The Communications Commission Trains IX Grade Pupils in Media Economics
The Communications Commission has trained IX grade pupils of School Nº55 in Media Economics to develop their media literacy skills. During the training, students received comprehensive information on social media funding sources. The youngsters learned about the role of each customer in funding social media. The media literacy trainer also focused on the aspects of protecting personal information, cyberbullying and threats on the internet. The media literacy project “Media... more
Communications Commission Extends Licenses for 10 Radio Stations Free of Charge
The Communications Commission has decided to grant five-year extension to the private broadcasting licenses of ten radio broadcasters: Green Wave, Radio Palitra, Rioni, Art Radio, Radio Imedi, Atinati, Argo, Voice of Abkhazia, Zari and Trialeti. The licenses of these broadcasters were due to expire on December 31, 2021, but in accordance with the changes to the Law of Georgia on Broadcasting, the licenses were extended until December 31, 2026. Changes to the Law on Broadcasting came into... more
The Media Academy Starts the Second Cycle of Masterclasses with Online Lectures by Davit...
The Media Academy of the Communications Commission continues the series of masterclasses. The second cycle of online lectures will start with video lessons by Davit Chkhikvishvili. Every person with an interest in journalism willing to learn how to create a high-quality media product will have the opportunity to gain knowledge free of charge with the help of online lectures of Mr. Chkhikvishvili. The course consists of 6 masterclasses that include important topics such as covering wars and... more
Communications Commission Conducts Media Literacy Training for the Teachers and Pupils of the...
The Communications Commission continues to develop critical thinking and media literacy skills in schools. Three target groups in the European School – III and IV grade pupils, VII and VIII grade pupils, and teachers – were trained by the Commission’s media literacy trainers in safely using the internet and identifying fake news. 30 pupils of III and IV grades attended the training and received detailed information about the threats of the internet and learned how to... more
Communications Commission Approves New Public Consultation Regulations for Greater Transparency and...
The Communications Commission has approved new regulations to achieve transparency and active stakeholder involvement in the process of making decisions that are particularly important for the telecom industry. Based on the new regulations, the process of regulating the telecom sector will be even more transparent and efficient, which will ultimately have a positive impact on the interests of both the industry and the consumers. Based on the approved procedure, the Communications... more