Georgian television has its roots since 1953, in the same year the construction of the first TV center in Tbilisi began, which was supposed to be located on the upper plateau of Mtatsminda. In 1956, the construction of a television tower on the upper plateau of Mtatsminda was completed according to the project. The height of the mast was 185 meters (this mast was the tallest in the USSR at the time) and the first TV broadcasts were carried out from the Mtatsminda TV studio.
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Since 1956, television has made great progress, and today it is an integral part of our lives, life without it is unimaginable, it is the best means of providing and transmitting information.
In the beginning, TV programs were produced four times a week, and from 1961, daily programs began. Due to the lack of appropriate recording equipment, the first telecasts were produced live without recording, which made things very difficult.Today marks the 65th anniversary of the first television broadcast in Georgia. In the modern world, we can see the role of technology and media in the best way, how important it is for the development of society. It is a matter of pride that the history of our country dates back to 1925, when the Georgian Radio was created, and in 1956, a television signal was broadcast from the Tbilisi television studio located on the Mtatsminda plateau. Since then there have been many stages, the first television of the country is today the Public Broadcaster of Georgia. As our concept implies, Channel One is for anyone and everyone, on any possible platform. We are where Georgia is," said Tinatin Berdzenishvili, General Director of the First Channel of Georgia.
In accordance with the legislation of Georgia, the broadcasting carried out by a legal entity of public law established for TV-radio broadcasting on the basis of state property, operating with public funding, independent from the government and accountable to the public, which is not subject to any state agency (hereinafter - Public Broadcaster), the purpose of which is political and commercial Providing diverse programs to the public that are free of influence, relevant to public interests.
Before I started creating the site, I got acquainted with a lot of materials about television. Among them there is information about the history of the establishment of television. The deeper you know about this or that issue, the better it is for you. So I decided to dedicate this page to the basics of television. TV or Television is a technology that allows us to transmit moving images with sound over long distances. This can be done both in monochrome (black and white) and in color. The word Television originated from the combination of the Latin and Greek words tele(τῆλε) (Greek: far) and visio (Latin: vision). Televisions received their first commercial use in the 1930s, before that, scientists were attracted by it. Since the 1970s, when videocassettes, laserdiscs, DVDs, and later Blue Ray became widely available, which provided the storage of large volumes of audio-video information that could then be broadcast over the air (until then there was only live broadcasting), television has become a medium for information, entertainment and the outside world. as one of the main means of cognition. In the earlier stage of television development, it included optical, mechanical and electronic technologies, which, according to the inventors, were to capture, transmit and display the image on the screen. Later, the mechanical part was removed from him, but he still made a decisive contribution to the creation of fully electronic television. Before we begin to discuss television technology, it would be a good idea to briefly review the technologies that have been used to transmit audio and visual information over long distances. Initially, FAX machines were used to transmit images, which were mechanical and were called pantelegraphs. It was created back in the 1800s. The first conceptual device capable of transmitting moving images electronically was the telephonoscope, developed in 1978. It justified the ideas of earlier scientists that light and sound could be transmitted using cables.