Chérie 25

Chérie 25 (pronounced [ʃeʁi vɛ̃sɛ̃k]) is a French TV channel, controlled by the NRJ Group. Chérie 25 is launched on TNT, satellite, and xDSL on 12 December 2012.[1] The channel is named after the radio station Chérie FM, owned by the same group.

Chérie 25
Launched12 December 2012 (2012-12-12)
Owned byNRJ Group
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Audience share1.1% (May 2017 (2017-05), Médiamétrie)
Slogan"Chérie 25, la chaîne qui a tout pour elles"
(Chérie 25, the channel which has everything for women)
Formerly calledChérie HD (project)
Sister channel(s)NRJ 12
NRJ Hits
NRJ Paris
TNTChannel 25 (HD)


In 2011, Jean-Paul Baudecroux, president of NRJ Group, proposed a television project to launch a new channel named Chérie HD.

In 2012, following the shutdown of analogue television, the Conseil supérieur de l'audiovisuel (CSA) auditioned the NRJ Group following its application for an additional channel from one of the six national HD channels on TNT, and finally had chosen for Chérie HD.[2]

In October 2012, two months before the station was launched, the name Chérie HD was changed to Chérie 25, with 25 referring to the channel's number on the French digital terrestrial television (TNT).


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