Steven Talevski

A Master of Media and Communications and Bachelor of Journalism Graduate, I have more than five years of experience in the media in both Australia and the United States.

With a strong background in journalism, I have been published in multiple countries and three different languages. Publications include by The Age, Leader Newspapers, The New Daily, Golf Magazine Australia, Blitz Australasian Martial Arts Magazine, Fight! Australia, Goal! Weekly, Cricket Coaches Australia, Outside90, Football Federation Victoria, Hrvatski Vjesnik, Falanga, Cambridge Day and the New England Newspaper & Press Association.

I am also a failing full back, who likes to get forward at any chance, and think that I should play in attack.

What I do

Media Management

Media Management

I provide experience and knowledge in media management with an ability to control content management systems, manage clients and create marketing content. Previous media management experience includes Blitz Australasian Martial Arts Magazine, Cricket Coaches Australia, Football Federation Victoria and Keilor Wolves Soccer Club.

Writing

Writing

With five years experience in investigative and sports reporting, I have been published in over a dozen online and print publications in three different languages and in multiple countries. I am able to cover a wide range of topics.

Video and Audio

Video and Audio

With a Master in Media and Communication, I am proficient in video and audio. My video production, "Garden of Peace" for the Boston Homicide Watch website was recognised in the United States by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences as a honouree mention in the College Awards. The Academy is most notable for their distribution of the prestigious Emmy Awards.

Social Media

Social Media

Proficient in social media control, I can produce and monitor social media networks and campaigns. Social media experiences include creating, planning and managing Keilor Wolves Soccer Club's first online social network profiles along with creating audience and interaction records with Blitz Australasian Martial Arts Magazine.

From the Blog

The Jarryd Hayne story – a brave beginning

He was the LeBron James, Peyton Manning, Cristiano Ronaldo and Usain Bolt of Rugby League, but has taken a punt and left the sport in a brave and admirable decision to try break it through in the NFL.

Jarryd Hayne, a two-time Dally M winner, has decided to turn down a lucrative NRL contract, which would have made him the highest paid player in the sport to chase a dream in the United States. Despite this admirable decision, Hayne has received mixed reviews.

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Macedonian Football set to turn 21 – It’s time to mature

It was 21 years ago when Crveni Risovi walked out of the tunnel for the first time in a 4-1 victory against Slovenia in Kranj. At the helm of the side was Andon Dončevski who led FK Vardar to become the first and only Macedonian club to win the old Yugoslav top flight, before they were consequently stripped of the title. Darko Pančev, Europe’s 1991 golden boot winner, led that side alongside Red Star Belgrade European Championship winner, Ilija Najdoski. The future then looked bright compared to the bleak outlook of what has happened in the past two decades. Nearing its 21st birthday, Macedonian Football must blow out the candles and begin to mature up before it is lost amongst the world’s bottom tier football nations. Macedonia, along with Montenegro, are the only former Yugoslav Republics to have failed to qualify for either the FIFA World Cup Finals (Montenegro albeit qualified alongside Serbia for Germany 2006) or UEFA European Championships and are currently ranked 74th in the FIFA World Rankings. It is not brighter on the club side either – no Macedonian outfit has qualified following independence for the European Champions League. That continued last week as FK Rabotnicki were eliminated by Finnish side HJK Helsinki in the second stage of Champions League qualification. So the question lies, where to now for Macedonian football?

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