How OMG Digital is adjusting to the changing advertising landscape
By Guardian Exclusive
24 October 2019 | 2:32 pm
Jesse Ghansah, Co-founder and CEO of OMG Digital spoke with GuardianTV about the challenges facing content publishing on OMG Digitals.
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