Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Contentfilm Plc LSE:CFL London Ordinary Share GB0009715375 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.325p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 18.4 0.3 0.0 - 1.19

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26/5/2011
12:08
He's on cmcp. The company has been renamed as 'Content Media'. z
zeppo
26/5/2011
11:50
looks like even cardiff has given up on these !!!
sscrabble
03/5/2011
13:14
Showing as down to less than one penny on sharecrazy
sscrabble
17/3/2011
18:40
I have created a new thread for CMCP. If anyone has any requests for info in the header, just let me know. http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=24831638
fft
17/3/2011
17:59
News on 'Outpost 2' with talk of an 'Outpost 3' in the offing: "ContentFilm, Black Camel start Scottish shoot for Barker's Outpost sequel" 17 March, 2011 | By Wendy Mitchell http://www.screendaily.com/news/uk-ireland/contentfilm-black-camel-start-scottish-shoot-for-barkers-outpost-sequel/5024569.article
cardiffian
16/3/2011
08:10
For reference: SXSW: Anchor Bay Makes 7-Figure Deal For 'The Divide' By MIKE FLEMING | Wednesday March 16, 2011 @ 1:15am EDT http://www.deadline.com/2011/03/sxsw-anchor-bay-makes-7-figure-north-american-rights-deal-for-the-divide/
cardiffian
15/3/2011
19:08
Here's the link for the "updated" film production report...I don't think much has changed from the last prod-rep' except the name change and possibly the cast for 'The Technician' which has the names of Kevin Bacon and Kurt Russell on the cover. Kevin Bacon should fill a few cinema/theatre seats, I'm guessing Kurt's just looking to keep his toe in the film industry, bwdik. http://www.contentmediacorp.com/index.php/film_tv/film/production_reports.html
cardiffian
15/3/2011
18:52
fft, don't ask me, I wouldn't know where to start ! Although one currently gets diverted to the new web address from the old, here's the new link: http://www.contentmediacorp.com/
cardiffian
15/3/2011
11:22
I suppose we should create a new thread using the CMCP epic code. Could someone who is a PBB member (the blue ones) do it as then we have more chance (not 100%) of keeping out various folks who seem to have no other purpose than to chase/fight each other around the boards.
fft
14/3/2011
22:06
Current market cap. £2.4 million.
recto verso
14/3/2011
22:05
Here's a slightly different view point : StockMarketWire.com - Media rights and sales group Content Media Corporation plc said it expects its full-year results to meet management expectations after solid trading across the group for the 12 months to March 31. The group said trading in the television division had been strong with library revenues holding up particularly well. Trading in the film division had been steady within a continually challenging market environment. While library revenues had held up well, margins in sales of new films had been lower. In the digital division, sales of multi-platform programming had continued to be strong and revenue from traditional programme catalogue sales to digital platforms had increased significantly. Resolutions to change the name of the company from ContentFilm plc to Content Media Corporation were passed today (Mar 14). Its shares are expected to be trading under the new ticker CMCP from tomorrow. At 11:19am (LON:CFL) Contentfilm share price was +0.06p at 1.33p.
recto verso
14/3/2011
21:46
looks like the name change is more to do with the demise of the film business than the diversification of the company! as for the results, last years results were solid and returned a loss of 700K so another solid years results may not be viewed as that impressive. The line that they keep spinning about tough markets doesn't seem to apply to Ent One, so it's a bit rich trying to covince us that they are doing well in adverse markets. Personally I think they are just about keeping their heads above water, which you tend to feel is enough for the managements to keep drawing their excessive salaries. The CEO is on £350k with bonuses, not sure that can be justified with the appalling loss of shareholder value.
diesel
14/3/2011
20:56
Leaving the daytraders to one side,do I detect a whiff of optimism?
