Contest for selection of 10 partners from local media in Georgia

Terms of Reference

Contest for selection of 10 partners from local media in Georgia

within the project “Strengthening Independent Media in Europe and Eurasia”

  1. General Information

Internews Georgia in partnership with Internews is launching a cross-border project: “Strengthening Independent Media in Europe and Eurasia.”

The project is a regional media support initiative in Eastern Europe, the Balkans, and the Caucasus that aims to increase citizens’ access to reliable information about local, regional, and international issues of public importance through support to the independent media sector. Through its activities, the project will promote the values of ethical and honest journalism, fact-based coverage, independence of media outlets’ editorial policy, and freedom of expression. Continue reading

Contest for Central Media

Terms of Reference

for selection of authors for the production of national multimedia packages “Georgia Plus” 

within the project “Strengthening Independent Media in Europe and Eurasia”

  1. General Information

Internews Georgia in partnership with Internews is launching the cross-border project “Strengthening Independent Media in Europe and Eurasia,” a regional media support initiative in Eastern Europe, the Balkans, and the Caucasus that aims to increase citizens’ access to reliable information about local, regional, and international issues of public importance through support to the independent media sector. Through its activities, the project will promote ethical and honest journalism, fact-based coverage, independence of media outlets’ editorial policy, freedom of expression. Continue reading

Information Meeting in the framework of the project “Strengthening Independent Media in Europe and Eurasia”.

Multimedia news production and regional content exchange project launched connecting the Balkans and Eurasia

On Wednesday, November 21, at  2pm, Internews Georgia will hold a project presentation at 11 Andria Apakidze Street, Tbilisi, Georgia and is open to all interested parties.

Internews Georgia, in partnership with Internews, is launching a multimedia news production and regional content exchange project entitled “Strengthening Independent Media in Europe and Eurasia.” As part of this project, Internews Georgia will provide grants and editorial support to national and local media partners to produce and exchange multimedia news stories within Georgia and diversify their website content to better engage their audience. The project will also support production of regional stories and exchange, highlighting common events and issues that are affecting other countries in the Balkans and Eurasia as well as Georgia. Continue reading

Micro-Grant Contest Results “Access to Information and Audience Understanding” (AI / AU) Project

Four media websites, Liberali.ge (Tbilisi), RegInfo.ge (Kakheti region), KutaisiPost.ge (Imereti region) and MarneuliFM.ge (Kvemo Kartli Region) will receive 4,546 GBP each to support the development and initiatives designed to address the information needs of specific communities and use innovative solutions to improve audience outreach, quality of content, and financial sustainability. The micro-grants are issued as part of the project “Access to Information and Audience Understanding Project (AI/AU), implemented by Internews Georgia with the support of Internews and Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA). Continue reading

Information meeting for grant competition

Information meeting for selection of four mediapartners in Georgia 

within Access to Information and Audience Understanding Project (AI/AU)

Internews Georgia invites interested parties to the information meeting about the ongoing competition to identify media partners in the “Access to Information and Audience Understanding ” (AI / AU) Project. The meeting will take place at 12:00, on July 13, 2018.The four-year project “Access to Information and Audience Understanding ” (AI / AU) 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. Continue reading