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Experts worried about Georgian TV regulating bodies’ priorities2011-04-18 15:33
A number of Georgian experts express their concern about the situation that has developed around the recent poll conducted by National Regulating Committee for Communications of Georgia on TV problems, as well as on those priorities to be adopted by the commission on the basis of the poll data. This was reported by Business Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
For instance, expert Ia Antadze believes that the priorities to be submitted to the commission are even dangerous for the Georgian society. "Those priorities that were set up by a sociological poll and that are to be adopted by the regulating commission won't help us learn more than we know about the environment", - Antadze believes. In her opinion, the existing licenses are quite enough for the public to learn the truth about the current events.
"The already issued licenses are quite enough for us to learn the truth about the events we need for self-organization. But unfortunately, current licenses do not provide such opportunity, for news releases are followed by musical programs that are broadcasted so as not to make the delivered information the subject of critical discussions", - the expert asserts.
Let us remind you that a social poll conducted by BCG Group company under order of the National Regulating for Communications showed that the Georgian population basically prefers entertainment, musical, humour and sports programs, feature films and series, while news releases and socio-political programs do not cause much interest in the Georgian society.
Now members of the regulating commission are going to be guided by the results of the mentioned poll when issuing broadcasting licenses.