djderry
14/3/2011
12:00
HBO Asia Ramps Up Content Offering SINGAPORE – HBO will be bringing more exciting movies and series to its bouquet of channels in Asia, giving subscribers even more variety and choice of the best Hollywood movies and award-wining series. In addition to having the latest, biggest and best Hollywood blockbuster movies which premieres on Asian television first on HBO due to the exclusive licensing deals with major Hollywood studies including Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures, Universal Studios and Warner Bros., HBO Asia has also sealed new and exclusive pay television deals with major independent distributors such as CBS, Content Films, EuropaCorp, FilmNation Entertainment, Lionsgate Entertainment, MGM, QED International, Summit Entertainment and WWE Films. "With 70% of 2010's top 20 US box office hits coming to HBO this year, and the acquisition of more content from major independent movie distributors over and above the movies from our major Hollywood studio partners, HBO cements our position as the number one English movie channel in the region," says Magdalene Ew, Senior Vice President, Marketing, Creative and Content, HBO Asia. "Our subscribers can also continue to enjoy watching the biggest and the best movies from major Hollywood and independent studios alike, such as the most-awarded Oscar®-winning movies, The King's Speech and Inception, as well as award-winning series and HBO Original programs on HBO." Some award-winning movies from major independent studios coming to HBO include Film Nation's The King's Speech, which collected four Oscars® at the 83rd Academy Award® recently; the super-hero comedy caper, Kick-Ass from Lions Gate; the action comedy, Red by Summit Entertainment, which stars Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren and Morgan Freeman; and CBS' romantic comedy starring Jennifer Lopez, The Back Up Plan. HBO subscribers will also get to see WWE wrestlers, not in the ring, but in feature films produced by WWE Films. HBO Asia has secured the exclusive pay television rights to premiere WWE Studios feature films including Legendary, starring professional wrestler, John Cena, and Knucklehead, starring five-time wrestling world-champion, Paul Wright, also known as The Big Show. In addition, HBO Asia has acquired movies from popular franchises such as the James Bond film series with Die Another Day, Goldeneye, The World Is Not Enough and Tomorrow Never Dies and others. Another popular franchise, Rocky, will also air courtesy of HBO. HBO will continue to air new and distinctive HBO Original programs this year including the Emmy® and Golden Globe®-winning Boardwalk Empire, Temple Grandin and You Don't Know Jack, as well as the much anticipated brand-new HBO Original series, Game Of Thrones. For the first time ever, MAX, a refresh of CINEMAX, will have its own original drama series on the male-skewed action, sci-fi and mystery channel. Strike Back, an action series that is co-produced with Sky, is a high octane action-packed drama series based on a multi-million best-selling book of the same name by former Special Forces officer Chris Ryan. HBO Asia has also acquired more live action family series to boost its content on HBO FAMILY, the movie channel featuring wholesome movies that families can enjoy together. New half-hour family series such as Dinosapien, Majority Rules, Snobs, Storm World and Wannabe from distributors such as BBC, Entertainment One Television and ITV Global Entertainment, will debut in Asia on HBO FAMILY. In addition to having more movies and series on the HBO linear channels, subscribers of HBO ON DEMAND, a Subscription Video On Demand service currently available in Hong Kong, Singapore and Sri Lanka, will also have more movies and series to choose from, and at a higher refresh rate. Latest Analysis MCOT Faces First Test Value in Indonesia Sky, Cignal Benefit from Digital Boost Sony Starts New Chapter Trans Eyes Pay-TV and Licensing More »
tez123
14/3/2011
11:45
very mis-leading post that barnetpeter you should be ashamed of yourself. * Turnover of GBP6.6 million (2009: GBP6.5 million) * Gross profit before operating expenses of GBP3.4 million (2009: GBP3.0 million) * Normalised EBITDA¹ of GBP0.7 million (2009: GBP0.7 million) * Normalised PBT¹ loss of GBP0.1 million (2009: loss of GBP0.1 million) * Normalised basic EPS¹ of 0.0 pence (2009: 0.0 pence) * Reported loss of GBP0.7 million (2009: loss of GBP0.6 million)
hatetrader
14/3/2011
11:41
lol peter dig a little deeper in them accounts you naughty boy.
hatetrader
14/3/2011
11:29
From last results: Gross profit before operating expenses of GBP 3.4 million (2009: GBP3.0 million) Only cap at 1 million.
barnetpeter
14/3/2011
11:27
Going to soar now on that TU.
