The Armenian-language broadcasts of the “Moambe” information program of the Georgian Public Television have begun to be aired at the most suitable time slot for the viewer.
The aforementioned became possible owing to a change in the management of the information service of the Georgian Public Broadcasting (GPB).
As a result, the 10-15-minute Armenian-language newscast will be aired at 8:25pm, Georgia time.
Furthermore, the program already broadcast an interview that was conducted with Georgian-Armenian activist Vahagn Chakhalyan. To note, he was a political prisoner but was released following the change in the Georgian government.
Prior to the change in the GPB management, the Armenian-language news was aired after midnight and rebroadcast at 6:30am.