Alla Dudaeva will Work in Georgia’s Caucasus TV
Alla Dudaeva, the widow wife of our legendary leader Dzhokhar Dudaev, will work on Russian language television channel in Georgia.
Georgia plans to launch a Russian-language television channel targeting ethnic minorities across the Caucasus, in its latest challenge to Moscow’s influence in the strategically important region. The head of Georgia’s public broadcaster, Gia Chanturia said the company planned to launch the first regional channel in the Caucasus. He said the channel would probably begin broadcasting via the Internet before moving to satellite in January 2010. Chanturia said the channel would be funded from the Georgian budget and would contain news from across the region.
Georgian media reports say the project will involve a number of high-profile Russian journalists known for their criticism of the Russian leadership. the channel will report point view of Georgia on the events in the region to whole Caucasus. And Alla Dudaeva said she will be the news editor of this channel.
On the other hand, Moscow is unlikely to look kindly on a Georgian-run channel broadcasting to its southern republics and territory of Chechen Republic Ichkeria which is under Russian occupation.