Board & Management

The Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation (CyBC) is a legal entity governed by the Public Law and established in accordance with the Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation Law, Chapter 300A. The CyBC is governed by a Board of Directors, consisting nine members, who are appointed by the Council of Ministers for three-year term of service. The Senior Executive of the CyBC is the Director General, to whom in accordance with the Radio Broadcasting Act, ‘the Corporation delegates all of the responsibilities that are required to enable him to carry out his work efficiently’

Board of Directors

Chairman of the the Board of Directors
Andreas Frangos

Andreas Frangos was born in Limassol, on July 16, 1975.
Following his military service in the Green Berets, he obtained a Law Degree from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, where he was elected President of the National Student Union of Cypriots of Athens (EFEK).
He holds a postgraduate degree from Kingston University in London in the Alternative Dispute Resolution.
He holds the title of Barrister at Law and is a member of the Honorable Society of Lincoln’s Inn in London.
He is a licensed Insolvency Advisor, a member of the Pancyprian Bar Association and a member of the Bar of England and Wales.
He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in London.
He owns a law firm in Limassol.
He is also a founding member of the Cyprus Arbitration Forum.
He served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Cyprus Organization for Land Development, as well as a member of various social groups.
He has published several legal and other articles.
He is married to Polina Neophytou and has three sons.

Members of the Board of Directors

Yiannos Pantazis – Vice President

Maria Christofides – Member

Eleni Louca – Member

Iordanis Pallikaras – Member

Dr. Ioannis Tsangarides – Member

Harris Neophytou – Member

Stavros Ioakim – Member

Dr. Neophytos Lambertides – Member

Director General
Michael Maratheftis

Michael Maratheftis was born in Limassol in 1974. having completed his secondary education in Italy, he returned to Cyprus for his military service in the National Guard. He continued his studies in the United Kingdom where he graduated with a Joint Honours degree in Accounting & Banking from the University of Wales and subsequently was awarded a Masters degree in International Business Management from the University of Westminster.  Prior to joining the CyBC, he held top managerial positions at the Louis Group and RCB Bank, while he also served as a member of the Board of Directors of CYMEPA and the Cyprus Theatre Organisation.