topinfo
14/3/2011
11:20
DJ Contentfilm PLC Trading update TIDMCFL RNS Number : 8441C Contentfilm PLC 14 March 2011 Date: 14 March 2011 On behalf of: ContentFilm plc ('the Company', 'the Group' or 'Content') Embargoed until: 11:00hrs Content Media Corporation plc -- Trading Update The Board of Content Media Corporation plc, a pre-eminent owner of media rights supported by strong film, TV and digital sales divisions, today provides shareholders with a trading update. As the Company approaches its year end of 31 March 2011 (FY11), the Company is pleased to report that trading for FY11 across the Group has been solid. Following on from the pleasing results last year, the Company expects to have another similarly positive year with results that will meet management's expectations. Trading in the television division has been strong with library revenues holding up particularly well. Additionally, the Company has had a strong year from its drama offerings which included its returning drama shows "Heartland" and "Republic of Doyle" and its brand new drama, "Thorne". Furthermore the division is pleased to announce that Collins Avenue has recently secured three US broadcast commissions, totalling 15 hours of production in total. Trading in the film division has been steady within a continually challenging market environment. Whilst library revenues have held up well, margins in sales of new films have been lower in FY11. "Ironclad" has begun its worldwide distribution and "The Divide" and "Age of Heroes" have recently been completed. The division acquired two completed films at this year's Sundance Film Festival - Morgan Spurlock's "POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold" and "Knuckle" - and we expect the sequel to one of its franchise films to be announced shortly. Our digital division continues to grow and maintains its market leadership. Sales in FY11 of multi platform programming have continued to be strong and revenues from traditional programme catalogue sales to digital platforms have increased significantly. In particular, we have been pleased with the performance of newly launched multi platform properties like "The Booth" and "Pretty Tough" from our partner, Vuguru, and "The Cut" from the BBC. Sales of existing multi platform properties such as "Valemont" and "Happy Tree Friends" have also remained strong. Following approval earlier today of the Company's change in name, the new branding for the Company is currently being released. Details of the branding will be available on the Company's web-site. Mr John Schmidt, Chief Executive Officer of Content Media Corporation, commented: "As we approach the end of our fiscal year, I am pleased to report that trading has been solid and we expect a similarly positive result to last year. Our television division has done very well this year, with strong library sales and growth in drama. Our digital division has had another year of growth and the recent investment in Spirit digital media and the ongoing Vuguru product are expected to continue that trend. Film sales are holding up, but it continues to be a challenging market sector. We thank our shareholders for approving our name change which will rebrand our business as we integrate our efforts across film, television, and digital sales." - Ends - Enquiries: John Schmidt/Geoff Webb www.contentmediacorp.com ContentFilm PLC Tel: 020 7851 6500 Robert Emmet Throgmorton Street Capital Tel: 020 7070 0973 Philip Secrett/David Hignell//Colin Aaronson Grant Thornton Corporate Finance Tel: 020 7383 5100 Notes on Content Media Corporation plc Content Media Corporation plc ("Content", formerly ContentFilm plc), is a publicly traded, global entertainment media company based in London with offices in Los Angeles, New York and Toronto, which owns and distributes a significant library of film, television and digital assets. Content Film (formerly ContentFilm International), the film sales division, holds the rights to 200 titles and helps producers secure financing, marketing and distribution. The division also acquires top-tier documentaries. Content Television (formerly Fireworks International) is the television sales division, which holds the library rights to 3,200 hours of TV programming and 300 hours of digital content. Content Digital licenses new and existing properties to digital media platforms worldwide, including on-demand, broadband and mobile. In addition, Content owns a significant stake in the following companies: -- Phase 4 Films, a film and home video distributor in the United States and Canada, headquartered in Toronto and run by CEO, Berry Meyerowitz -- Collins Avenue, a television production company based in Los Angeles and run by producer, Jeff Collins. Recent credits include "Fly Girls" on the CW network and "Outrageous Kid Parties" on TLC. Collins Avenue is also in production with two new series, one for Lifetime and another for Animal Planet. -- Spirit Digital Media, a digital studio established by Peter Cowley, former MD of Endemol UK Digital. # # # This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END TSTEALDDFAXFEFF (END) Dow Jones Newswires
topinfo
14/3/2011
11:16
shameless: TOPINFO - 14 Mar'11 - 11:13 - 72618 of 72620 2p CFL EOD at least!
hatetrader
14/3/2011
11:07
hidden profit warning? "Trading in the film division has been steady within a continually challenging market environment. Whilst library revenues have held up well, margins in sales of new films have been lower in FY11."
