Adedotun Olaoluwa, founder of Nigerian magazine Pleasures, acquires shares in US media giant Gannett


The world-renowned Dotmount Communications Group, publisher of Pleasures Magazine ( today announced the acquisition of the shares of Gannett Co. Inc., a well-respected, diverse information and information company operating in the broadcast, publishing and digital industries, with the goal of ” enhance Dotmount Communications’ global reach with comprehensive integrated services for strong client and project stability.

Gannett (GCI) is a diverse news and media information company operating in the broadcast, publishing and digital industries. The most well-known brand of the company is USA Today. Its broadcast segment manages 43 television channels; its publishing segment provides daily content through more than 80 daily posts and over 400 local non-daily posts; and its digital segment covers content through digital platforms, digital marketing services and an online HR software solution.

“In just ten years of existence, the parent company of Pleasures Magazine, Dotmount Communications Group has made an extraordinary impact in the ever-changing world of media and digital marketing – asserting itself as a dominant and emerging player in the field, we are delighted with this addition to our growing list of media platforms, ”said Adedotun Babatunde Olaoluwa, President and Executive Chairman of Dotmount Communications Group.

“We respect and recognize that President Mike Reed has been at the forefront of thought leadership in media platform convergence – and the capabilities of his team will be a great asset to our business. “

Dotmount’s new acquisition follows a series of acquisitions over the past two years. Since the fall of 2019, the company has bought back shares of large media companies.

Dotmount Communications Group, an international strategic communications consultancy that uses a deep understanding of public, business and political drivers to provide insightful strategic advice and tackle complex communications challenges.

Over the years, the group has supported governmental, commercial and private entities, delivering sophisticated communication programs that shape awareness, guide opinion and improve understanding at national, regional and international levels.

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Pleasures Magazine.

About the founder:
Babatunde Adedotun Olaoluwa is a Nigerian, brand strategist, media consultant, HR and communications expert. He is the editor of Pleasures Magazine. A bimonthly luxury publication.

Olaoluwa is from Ibadan, Oyo State, southwestern Nigeria. He received his primary education at the Command Children School in Lagos State; his secondary education at Command Secondary School, Ikeja, Lagos State, where he obtained his West Africa Studies Certificate (WASC) in 1995. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Arts Studies Communication and International Relations at the University of Malta and is an alumnus of at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, where he obtained certificates in Management and Measurement of Organizational Strategies, Product Strategy and Product Management. Brand. He is an associate member of the International Council for Advertising Self-Regulation (ICAS) and an associate member of the European Advertising Standards Alliance (EASA).

Olaoluwa started his media career at Spice Group in Geneva, Switzerland, where he worked for three years as Head of Image Development. He becomes Deputy Director of Steves & Co Communications (where he manages multinational accounts). In 2011, he founded PLEASURES MAGAZINE, of which he is the publisher to this day.


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