New Zealand

Technology, Communications and Media 

Digital convergence is driving expansion and growth in communications and media, bringing new opportunities for profit as well as operational risks and challenges and spiraling operational demands.


KPMG’s Information, Communications and Entertainment (ICE) group can help you tackle the tough problems through a relationship based on trust and regular and open communication. 

Contact us

Malcolm Downes

Malcolm Downes

Partner - Audit and Consumer & Industrial Markets

+64 9 367 5851

Consumers and Convergence 5: The Converged Lifestyle

consumers convergence rollup
Welcome to the era of the Converged Lifestyle. KPMG finds that businesses had better get ready for some fast technology & consumer adoption.

Film Financing and Television Programming: A Taxation Guide

Film financing
This Guide is a valuable reference tool television industry professionals with focus on the tax & business needs of the film and television industry.
We have the experience, resources and skills to help you address issues such as:
  • licensing and rights management
  • tax implications of digital services
  • content security
  • regulatory compliance.

Many of the world’s largest information, communications and entertainment companies have chosen KPMG as their business and financial advisor. 

How KPMG can help

From M&A and transfer pricing to digital content and identity access management, our team of audit, tax and business advisory professionals bring practical experience to advise on key issues concerning our clients.
We provide a comprehensive range of audit, accounting, tax, finance and other professional services to the following industry sectors.
  • Fixed-line and mobile telecommunications networks.
  • Cable and satellite communications.
  • Internet infrastructure.
Media & Entertainment
  • Publishing.
  • Television.
  • Radio and film production.
  • Advertising.
  • Sports.

Issues Monitor - Media & Telecommunications: September 2012

Issues Monitor - Media & Telecommunications: September 2012
Welcome to the September issue. This publication, aims to help both KPMG professionals and clients update themselves on current issues in the sectors.

The mobile evolution

Mobile evolution
Mobile technology is radically transforming the world around us. What business models will prove resilient to future change?

The rise of the digital multi-tasker - KPMG’s Digital Debate

Digital debate
Consumers have an insatiable hunger for media in all its forms, whether digital or offline

Social media: the voyage of discovery for business

Social media
More and more Australian organisations are actively considering their own social media journey.