It's time to build a responsible media supply chain

| January 15, 2020

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The digital media revolution has been transformative - but it has a dark side. As millions more come online, these negative aspects will become magnified. All stakeholders must collaborate to build a supply chain that is good for both customers and business. Twenty-five years ago the first digital banner ad was launched, and a media revolution was born. Since then, data and digital technology have disrupted every aspect of the advertising, media and marketing ecosystem, transforming how we inform, entertain and engage people.

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