On October 7, 2021 Internews Georgia conducted online End Project Meeting of „Audience Understanding and Digital Support (AUDS)” fourth year Project, implemented with the support of Internews and Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) as an initiative to address the information needs of specific communities and use innovative solutions to improve audience outreach, quality of content, and financial sustainability. Continue reading
Internews, in partnership with Internews Georgia, will partner with three national media outlets – Indigo magazine, Droeba Media Group and Project 64 to produce in-depth stories on the developments in the South Caucasus region, including the issues of peace, security and conflict prevention, in partnership with minority media outlets.
Internews Georgia in partnership with Internews is launching the “Support for Truthful Reporting for Informed Neighbors in Georgia” (STRING) project to provide minority audiences with quality information on the developments in the South Caucasus region, including peace, security, tolerance, and conflict prevention, and help them avoid disinformation and propaganda. Continue reading
Internews, in partnership with Internews Georgia will support nine media outlets – Reginfo.ge, Radio Marneuli, TOK TV, TV9, News, Aliq Media, Radio Nor, TV Marneuli and Radio Ivrisi – to produce and distribute news packages on the developments in the South Caucasus region, including the issues of peace, security and conflict prevention.
This initiative is part of the project “Support for Truthful Reporting for Informed Neighbors in Georgia” (STRING) and aims to support regional minority media to provide local audiences with quality information and help them avoid disinformation and propaganda.
Internews Georgia has selected four media organizations – web outlet “Publika.ge” (Tbilisi), web outlet “Mtisambebi.ge” (Kakheti region), TV 25 (Adjara Autonomous Republic) and Radio “Nor” (Samtskhe-Javakheti region) as 2021 partners of “Access to Information and Audience Understanding” (AI / AU) Project. Continue reading
Internews Georgia considers the right to seize materials from TV Pirveli, granted to the Prosecutor’s Office by the Tbilisi City Court, to be pressure on the media and a gross violation of freedom of speech. Continue reading
Contest for award of micro-grants to local media outlets in Georgia
within Access to Information and Audience Understanding Project (AI/AU)
15 January, 2021
- General Information
Internews Georgia is implementing a four-year Access to Information and Audience Understanding Project. The project aims to increase citizen access to information about issues of importance in public affairs, strengthen the sustainability of targeted media outlets, and better link local media and the communities they serve. This will be achieved through series of activities aimed at enhancing select media’s understanding of audience needs, better tailoring their content to audience needs, and solidifying media’s financial sustainability.
By means of all its activities in Georgia, the project will improve the quality of media content and financial sustainability of partner media outlets through enhanced understanding of audience needs. Continue reading