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|good news again today
grossly undervalued related to its prospects and growing underlying business with recurring revenues growing nicely
|All in all 7DIG is going very well now and could end up the leader in this market.
Next results will give us a good indication of the real potential, as they add scale overheads as a % of turnover will drop and profits will rise.
Once they start making a profit it should rise very quickly indeed.
Maybe Cole's vision two years ago will come true,he said it would take a little time.|
|Thank you so much for that most interesting news Michael, ♡|
|Contracts for Radioplayer announced in Canada and Peru. Launch of CDiscount service.|
|Jobs advertised on 7Digital site:-
This sounds interesting:-
"Right now we are engaged in a number of very exciting projects for global artists (will.i.am, Neil Young), hi resolution audio services with Onkyo, Technics and MQA, video messaging with musical.ly, along with developing streaming products for broadcasters, retailers and the major labels.
We’re working at significant scale – our service-oriented API Platform is handling billions of requests per month and growing quickly."|
|An article about yesterdays launch of CStream in France... hTTps://www.midiaresearch.com/blog/cstream-aims-to-break-the-all-you-can-eat-mould/
"Cstream is powered by the wholly owned French subsidiary of UK digital music services provider 7Digital, one of the few independent music white label companies left standing following the demise of Omnifone and the acquisition of Medianet by SOCAN earlier this year. This remains a vibrant sector with a lot of demand and 7Digital should prosper in a marketplace that they can now make their own."|
|All the news in the last week with Canada ,launch by Sony and warren and musical-Lyn.
You would think they would be announcing to the market.|
|Its interesting, in the case of Playster, that they have signed their own licenses direct with the labels - this shows that even with companies of the scale where they are able to do that, that we offer sufficient technical and operation benefits to outsource the deployment and running of their music services.|
couldnt find a RNS.
Looks as if they are working with Sony and Warner music|
|GENISES - Thanks but this was flagged by 7Digital on their website in August:-
|MONTREAL, Sept. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ - Playster, the world's first all-in-one entertainment streaming service, is proud to announce newly signed partnerships with a number of the world's biggest and best music labels and distribution companies: Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group and The Orchard.
In doing so, the Montreal-based platform is adding millions of titles to its catalog, including music from multi-platinum recording stars and many of the industry's brightest indie artists. Playster has also unveiled a completely revamped music section, powered by 7digital, which will take members' streaming experience to new heights with expertly tailored recommendations, curated playlists and unique mood-based sorting.|
|Post 869? GENISES - Can you post a link please? Thanks in advance.|
|well done 7dig|
|Cole said that 7digital’s biz-dev staff are being tasked with aiming high for big, global deals rather than small, less-valuable contracts.
“Who are the five global clients who need music? Does Snapchat need music? Does WhatsApp need music?” he said. “Musical.ly has brought us so much attention in Silicon Valley, due to being able within weeks to get themselves legal and licensed, by working with 7digital. That has brought an enormous amount of interest from the Valley.”
7digital’s two deals with major-label clients are also intriguing, although Cole declined to discuss who they are and what kind of services are being created.
Look forward to the next RNS|
|Scotneya - "i.e. Musical.ly is big and getting bigger, does 7D piggy back on this growth?
Definitive answers would be good, as opposed to speculation."
From the half year results:-
"Major new customer launches this period including Musical.ly in 30 territories."
"Typically, customers pay an initial set-up fee and then a fixed monthly licence fee for using our platform; in addition, we may also take a share of user related revenues generated by the service, including transaction and subscription revenues."
"We also signed an agreement with musical.ly, the fast-growing global social media platform based around video and music with a strong and growing global footprint of over 100m users and we expect monthly revenues from this agreement to increase over time."
It would suggest that the answer to your question is yes.|
A tip - you like me are a non paying subscriber here so ADVFN block your URLS therefore the 3 above can't be immediately accessed
This is EASY to get around
When you copy and paste the URL SUBSTITUTE the http with hTtp and then it works like magic :-)
I have done that for the important radio player news which I can't understand as having not been deemed newsworthy by7digital
This one is better|
Best to come from the horses mouth.
Phone him up
Matt Honey, Chief Financial Officer
|brilliant they now have a £12.50 price target :-) These automated tip pages are chronic|