György Kerényi

is senior correspondent at Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty (RFE/RL), which was relaunched in Hungary in 2020 after almost three decades. As a journalist for almost 30 years now, he founded and co-founded seven different media outlets including pirate radios, the roma radio channel Rádió C, two prison radio studios, the online magazine and Pesti Hírlap, a daily newspaper, as editor-in-chief in 2019. Kerényi was editor-in-chief of the most listened to Hungarian radio station, the public broadcast MR1-Kossuth Rádió until 2010 and worked three years as consultant and program director of Pátria Rádió, the Hungarian channel of Slovak Public Radio. He was a lecturer at ELTE MÉDIA (the Media and communication Studies Department of the Institute for Art Theory and Media Research at ELTE University) between 1998 and 2008.


Cover for: Journalism under duress

Journalism under duress

From the 31st European Meeting of Cultural Journals

Three opposition journalists from Turkey, Russia and Hungary talk to Eurozine’s editor-in-chief about repressive regimes, personal risk, migration, the role of the media and the future of their profession in the digital age.