Transparency International Georgia received a confirmation by the Public Broadcaster management that the new television season may be launched from January 2018. This time, the management notes that the launch of the television season was delayed because of an ongoing technical improvements made for the channel.
Future of Public Broadcaster Employees17 July 2017
On June 17, 2017, at a working meeting in the Parliament of Georgia, the Legal Issues Committee announced plans to initiate amendments to the Law on Broadcasting.
The Georgian Public Broadcaster announced a competition to fill a vacancy in its Board of Trustees after one of its members Natela Sakhokia left due to conflict of interest.
Batumi, March 14 - Transparency International Georgia presents its assessment report on Ajara Tv and Radio.
The Public Broadcaster started the TV season with partially renewed programming, with viewers being able to see new social-political, cultural and entertainment programs. The management of the channel determined the priorities of reorganization on the basis of public opinion polls as part of which 3,000 people were surveyed across Georgia.