Lee Reaney is a journalist based in Kyiv, Ukraine. He is Editor of the award-winning Lviv Today, the Sports Editor at What's On Kyiv, and covers Para taekwondo for the International Paralympic Committee and World Taekwondo. He is previously worked for organisations such as The Budapest Times, Ukraine Business Journal, and Cryptovest and has nearly 10 years of experience in print, TV, radio, and social media. He is the pre-eminent English-language sports reporter in Ukraine and is known for his coverage of business, sports, and culture. He has a BA in International Relations and is well-versed in the culture, lifestyle, and politics of Central & Eastern Europe. He can work in English or Ukrainian.
Suviving Sziget - This festival guide for Hungary's popular Sziget music festival highlights the do's and dont's of festival life.
Will Mavka mark the return of Ukrainian animation greatness? This article looks at whether Ukraine's highly-anticipated animated feature Mavka will live up to expectations and rejuvenate the Ukrainian animation industry.
What's Up With International Money Transfers - The article looks at why it's so dang difficult to transfer money to Ukraine and what you can do about it.
Eurovision to Sprinkle Gold Dust on Kyiv - This article looks on how Kyiv is set to reap the economic benefits of hosting Europe's coolest and kitschiest music festival.
Accepting Lviv Today's runner-up award for Best Sports Journal in Ukraine (2017) from Ukrainian NOC President Serhei Bubka.
Reporting in front of the Hungarian Parliament building in Budapest.
Hromadske Radio interviews the Editor of Lviv Today.
A screen grab from behind the desk at Cryptovest.