Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
7Digital LSE:7DIG London Ordinary Share GB00BMH46555 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.375p +4.48% 8.75p 8.50p 9.00p 8.875p 8.375p 8.375p 802,683.00 12:24:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 10.4 -7.9 -7.3 - 10.12

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/1/2017
11:53
1148 hrs - 80k taken at 9p f
fillipe
16/1/2017
10:46
Sorry it was wrong paged - it was intended for PVG
fillipe
16/1/2017
10:41
There are 7 mm' here on L2, but each only show 5k shrs. The highest ask is now 10p, but DIG7 seems slow to respond to the current 26p/30p tp's. No doubting it will come and meanwhile an opportunity to buy low. Totals on each side of the bid/ask of all mm's is a pitifully small 35k shrs, so one can see how tightly this is being run by the mm's, perchance they find strong movements, either way. f
fillipe
16/1/2017
10:35
IMO They will be taken over. Mkt cap way too small for this company. A bargain.
iwillbe
16/1/2017
10:10
£6.00 sounds outrageous but it's the value 7Dig would trade at if Mr Cole dilivers on his prediction of January 2016. £200M market size £70M revenue £40M profit. If the competition has gone and the sector is growing at 70% from a very low base line in can be done.😄
pet lover
16/1/2017
09:55
Come on Pet £6.00 !!! 60p possibly
1bonanza
16/1/2017
09:45
Well since I bought and posted the shares have done 50%. I also believe that at £10M 7Dig is the most undervalued share in the U.K. today. The shares have done 50% since I've been offering my time here for free. By the time I leave @£6.00 a share you might be thanking me. By the way any new investor to the thread will not scroll though hundreds of posts. 😄
pet lover
16/1/2017
09:14
I know you are excited pet lover -but simply no one can post THAT many posts without them becoming meaningless, repetitive...and boring I have you on filter-but even when your content is filtered you take up TOO much space I hold a lot of 7 Digital and believe streaming is THE way to go, you don't help the cause My dad had a great saying 'Don't speak, unless you can improve on the silence' you ought to take notice of that S
sweenoid
16/1/2017
07:44
HTTP://www.stereophile.com/content/mqa-and-warner-real-scoop#DpOwZBUKDA5rJowR.97 ""It's practical to think that we would have broken the back of all the music in the world by next spring."
pet lover
16/1/2017
07:28
7Dig RNS last year. "Following the announcement of their global strategic partnership as the leading platform provider of MQA, from January 11, 7digital will for the first time have indie label content available in this higher quality format on their platform for B2B clients. This content will also be available for download by customers of both the 7digital D2C web store and mobile apps, with the company becoming the first digital music platform provider to offer MQA for both download and streaming." LEADING PLATFORM PROVIDER.
pet lover
16/1/2017
07:23
It's not rumour though is it. ? Both these articles came our of CES 2017 held in Las Vegas last week. 7 Dig last week in an interview (not an RNS) "Downton said that 7digital is working on a number of launches of high-res streaming services in 2017 for clients, and that these services will go beyond pure audio quality." MQA have just said this. Before the year is out, four to five services could be streaming high-res, said MQA chairman Bob Stuart. Stuart"s company developed Master Quality Authenticated (MQA) technology to reduce bandwidth requirements to make it practical to stream master-quality audio.
pet lover
16/1/2017
07:18
This is likely to be a classic buy the rumour sell the news
simon1955
15/1/2017
18:12
Well should be update very soon-maybe this week and then we will know how well they are doing
loobrush
15/1/2017
17:40
This is what you read when you go to download the App. "musical.ly - your video social network Install musical.ly is the world's largest creative platform. The platform makes it super easy for everyone to make awesome videos and share with friends or to the world. Top categories on musical.ly include :" This is the reason I believe any new streaming platforms will be on behalf of truly massive companies where the growth of those companies will over time be reflected in 7Dig"s share price.
pet lover
15/1/2017
17:31
7 Dig last week in an interview (not an RNS) "Downton said that 7digital is working on a number of launches of high-res streaming services in 2017 for clients, and that these services will go beyond pure audio quality." MQA have just said this. Before the year is out, four to five services could be streaming high-res, said MQA chairman Bob Stuart. Stuart"s company developed Master Quality Authenticated (MQA) technology to reduce bandwidth requirements to make it practical to stream master-quality audio. 7Dig have spent the last 18 months going after very large clients and in June 2016 won Musical.ly
pet lover
15/1/2017
16:52
I will try and point to where the growth will come from. First and foremost their is very, very little competition. Mr Cole quoted 2 or 3 competitors this time last year worldwide, the biggest has since gone bust. That leaves just one or two. Compare that to at least 12 direct music streaming services in the B2C market segment. 7Dig is in the B2B music streaming and licensing sector. We have two types of music streaming service. 1/ Spotify, Apple Music and the other huge suppliers of your £9.99 a month all in subscription The record labels take 81% of these revenues. Hence to date none have made a profit. 2/ Local radio, free to use music services supported by Advertising, Musical.ly, and any music platform that has built in restrictions to prevent the listener getting a full unlimited music service. Here the record labels take a tiny fraction of revenues, but realise that this drives potential clients to other profitable sources of revenue. Streaming music will be part of many product offerings going forward and 7Dig is in the position to offer it. Finally, a new music listening format MQA is just going live called MQA. 7Dig and MQA are partners in the B2B segment. All 3 record labels are involved. For streaming growth see last results from 7Dig. From zero n 2014 to I think one billion in 2016.
