GYLA Spring School of Investigative Journalism

To create an exciting, intense and active training school the GYLA (Georgian Young Lawyers Association) has found the perfect recipe. Start with a room full of journalists, add equal parts of lawyers and  judges and stir vigorously. Advertisements

A New Look For The Batumelebi “Family”

Three Georgian news outlets will use a shared production facility to create new multimedia news coverage and produce on-line TV programs.  The Batumi newspaper Batemelebi , their on-line news portal Netgazeti.ge, in Tbilisi, and Presscafe.ge, created by Batumelebi as a source of volunteer, independent journalism have created the studio with financial support from the IREX G-MEDIA program, funded by USAID. … Continue reading

Laboratory to Practice Journalism

One year after launch, the student media lab at GIPA University is generating unique news coverage for the region and important learning opportunities for students.  GIPA student media was created with financial support from USAID through the IREX G-MEDIA program.  Students from Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan get valuable practical experience in the lab while viewers … Continue reading

Media Literacy Student – Mariam Kalandadze

Mariam Kalandadze lives in a small house on the mountain slope in the village Khidistavi, 7 kilometers away from Chokhatauri. The road to her home is not asphalted and public transport does not reach there. It has been almost a year, since Mariam walks several kilometers to get in the minibus and arrive at newspaper … Continue reading

Youth Media Literacy

IREX G-MEDIA project include a great deal of work with college students, professional journalists, media companies,advocacy groups, other NGO’s and large companies and government officials. But under the Youth media Literacy Project we have had the pleasure of working with high school kids from the regions. More than 130 students worked with five our regional … Continue reading

Investigative Journalism Has Big Future in Georgia

IREX G-MEDIA consultant in investigative journalism Brant Houston is giving three days training to journalists from different media outlets in Georgia. The group of journalists are trained in using databases and social media for investigations, using numbers and statistics for impact, methodologies of investigative journalism, visualizing datas for investigations and other topics. Professor Brant Houston … Continue reading

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

New Media Initiative

New Media Initiative program presentation was held at the hotel Courtyard Marriott, where IREX/G-MEDIA has announced the selected 14 media organization involved in long term partnership. USAID deputy mission director also attended the roundtable, where  participants discussed the role of new media in the past parliamentary election and in the development of independent media. In … Continue reading

M-TAG

The goal of the Media for Transparent and Accountable Governance (M-TAG), funded by USAID is to improve the public’s access to independent, reliable, and balanced information relevant to Georgia’s good governance. This will be achieved by a set of coordinated activities in support of two objectives: Objective 1: Journalists demonstrate accurate and ethical reporting on public … Continue reading

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Multimedia Education Center

Supporting Journalism Education in Georgia

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