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Vepkhvadze criticized report on Georgian TV from Communication Lines Commission2011-04-05 16:30
Vice Speaker of the Georgian parliament on behalf of the Christian-Democrats fraction Levan Vepkhvadze whipped the recent research conducted by National Regulation Committee for Communication Lines in respect of the Georgian TV channels. In Vepkhvadze's opinion, the research contains a number of inaccuracies and its conclusions are rather doubtful. As reported by Novosti Georgia, this was stated today at a plenary meeting. "According to the research, 10 thousand people have been questioned, though it was enough to question only 5 thousand people to form a complete picture. Correspondingly, such researches serve only to make money on them", - the vice speaker asserts.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"According to the results of investigation, it is said that the Georgian population lacks entertainment programs. I do not understand why they made such a conclusion, for the Georgian TV channels broadcast plenty of such programs", - Vepkhvadze believes.
"Basing on the results of the investigation, the commission may refuse to issue a broadcasting license in future... it is also probable that the commission may demand that the TV channels modify their current licenses", - the parliamentarian underlined.