pet lover
15/1/2017
16:25
7digital is a global business with providing access to over 50 million music tracks for download and streaming services. 7digital’s music catalogue is similar in size with the market-leading consumer services. 7digital provides its customers with turnkey white label music services as well as access to a cloud-based software platform that allows them to create and develop their own music service. 7digital has a PaaS offering, a cloud-based service which makes it simpler and more cost effective for 7digital’s customers to access the rights and technology necessary to run a music service. 7digital allows consumer facing companies, which include mobile device manufacturers, telecom and television service providers, broadcasters, retailers and consumer brands, to provide innovative new music services to their end users. 7digital operates B2B technology and music services and B2C music services under the 7digital brand. 7digital also provides creative services to its clients, including radio (and other content) production, editorial, merchandising, event production, playlisting and other forms of curation. B2B (a) Platform 7digital’s core business is to provide an API for third parties who want to create digital music services, either standalone or bundled within their own device or product offering. 7digital’s platform simplifies access to music by offering a combination of a licensed music catalogue alongside the cloud-based technology platform and client-side software, being software hosted by 7digital’s clients. These are needed to create on-demand music streaming and download services, radio-style services and other services. The 7digital platform is open, with open-source code wrappers to reduce complexity and time to market for its potential customers and can be used for building products on any type of connected device. Typically, customers pay a set-up fee, monthly license fees for using the 7digital platform and 7digital will also take a revenue share of any music-based revenue generated by the service, including transaction or subscription revenues. (b) Devices and operating systems In addition to providing an open API-based platform from which third parties can build their own services, 7digital also provides client-side software applications for the leading OS and device platforms, including Desktop, Android, iOS, BlackBerry, Windows 8 and Windows Phone, Google Chromecast, Firefox, HTML5 and Sonos. (c) Music licences 7digital has obtained music licences in 82 countries in North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Africa. These licences are obtained from hundreds of individual record labels, music publishers and music collecting societies. Music licences vary from country to country and by usage type. As of September 2016, the catalogue consists of more than 50 million tracks. B2C 7digital.com is a digital music store, one of the UK’s first when launched in 2004. 7digital.com operates 20 download stores, of which 18 are country specific, one is offered to those located in the EU and one is offered globally. The 7digital.com music download store offers a catalogue of high quality digital music from the major labels and independent aggregators in Europe, North America and parts of Asia Pacific. The 7digital ‘Locker’ service stores the user’s music purchases in the cloud for access from any device. Users have the option to download their purchases as zip files or by using the 7digital download manager to input directly into their media player of choice. 7digital has apps for different devices as well as an HTML5, mobile-optimised web store. Additionally, streaming of a consumer’s purchased music is available on Sonos devices. 7digital.com is available with localised features such as local currency, language and catalogue throughout Europe, North America and parts of Asia Pacific.
pet lover
15/1/2017
16:19
What is the business model for mqa please? I can appreciate that margins are higher for licensing but not convinced we will see exceptional revenue growth
geheimnis2
15/1/2017
15:57
This is from Money Mail May 2015 *The past year has seen the management steer the acquired 7digital operation away from low profit digital downloads, which used to be the bread and butter business, to focus it on the aforementioned streaming market, which generates gross margins of 95 per cent.* The accounts show download margins of C:7% Getting margins up from 7% to 95% has a stunning effect of profits going forward. Add huge turnover growth and you have all the ingredients for outstanding share price performance.
pet lover
14/1/2017
14:43
7dig supply music and licensing to all sorts of companies that want to use music as part of their offering. B2B This is an example, Amazon. 7Dig is not involved as far as I know but Amazon"s competition most definitely is. HTTP://www.seenit.co.uk/how-amazon-is-successfully-using-tv-and-music-to-sell-services-and-hardware/
pet lover
13/1/2017
17:44
" I later learned that ALL these services will offer MQA streaming later this year. The MQA floodgates appear to have opened." Do investors here have an idea just how massive this is for 7Dig the only B2B streaming and licensing partner to MQA.? 7Dig is valued on the assumption that it could make £500,000 in 2017. The company has said it will be around breakeven in the last 3 months of 2016. 7Dig revenues will soar off the back of MQA.
pet lover
13/1/2017
17:36
ROBERT HARLEY ON DIGITAL AND ELECTRONICS UNDER $15K Show report by Robert Harley | Jan 11th, 2017 Categories: Solid-state power amplifiers, Tubed power amplifiers, Solid-state preamplifiers, Tubed preamplifiers, Phonostages, Digital-to-analog converters Robert Harley on Digital and Electronics Under $15k Five Most Significant Digital Introductions MQA Streaming on Tidal The big news from CES was Tidal’s long-awaited announcement that it was finally streaming files in the MQA format. About 30,000 titles are expected over the next few months. If you have a Tidal HiFi subscription, you now have access to MQA under the “Master” moniker (MQA is available only on the desktop app at the moment, not on mobile or embedded apps). Better yet, Tidal includes an MQA decoder that will “unwrap” the file and send the 88kHz or 96kHz audio stream to your DAC (the Tidal decoder is limited to 96kHz). You won’t get all the benefits of a full MQA decoder implementation in a DAC, but the sound quality is significantly better than with no decoding (I’m listening to MQA via Tidal as I write this). At a press conference, the Digital Entertainment Group announced that several other streaming services would offer “hi-res” streaming (including Pandora, HDtracks, Napster/Rhapsody). High-level executives from major record labels also stated their support for hi-res streaming, but inexplicably there was no mention of MQA and no opportunity for Q&A. I later learned that all these services will offer MQA streaming later this year. The MQA floodgates appear to have opened.
pet lover
13/1/2017
17:30
HTTPS://www.facebook.com/mqasound/videos/551188535080872/
pet lover
13/1/2017
15:06
Asking SMITHIE6 to stop posting is like asking a drunk to stop drinking. He has an agenda.
pet lover
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