First Channel (Georgian TV channel)

public TV channel in the Republic of Georgia

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First Channel
Georgian public broadcaster logo.jpg
CountryGeorgia
Broadcast areaGeorgia, Europe, Asia, Americas
HeadquartersTbilisi
Programming
Language(s)Georgian
Picture format16:9/4:3 (576i, SDTV)
1080i HDTV
Ownership
OwnerGeorgian Public Broadcasting
Key peopleTina Berdzenishvili (CEO)
Sister channelsSecond Channel
History
Launched1956; 65 years ago (1956)
Links
Websitewww.1tv.ge
Availability
Satellite
Eutelsat 36B (35.9°E)11212 H 24400 3/5 (HD)

First Channel (Georgian: პირველი არხი), also called 1TV, is a Georgian television channel owned and operated by Georgian Public Broadcasting, launched in 1956. This channel is received by the 85% of the population of Georgia.

Programs

The content of the channel is based on news, talk programs, sports, children's programming, the Eurovision Song Contest and foreign movies.

  • Moambe (მოამბე)
  • P'olit'ik'uri k'vira (პოლიტიკური კვირა)
  • P'irveli tema (პირველი თემა)
  • Me miq'vars sakartvelo (მე მიყვარს საქართველო)
  • Tskhovreba mshvenieria (ცხოვრება მშვენიერია)

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