Inspired to be Journalists

Georgia is the first country where Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty established media school. On 21 of February, the first group of Radio Liberty Media School students celebrated graduation of one year certificate program. U.S. Ambassador to Georgia Richard B. Norland hosted the graduation ceremony at MEC (Multimedia Education Center). Multimedia Reporting Program is designed to … Continue reading

Radio Liberty Media School Graduation

On 21 of February, Radio Liberty Media School students celebrated graduation of one year certificate program. U.S. Ambassador to Georgia Richard B. Norland hosted the graduation ceremony at MEC.

Training in Online Sales Management at Akhaltsikhe

Training in Content Production

Eka Pirtskhalava and Shota Gogishvili train journalists from various media outlets from Kakheti region and Tbilisi in content production at IREX office. The training is the part of New Media Initiative program.

Who controls the communications in Georgia?

Most Georgians rely on internet companies for their private on-line communications but do you ever wonder if someone else may be watching?  You rely on telecoms for your personal calls but do you ever wonder if someone else may be listening?  A new report completed by IREX G-MEDIA partner Transparency International of Georgia says there are no indications of censorship … Continue reading

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Multimedia Education Center

Supporting Journalism Education in Georgia

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