Radio Tbilisi is the oldest radio station in Georgia, with a history dating back to 1925. It is the official radio station of the capital city, Tbilisi. During the Soviet era, when Georgia was part of the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic (Georgian SSR), Radio Tbilisi played a significant role in disseminating information and entertainment.
Under Soviet rule, media outlets, including Radio Tbilisi, were often subject to censorship and control by the state. Despite these constraints, Radio Tbilisi managed to preserve aspects of Georgian culture and identity through its programming.
In the post-Soviet era, Radio Tbilisi underwent changes as Georgia gained independence. The station adapted to the new political and social landscape, and its role in reflecting the cultural and political climate of the country continued.