Ene (formerly CER2 HD until 2015 when it split into two networks with CER Two and Prime TV until 2016) is a commercial cable/satellite channel owned by Italian media company Mediaset, it launched on June 5th, 2011 as CER2 HD. It is a 24-hour entertainment channel and offers general entertainment programming format with a variety of news, talk, sports, movies, family entertainment, sitcoms, westerns, comedies, dramas, documentaries, action shows and specials.
CER2 (first era)
In 2011, CER2 was SD 4:3 format, but starting 2012, its now HD 16:9.
As a part of KCER rebrand, launched in Febuary 2013, the font of "CER" is kept, the font of "2" is changed to same font of the main channel, KCER, and the shape changed to the circle.
The logo was done with Landor and Tom Geismar, and the idents were done in Pentagon.
On August 1, 2014, CER2's signal was uplinked to national availability in the USA via a satellite, coverting CER2 from a small digital TV station in Benton to a nationwide digital station serving all 50 states of the USA.
In 2015, CER2 was bought by CJ E&M and iHeartMedia, preschool programming reduced and become Fully-Commercial.
In October 2015, CER2 HD split into two networks, Prime TV, the commercial non-KCER owned channel, and CER Two, the channel which is continue to be commercial-free format KCER-owned channel.
CER2 (second era)
In January 20, 2016, Prime TV is retaining the "CER2" name, logo and idents as of February 1, 2016 until the channel rebrand as Ene on June 1st, 2016.
In June 2016, Ene was bought back by KCER Media. The international channels were bought out by Old Dominion Media, while KCER Media was bought out by KB Broadcasting and the Ene channel was bought out by Dreamcatcher Entertainment.
In July 10, 2018, Ene was bought by Italian media company Mediaset to solve its poor audiences. The international versions stayed with Old Dominion Media, and they continue owning the channels to this day under the license of Mediaset.
For idents and promos see Ene/Idents and promos.