Founding Partner and Senior Consultant

Dr. Krisztina Rozgonyi has been a senior regulator and legal adviser for a number of governments, regulators, and companies in Hungary. Dr. Rozgonyi used to be the Chairperson of the Telecoms Authority in Hungary, acts as adviser to the Serbian Government in digital switchover, works in Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, and Georgia as director for the World Bank CAS InfoDev project. As an ITU/UN expert she also works for governments and regulators in Africa, e.g. for the Rwandan regulator (RURA) and is involved in various EU initiatives on media freedom in the ENP region (e.g. in Egypt, Israel). Recently she has been involved with EC efforts on the creation of Pan-European audiovisual domain while addressing copyright aspects, which might hamper the realization thereof and she has led the Hungarian copyright experts’ team on aspects of on-line access to audiovisual works and archives during the “Licenses for Europe” stakeholder dialogue launched by the European Commission. Her special areas are media and telecommunications regulation, digital switchover legal strategies, media law focusing on digital age issues and copyright law focusing on digital archives. Dr. Rozgonyi is member of the advisory board of the International Journal of Digital Television and of the Media Governance and Industries Research Lab at the University of Vienna.