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Krisztina Rozgonyi (Dr)

Assistant Professor, Media Governance and Media Industries Research Lab, Department of Communication, University of Vienna

Krisztina Rozgonyi (Dr)

Dr. iur. Krisztina Rozgonyi is a senior media, telecommunication and IP regulatory and legal/policy consultant. She is Assistant Professor with the Media Governance and Media Industries Research Lab at the Department of Communication of the University of Vienna. Dr. Rozgonyi works with international and European organizations (such as ITU/UN, Council of Europe, European Commission, World Bank InfoDev and BBC MA), national governments, regulators, and companies as senior adviser on media freedom, spectrum policy and copyright legal frameworks re: digital audiovisual archives. She has worked for the governments of Serbia, Rwanda, Thailand, United Arab Emirates as well as for global organizations in the Ukraine, Israel, Poland, and Egypt. Between 2004-2010 Dr Rozgonyi served as the Chairperson/Deputy Chairperson of the Telecoms Authority in Hungary.

Dr Rozgonyi holds a Doctor Juris in Law and State Sciences (Eötvös Lóránd University, Faculty of Law, Budapest); an MA in Communication Sciences (Eötvös Lóránd University, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Budapest); and an MBA (Central European University). She is a regular speaker at the Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute at Oxford University and has taught at ELTE University, Budapest; Janus Pannonius University, Faculty of Law, Department of Public Law, Pécs.

Dr. Rozgonyi is member of the advisory board of the International Journal of Digital Television and the chair of the Media and Advertising Division of the Hungarian Lawyers Association and speaks English, German and Hungarian.


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