Line Langnes is a senior legal advisor at the Norwegian Media Authority (NMA). She has extensive experience with legal issues relating to broadcasting and distribution, and has been responsible for NMA’s work on radio digitization since 2005. Langnes has also been co-writer on a report on digital radio in Norway.
She is in charge of the NMA’s information project to the public on the switchover from analogue to digital radio.
Line Langnes (1969) is a Masters of Law graduated from the University of Oslo. Before joining the Norwegian Media Authority, she has served as a junior barrister at an attorney’s office, as well as being head of division at another governmental organisation. She now serves at the division for User Safety at the NMA, where she is responsible for the field of children, media and law, as well as serving as a project manager for NMA’s information project on digitization of radio.