Ana Neves

A seasoned freelance On-Camera Journalist,Television/Digital Producer, and a Speaker based in Sydney. A broadcast specialist and an entrepreneur who brings a rare combination of creative, commercial and production expertise to her media and audio-visual portfolio.


Over the past two decades, she has held high-level commercial roles with leading media brands such as the Seven Network, Bauer Media, Next Media and Virgin Australia. Ana has created media and video content for RTP Network, Billionaires Newswire, Newsmodo and Moustache Magazine. More recently for Sky News Business Channel (Entrepreneurs, Tech Leaders, Tech Biz and Sky News Real Estate business shows) She has produced and worked with celebrities and serial entrepreneurs; Curtis Stone, Kevin Murphy, Kate Morris, Jules Lund, Fred Schebesta, Jack Delosa, Bernard Salt, and Peter Switzer. She has also reported financial market reports for the Finance News Network targeting news to avid investors across the ASX/S&P indices.


As comfortable on air as she is behind the camera, Ana has reported on the SBS FIFA World Cup and has featured on national and international broadcast television in Portugal and Australia including breakfast TV 'Portugal Sem Fronteiras', 'Australia Contacto' and RTP- 'Hora Dos Portugueses' TV show as their official Sydney Correspondent and recently featured on 'Portugal No Mundo' global television show as a guest.


In Australia, she has been featured in the Daily Telegraph-Australian Fashion Film Awards red carpet reporter, SBS Portuguese Radio guest, SBS World News and on reality TV with the Seven Network.


Recommended by the Portuguese Consulate General Australia, Ana recently served as Master of Ceremonies to launch Australia's first Lusomia Festival in Australia supporting the edge of modern Portuguese cuisine and the Australia Brazil Business Council Gala Dinner and Awards. Ana has also been invited as a Guest speaker delivering her keynote 'How to build a brand from 'liked to loved' using the power of video and the press'- for the Australia Brazil Business Council B.Talks series, supporting entrepreneurs and startups. She also volunteers as an advocate to raise awareness for the Australian Thyroid Foundation fueled by her own personal story to ensure patients across Australia are aware of this silent but deadly disease.


Ana holds a Bachelor's Degree in Communications Business (Specialising in Advertising and Marketing) and a Diploma of Journalism. She is media trained and accredited The Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA) , Max Rowley Media Academy, TV ProGlobal.


Key Specialities: Broadcast and Digital Journalism


Specialist genres: Technology, business, lifestyle, documentary and social news stories



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