ComCom Fines Rustavi 2 GEL 2500 for Broadcasting TV Show Unsuitable for Children
The Communications Commission has fined Media Holding (broadcasting channel Rustavi 2) GEL 2500 for violating the Law on Broadcasting. The case concerns the airing of a programme unsuitable for minors at an inappropriate time and in violation of the labelling rules. The Commission also instructed the broadcaster to comply with the Code on the Rights of a Child and air the TV show “Hidden Passion” in accordance with the requirements of the law. Citizens Giga Gudadze and Besarion... more
Media School Holds Safety Seminar for Journalists
The Media School of the Communications Commission held a two-day training for media representatives and journalism students, titled “Safety for Journalists.” Participants were trained in safe coverage of protests and demonstrations. During the seminar, journalists learned how to inform the public about ongoing demonstrations and military conflicts while protecting their well-being. Throughout the two-day seminar, journalists worked with photo journalist Davit Mdzinarashvili and... more
ComCom Takes Part in Joint UNICEF and USAID Media Literacy Conference
The Communications Commission took part in a conference organised by UNICEF and the Unites States Agency for International Development. The event was dedicated to the development of media literacy among young people and the fight against misinformation. The conference discussed the projects implemented with the financial assistance of USAID. ComCom member Natia Kukuladze talked about the importance of the joint project implemented by the Commission and the Ministry of Education and Science of... more
"The Telecom Sector has a Key Role in Realising Georgia’s Digital Potential and Creating...
Communications Commission member Ekaterine Imadedze gave a speech at the International Digital Connectivity Summit, where she highlighted the advantages of developing digital capabilities and establishing a digital hub in Georgia. During the summit, an extensive panel was dedicated to the issue of development and realisation of digital capabilities. The panel was chaired by ComCom member Ekaterine Imadedze. Guest experts and local operators took part in the session. “I am glad that... more
ComCom Member Vakhtang Abashidze Talks about Georgia’s Prospects for Becoming a Digital Hub at...
Member of the Communications Commission Vakhtang Abashidze, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Levan Davitashvili and Rregional director of the World Bank Charles Cormier opened the International Digital Connectivity Summit Georgia 2022 – “Developing Inter-Regional Connectivity Corridors.” The purpose of the summit was to discuss the potential for creating an international digital connectivity corridor between Europe and Asia and the possibilities for establishing... more