Czechs Never Valued EU Membership, Slovaks Learned to Respect It
13th January 2021
26th March 2020
The greatest challenge for Georgia’s media environment the pressure from the government and attempts at interference in the editorial policies of media outlets.
The Georgian media landscape can be described as robust, competitive and pluralistic, but highly polarised with television channels being aligned with one political party or another. In this article, the accent is on television channels because television is the main source of news and information for the majority (69 per cent) of the country’s population.