On the remote and wind swept plain of Southern Georgia, people in the small town of Ninotsminda have come to rely on a small radio station for news about their community. But despite commitments from donors and dedicated volunteers, Radio NOR has not been able to receive a government broadcast license. The Georgian broadcast regulator, GNCC, has completed a new round of public needs research that Radio NOR staff and listeners hope will lead to their eventual licensing as a community broadcaster with a free-to-air signal. GMEDIA journalist Anita Tvauri has a profile of Radio NOR and its dedicated staff and their struggles to serve this small remote community.
исследование о деятельности радио Нор от irexgmedia.