hatetrader
14/3/2011
11:02
DJ Contentfilm PLC Trading update TIDMCFL RNS Number : 8441C Contentfilm PLC 14 March 2011 Date: 14 March 2011 On behalf of: ContentFilm plc ('the Company', 'the Group' or 'Content') Embargoed until: 11:00hrs Content Media Corporation plc -- Trading Update The Board of Content Media Corporation plc, a pre-eminent owner of media rights supported by strong film, TV and digital sales divisions, today provides shareholders with a trading update. As the Company approaches its year end of 31 March 2011 (FY11), the Company is pleased to report that trading for FY11 across the Group has been solid. Following on from the pleasing results last year, the Company expects to have another similarly positive year with results that will meet management's expectations. Trading in the television division has been strong with library revenues holding up particularly well. Additionally, the Company has had a strong year from its drama offerings which included its returning drama shows "Heartland" and "Republic of Doyle" and its brand new drama, "Thorne". Furthermore the division is pleased to announce that Collins Avenue has recently secured three US broadcast commissions, totalling 15 hours of production in total. Trading in the film division has been steady within a continually challenging market environment. Whilst library revenues have held up well, margins in sales of new films have been lower in FY11. "Ironclad" has begun its worldwide distribution and "The Divide" and "Age of Heroes" have recently been completed. The division acquired two completed films at this year's Sundance Film Festival - Morgan Spurlock's "POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold" and "Knuckle" - and we expect the sequel to one of its franchise films to be announced shortly. Our digital division continues to grow and maintains its market leadership. Sales in FY11 of multi platform programming have continued to be strong and revenues from traditional programme catalogue sales to digital platforms have increased significantly. In particular, we have been pleased with the performance of newly launched multi platform properties like "The Booth" and "Pretty Tough" from our partner, Vuguru, and "The Cut" from the BBC. Sales of existing multi platform properties such as "Valemont" and "Happy Tree Friends" have also remained strong. Following approval earlier today of the Company's change in name, the new branding for the Company is currently being released. Details of the branding will be available on the Company's web-site. Mr John Schmidt, Chief Executive Officer of Content Media Corporation, commented: "As we approach the end of our fiscal year, I am pleased to report that trading has been solid and we expect a similarly positive result to last year. Our television division has done very well this year, with strong library sales and growth in drama. Our digital division has had another year of growth and the recent investment in Spirit digital media and the ongoing Vuguru product are expected to continue that trend. Film sales are holding up, but it continues to be a challenging market sector. We thank our shareholders for approving our name change which will rebrand our business as we integrate our efforts across film, television, and digital sales." - Ends - Enquiries: John Schmidt/Geoff Webb www.contentmediacorp.com ContentFilm PLC Tel: 020 7851 6500 Robert Emmet Throgmorton Street Capital Tel: 020 7070 0973 Philip Secrett/David Hignell//Colin Aaronson Grant Thornton Corporate Finance Tel: 020 7383 5100 Notes on Content Media Corporation plc Content Media Corporation plc ("Content", formerly ContentFilm plc), is a publicly traded, global entertainment media company based in London with offices in Los Angeles, New York and Toronto, which owns and distributes a significant library of film, television and digital assets. Content Film (formerly ContentFilm International), the film sales division, holds the rights to 200 titles and helps producers secure financing, marketing and distribution. The division also acquires top-tier documentaries. Content Television (formerly Fireworks International) is the television sales division, which holds the library rights to 3,200 hours of TV programming and 300 hours of digital content. Content Digital licenses new and existing properties to digital media platforms worldwide, including on-demand, broadband and mobile. In addition, Content owns a significant stake in the following companies: -- Phase 4 Films, a film and home video distributor in the United States and Canada, headquartered in Toronto and run by CEO, Berry Meyerowitz -- Collins Avenue, a television production company based in Los Angeles and run by producer, Jeff Collins. Recent credits include "Fly Girls" on the CW network and "Outrageous Kid Parties" on TLC. Collins Avenue is also in production with two new series, one for Lifetime and another for Animal Planet. -- Spirit Digital Media, a digital studio established by Peter Cowley, former MD of Endemol UK Digital. # # # This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END TSTEALDDFAXFEFF (END) Dow Jones Newswires 14-03-11 1100GMT
topinfo
02/3/2011
21:25
Berlin film festival brochure, gives films in pre- and post-production and those ready to go. Dont forget, Ironclad goes live in UK in 2 days ! http://www.contentfilm.com/common/file.php/pg/localhost74/contentfilm.com/binaries/3061/pdf
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