The Parliament has to fill a vacancy for one Commissioner at the Georgian National Communications Commission (GNCC), the telecom and broadcasting regulator.
Who Owns Georgia: Meet David Iakobashvili, now in control of assets formerly owned by Dato Kezerashvili
In the months following the October 2012 parliamentary elections, David Iakobashvili, a Tbilisi-born, Russia-based businessman with a Swedish passport, has acquired several a
GPB’s Chairman should report to Parliament, explain how to resolve Public Broadcaster’s ongoing crisis
All current 9 members of the Board of the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) today voted to dismiss Giorgi Baratashvili, the director general.
Georgia has a new government authority that is tasked with protecting people’s right to privacy.
In 2 years from today, on June 17, 2015, the analogue television signal that everybody can receive through an antenna should be switched off and replaced with a digital signal.
Transparency International Georgia is calling on the Parliament to investigate if Irakli Chikovani has violated his responsibilities or was engaged in any misconduct as Chairman
The State of the Internet – Who controls Georgia’s Telecommunication Sector? The ownership of several Internet service providers remains opaque, a new TI Georgia report finds