuban - 97.2 MHz (plan)
 
 
Sorochinsk - 106.1 MHz
 
 
Sochi - 106.1 MHz
 
 
Surgut - 107.9 MHz
 
 
Syzran - 104.6 MHz
 
 
Taldom - 102.4 MHz
 
 
Togliatti - 97.0 MHz (plan)
 
 
Torzhok - 97.8 MHz (plan)
 
 
Tula - 101.4 MHz
 
 
Uglich - 90.1 MHz (the plan)
 
 
Ulan-Ude - 101.3 MHz
 
 
Ulyanovsk - 91.4 MHz
 
 
Ust-Ilimsk - 102.7 MHz
 
 
Uray - 106.7 MHz
 
 
Ufa, Blagoveshchensk - 88.2 MHz
 
 
Khabarovsk - 91.0 MHz
 
 
Cowboy - 100.2 MHz
 
 
Tchaikovsky - 102.0 MHz
 
 
Chelyabinsk - 96.0 MHz
 
 
Chita - 103.8 MHz (plan)
 
 
Shatura - 103.5 MHz
 
 
Yugorsk - 88.3 MHz (the plan)
 
 
Ukraine [6] [edit] Edit wiki-text]
 
 
 
 
The style of this section is not encyclopedic or violates the norms of the Russian language.
 
 
It is necessary to correct the section according to the stylistic rules of Wikipedia. (February 25, 2017)
 
 
Radio NRJ started broadcasting in Ukraine on April 27, 2006. In Kiev, the frequency was 104.6 FM. Since June 2006, the NRJ radio has started broadcasting from Sevastopol at 87.7 FM. On December 29, 2011 in Kiev, and on January 20, 2012 in Sevastopol, instead of NRJ broadcast of Lviv Radio 24 began. Radio NRJ Ukraine continued broadcasting on the Internet until January 16, 2012, fan groups in social networks were closed, and the official website stopped its work . April 2, 2016 NRJ Ukraine resumed its broadcasting at the frequencies of the all-Ukrainian network Europa Plus Ukraine. It is connected with the renaming of Radio Europe Europe Plaza to Radio NRJ Ukraine, so that the listeners of this radio station constantly confused the name of the radio station and called Radio Europe Europe the accustomed name of Radio Europe Plus, sounds crazy, apparently just wanted to change something, in turn Europe remained regional. Official website: http://www.nrj.ua/
 
 
 
 
Vinnitsa - 99.3 MHz
 
 
Dnepr - 88.1 MHz
 
 
Zhitomir - 107.3 MHz
 
 
Zaporozhye - 106.2 MHz
 
 
Ivano-Frankivsk - 102.0 MHz
 
 
Kiev - 92.8 MHz
 
 
Kremenchug - 106.0 MHz
 
 
Krivoy Rog - 103.2 MHz
 
 
Kropiwnicki - 99.3 MHz
 
 
Lviv - 103.9 MHz
 
 
Mariupol - 103.2 MHz
 
 
Mykolaiv - 100.1 MHz
 
 
Nikopol - 100.6 MHz
 
 
Odessa - 91.4 MHz
 
 
Pavlograd - 100.9 MHz
 
 
Poltava - 106.8 MHz
 
 
Exactly - 102.2 MHz
 
 
Sumy - 88.6 MHz
 
 
Kharkov - 101.1 MHz
 
 
Kherson - 99.0 MHz
 
 
Cherkassy - 101.6 MHz
 
 
Chernigov - 105.9 MHz
 
 
Donetsk People's Republic
 
 
Donetsk - 101.6 MHz (broadcast from Russia)
 
 
The broadcast is minimized
 
 
Glazov - 99.0 FM, replaced by RSN.
 
 
Izhevsk - 97.8 FM, replaced by RSN.
 
 
Kurgan - 101.1 FM, replaced by Humor FM.
 
 
Simferopol - 89.7 FM, replaced by Europe Plus.
 
 
Sevastopol - 100.8 FM, replaced by Europe Plus.
 
 
Evpatoria - 103.9 FM, replaced by Retro FM
 
 
Kerch - 101.4 FM, replaced by Europe Plus. Now it is broadcasting at 92.9
 
 
Feodosia - 100.5 FM, replaced by Europe Plus.
 
 
Yalta - 106.4 FM, replaced by Europe Plus.
 
 
Bishkek - 88.5 FM, replaced by Radio Record.
 
 
Kolomna - 93.8 FM, replaced by Our radio.
 
 
Notes
 
 
↑ Nrj Group. Nrjgroup.fr. Checked on May 16, 2011. Archived from the source on February 27, 2012.
 
 
↑ BLACK2WHITE
 
 
↑ Hit-parade NRJ Hot 30
 
 
↑ Leading
 
 
↑ License No. 28419 of December 30, 2016, without specifying a specific frequency
 
 
↑ Radio NRJ Ukraine
 
 
References
 
 
International radio site NRJ (English)
 
 
NRJ Russia
 
 
NRJ St. Petersburg
 
 
Facebook
 
 
Twitter
 
 
Google+
 
 
YouTube
 
 
Instagram
 
 
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EnergiyaEdit

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Radio Energy (Russia)


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