Rustavi 2 is most popular tv channel in the Georgia, here's many interesting program, live shows, at 12, 15 and 21 o'clock starting Kurieri, please view this channel and give you many information, news and more in Georgia.
The channel was created in 1994, Rustavi 2 is first TV to the Georgia with rating. The TV Company has correspondents in all major cities of Georgia, London and Paris. It is a private company and prepares diverse and high quality licensed programs, broadcast latest news, political talk show, entertainment and sports programs.
Every Sunday to the channel 21:00 PM start P.S. where show you summarize the whole week, this show is very interesting.
Here you can see entertainment shows: Vano's show, Nanukas show and Profile.
Also, starting show 'My Kitchen Rules' where you can see how to create teams dishes and dessert, the winner will give money to open it restaurant.
If you choose this channel, you will not lose it.
Rustavi 2 is inarguably the biggest broadcasting company in Georgia today. The Tbilisi-based company was incepted in 1994 as a privately-owned media house and has over the year managed to build a strong reputation for reliability, unbiased reporting, and rich content. Nika Gvaramia, a renowned Georgian lawyer & politician, is the company’s current CEO. His presence in the company gives it the much-needed political connections and a massive administrative prowess, both of which are mandatory for corporate growth. Besides the native language of the Republic of Georgia, R2 also broadcasts in English.
The company, with the permission of Georgian Communications National Committee, has installed a total of 41 low power, mid power, and high power analog TV signal transmitters across Georgia over the last 15 years. It has also signed broadcasting contracts with nearly all cable companies in the country in an effort to reach out to the people living in mountainous regions where terrestrial coverage is insufficient. For this reason, about 9 out of 10 Georgians are able to conveniently access Rustavi’s content through it’s free to air radio waves and cable systems.
Outside of Georgia’s boundaries, the Rustavi also covers a majority of European and the Middle East countries. Fans in those countries receive the company’s content 24/7/365 via its Eutelsat 36B at 35.9E, W3, and Eurasiasat1 satellites. Being an associate member of the European Broadcasting Union, R2 reserves the rights to report/broadcast live from European territories, a right that no other Georgian broadcaster has. The company helps reporters from other media houses in gathering, packaging, and transmitting foreign content.
Rustavi 2 has in the recent past moved to satisfy its online audience by introducing mobile streaming services. Fans can access Rustavi’s documentaries, live talk-shows, entertainment, sports, education, and political programs via Google Play, AppStore, Roku, and Rustavi2 Windows Mobile Access.
Social Media Utilization
R2 operates verified Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram pages through which it interacts with fans. A majority of the posts on these pages are written in the native Georgian language.
Local and International Reporters.
In a bid to serve its audience with real-time daily news, the Rustavi has strategically placed its reporters across Georgia, most of them being concentrated in Zugdidi, Kutaisi, Poti, Batumi, and Gori among other big cities. Internationally, the company works with permanent correspondents based in Russia, Belgium, and the United States.
Among the most popular programs on the R2 network is the “Courier News”, a news program that has been on air for the last two decades. “Business Courier” has also received excellent reviews since it first went on air 12 years ago, particularly due to its in-depth and bare-knuckle analysis of the prevailing business debates. Others include P.S and Vano’s Show.
Rustavi 2 prides itself in having some of the most popular TV journalists in Georgia. Giorgi Sanaia, for example, was among the most sought-after journalist in the late 90s and early 2000, with his program “Night Courier” rating highest across Georgia back in the day. After his death in 2001, other renowned journalists such as Akaki Gogichaishvili of “Business Courier”, David Kikalishvili of "P.S.", Ana Kinkladze, Diana Jojua, Zaal Idumashvili, Natia Goksadze, and Keti Kvachantiradze all of “Courier News” took over and have continued to shine with their respective programs.