HOW 5G WILL TRANSFORM THE BUSINESS OF MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT

| October 14, 2018

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The global media industry stands to gain $765bn in cumulative revenues from new services and applications enabled by 5G ($260bn in the US and $167bn in China). Thanks to the new network capabilities brought by 5G, annual mobile media revenues will double in the next 10 years to $420bn in 2028 ($124bn in the US). The transformative impact of 5G will go well beyond just enhanced mobile media. It will disrupt the industry on many levels.

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