• Sport Contributor
    A versatile Sport Contributor with columns in The Guardian, Goal.com as well as television commentary on Brazil's SporTV and Channels TV. Published by CNN, Chimurenga Chronic, among many others.
  • Sport Communication & Marketing
    I am a specialist in sport communication, sport crisis management, fan engagement and the Olympic Movement.
  • Lolade Adewuyi
    Lolade Adewuyi holds a 2017 Master of Sport Administration (MSA) at the Russian International Olympic University, Sochi (a legacy of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games), specialising in communication and marketing.

About Me

Sport Crisis Management

Specialist in sport management crisis

Sports Communication

Specialist in sport and entertainment communication and new media

Olympic Movement

Specialist in the Olympic and Paralympic Movement

Brief

Lolade Adewuyi, a 2017 Master of Sport Administration graduate of the Russian International Olympic University, Sochi, is Chief Strategist at CampsBay Sport Media Limited, a specialist sport communication company based in Lagos, Nigeria.

I have worked as a journalist across various media platforms, traditional print and online, for more than a decade. I have covered politics, business, entertainment, sports and culture during this period, an experience that enriches my work.

My work has been published in reputable media like CNN, TELL magazine, USAToday, Goal.com, ShowBiz, SPIN, BBC Focus on Africa, Angolense, Chimurenga Chronic, among many others.

I am a sport business contributor for Nigerian general interest daily newspaper, The Guardian as well as a columnist for Goal.com on African football business and politics.

I have a keen interest in new media/social media and sport as well as expertise in the Olympic and Paralympic Movements.

Available for work and consulting: jololade002 [at] gmail.com

See my LinkedIn profile for more.

Blog

StarTimes chooses a coming-of-age story line for 2018 World Cup promotion
StarTimes chooses a coming-of-age story line for 2018 World Cup promotion

With two months left to the start of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, StarTimes, one of the three rights owners…

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Why Black Panther is an important story
Why Black Panther is an important story

If you have ever watched or read King Solomon's Mines, you begin to see why it's important to watch Black…

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Kwese captures Lagos City Marathon broadcast rights
Kwese captures Lagos City Marathon broadcast rights

Kwese TV was not joking when it declared its bid to shake up the African sport television market at inception.…

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Stephen Keshi gets a Google doodle

Stephen Keshi's life was an eventful one of many firsts. He was the first Nigerian player to head out to…

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Naijafootballers broadcasts The Ballers Awards via Instagram Live
Naijafootballers broadcasts The Ballers Awards via Instagram Live

In what is a first of its type in the use of digital technology in Nigerian sports, football portal Naijafootballers…

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Neymar’s uncertain future and EPL market dominance: Are expensive Ligue 1 rights good for Kwese?
Neymar’s uncertain future and EPL market dominance: Are expensive Ligue 1 rights good for Kwese?

After losing out on the English Premier League rights that have been retained by SuperSport until 2022, Kwese Sports has…

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Connect with Greatness: SuperSport employs nostalgia for 2018 World Cup promotion
Connect with Greatness: SuperSport employs nostalgia for 2018 World Cup promotion

It is less than six months to the start of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia and Sub-Saharan Africa’s television…

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StarTimes Sports drives OTT uptake through free offering
StarTimes Sports drives OTT uptake through free offering

The global drive towards over-the-top (OTT) in broadcasting has pushed many broadcasters to create their own mobile phone apps in…

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How Kwese TV is using instructional content to promote Winter Olympic Games rights
How Kwese TV is using instructional content to promote Winter Olympic Games rights

As we inch closer to the start of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Kwese TV has…

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The LMC and the NTA need to get the broadcast of the NPFL right
The LMC and the NTA need to get the broadcast of the NPFL right

The domestic league will have a new broadcast company covering it when the season resumes on January 18, 2018. The…

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