MEMBER NEWS: KPMG releases Wireless World as part of the Race for the Platform series

Wireless World is part of KPMG’s Race for the Platform series focused on the evolution of the premium content business and the possible maturation of over‑the‑top (OTT) business models. There’s a strong sense of urgency to evolve and transform. We believe the platform business model will dramatically change the way viewers select, purchase and watch premium content. Wireless World looks at the possibility that the wireless providers will become the dominant platform for consumers to obtain their premium content. Wireless carriers already have the combined strength of connectivity, bundling, and low marginal costs, affording them a distinct advantage in becoming the platform of choice for pairing mobility and premium video access. With mass smartphone adoption, constant connectivity, and the promise of 5G, wireless carriers are well‑positioned for the future.

KPMG’s professionals combine industry knowledge with technical experience to provide insights that help Telecommunications industry leaders take advantage of emerging business opportunities and proactively manage business challenges. Our network of professionals in 152 countries, have extensive experience working with global companies ranging from the Fortune 500 to pre-IPO startups. We aim to anticipate the short-and long-term opportunities of shifting business, technology, and financial strategies. KPMG operates as a global network of independent member firms offering audit, tax, and advisory services. Collectively we employ more than 189,000 people across a range of disciplines. Sustaining and enhancing the quality of this professional workforce is KPMG’s primary objective. Wherever we operate, we want our firms to be no less than the professional employers of choice.

Paul Wissmann

National Sector Leader,

Media & Telecommunications, KPMG LLP

213-955-8518

pwissmann@kpmg.com

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