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2008-06-25
Ambiguous Fate of TV Program “7 Days”
Contracts with journalists were ceased earlier and the reason was outstanding debts.

“Every Sunday at 9:00 PM independent studio “Akhali Droeba” on behalf of Georgian Public Broadcasting represents weekly TV program “7 Days”- the announcement can be stated in the past now because Company GTV, under umbrella of the TBC TV, which is  the sponsor of the journalists’ team that produced “7 Days. It appears that the contact has been cancelled or ceased to operate, and this was an unexpected event. The production team was expecting grants in nearest future, which would have allowed the TV program to have worked independently. The expected funding would have covered at least at 90% of cost as of September. However, the overall situation was unacceptable for the Georgian government, and this may have been a contributing factor for production to suddenly stop.

2008-06-06
Five Journalists Assaulted in One Day
The CEC accredited journalists together with the independent observers and the represeintatives of the oppositional parties were beaten on May 21, 2008 Election Day in Kakheti.

2008-06-05
Journalistic Solidarity and Professionalism is the Solution, Dato Chaganava
“I didn’t protest when News Stories of “Other Journalists’ were blocked”

Dato Chaganava, a former journalist of TV-company Rustavi 2 was dismissed for lack of discipline – at least that’s what the administration officially told him when he was fired. Prior to his dismissal he had prepared two rather critical stories on the terrible events of November 2007. However, in spite of all his work, they were never aired.

2008-06-02
Media Restrictions on Radio Imedi
The restrictions will be imposed on Imedi in the nearest future,” states Nona Kandiashvili,

Already Irakli Khetereli, Director General of the Radio “Imedi” and Nona Kandiashvili, its broadcasting director are jobless.

“I opened a door to journalism and I want to have this door open,” states Nino Gabriadze, new general director of radio Imedi.

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