The Communications Commission: In a pluralistic and diverse pre-election media environment, a part...
The Communications Commission publishes the first qualitative and quantitative interim report on the media monitoring of the pre-election period of Georgia’s parliamentary election. The report covers the period from September 1 to September 30. The qualitative media monitoring was conducted on 6 national broadcasters, including First Channel of the Public Broadcaster, Adjara Public Broadcaster, Rustavi 2, Imedi TV, Pirveli TV and Mtavari TV. The monitoring covered the primetime... more
The Communications Commission has appointed a special manager at Caucasus Online
The Communications Commission has appointed a special manager at Caucasus Online due to the failure of the company to eliminate violation of the law during one year. According to the decision of the Communications Commission, a special manager has been appointed at Caucasus Online until 49% of the illegally alienated shares of the company will be returned to their original state and the requirement of the law will be complied with. The Communications Commission obliged Caucasus Online to... more
Communications Commission: We call upon the organization “Reporters Without Borders” to assess...
Communications Commission states its concerns related to the information spread by an organization “Reporters Without Borders” about Georgian media and recent amendments in Georgian Law on Electronic Communications. An article, published on July 20, with a title – “Mounting Pressure on Georgia’s media in the run-up to elections” contains erroneous facts and bases its misleading findings on them. According to the article, “With less than four months to... more
EU Twinning project supporting the Georgian National Communication Commission wraps up activities
19 month project with over 190 expert missions of Lithuanian, German and Polish experts helped define Georgian secondary legislation and guidelines on communications in line with EU standards. On Friday, 5th July 2019, the Closing Conference of EU-funded Twinning Project” Supporting the Georgian National Communication Commission (GNCC) in developing of its electronic communications regulatory framework and operational capacities in line with EU regulatory framework”... more
In framework of Twinning project the workshop on broadband development was held at the premises of...
In framework of Twinning project two informative workshops with the participation of EU experts were held at the premises of the GNCC. The workshop on broadband development is a part of Twinning project aiming at developing regulatory framework and operational capacities of the Georgian National Communications Commission (GNCC). At the workshops the Twinning expers presented EU best practice of wireless broadband development and discussed IP based broadband infrastructure and service provision... more