A lot is written about the influence of TV industry. The cases when media forgets about its main role becoming the tool of political manipulations are not exceptions. How does it work in partially free media surroundings? In the countries where TV media still “rules” among other media outlets. We come to Georgian Rose Revolution of 2003 interested in research of the role, influence and standards of the local TV media outlets through the prism of the very important political changes in the country. How did the media of the post-Soviet country meet the challenge? Whether national TV channels remained editorially free thinking on professional ethics during the coverage. Were journalists keeping their distance from the political sides or not? The author of the book has covered the Rose Revolution for one of the Georgian channels and found it very interesting to investigate more about the “kitchen” of the other newsrooms. She has researched a lot... especially for them who are interested in relations of media and politics, post-Soviet media systems, tools of censorship etc. Go ahead! You will find very important hidden details of the success story of Georgian Rose Revolution.