What’s Communiqué about?

Have you ever wondered about Netflix’s strategy in Africa? Or what the market is like for podcasts on the continent? Or, perhaps, you’re curious why it took Spotify so long to launch in Africa? You’d typically not find stories like these or analyses about these topics anywhere else, but Communiqué solves that.

Communiqué is a publication that analyses the media ecosystem in Africa. It explores the intersection of media, technology, and the digital economy.

Every month, Communiqué reaches a global audience of media entrepreneurs, marketing communications professionals, business executives, media scholars, and enthusiasts interested in the African media ecosystem.

About the author, David I. Adeleke

I am a writer, communications strategist, and media analyst. I am Head of Communications for Eko Atlantic City, the largest real estate project in Africa, and a contributing editor at the African Tech Roundup.

My work explores technology, media, culture, the digital economy and the factors that influence how people think, live and do business.

In my previous roles, I was the Editor at Business Insider Sub-Saharan Africa, Copy Editor at Ventures Africa, columnist at Techpoint, and editor at TechCabal.com.

I am a Media and Journalism Fellow with the Charles Koch Institute. I hold a degree in Mass Communication from Covenant University and a certificate in Storytelling for Modern Media from Yale University.

Visit my website to learn more about my work.

The CMQ Media Brain Trust

Communiqué is the product of the brain work of a group of friends and advisors. Here they are: