About Us
Welcome to the first English-speaking news channel in Georgia, provided by the Palitra Media House - the largest independent publishing house in the country. With our brand new internet television site we are proud to serve both English-speaking audiences in Georgia and abroad with breaking stories and with features relevant to the English speaking community.

We are a new site, a new product and a new team comprised of seasoned journalists. We welcome as much feedback as possible. Tell us how you want your news and we will try to make it happen.

We are here to provide quality balanced news and to save your time by processing and filtering relent media into English. Yet our goal can only be truly achieved if our audience works with us and provides requests and suggestions for how we should grow and shape our website.
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According to Davit Bakradze, ambassador of Georgia in Greece, the yacht which Mikheil Saakashvili and former chairman of Adjarian government Levan Varshalomidze boarded
Offering a new NATO package at the Wales summit will bring Georgia closer to the Alliance, the NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen told reporters in Brussels.
Davit Usupashvili, Chairman of the Parliament, personally gave journalists a guided tour of the renewed Parliament building at Rustaveli Avenue in Tbilisi.
On September 1st, MIA’s Service Agency started giving out license plates with a new design. The first plate, displaying the date of the event, was symbolically printed by Aleksandre Tchikaidze
Russian President has given his views on the hopes for peace in Ukraine during an off the cuff interview with the BBC's John Sweeney.
The man charged with the murder of a cab driver in Stamford earlier this week is being held on $1 million bond and is due back in court next week, NBC Connecticut reports.
Residents of Beslan are marking the tenth anniversary of a school siege which resulted in the deaths of over 330 people, including 186 children
“Palitra TV” got access to exclusive footage taken on the 28th of August in the village of Karatubani, Adigeni region. It features the deceased youths, as well as their killer’s son.
Recently planted cypress trees in the park near the Armenian Church are already withering.
A video is spreading throughout social media that depicts final minutes of Dachi Darchia, a DJ who was murdered two days ago in Tbilisi.
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