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|watching bob dylan....|
We won two awards . Anyone care ?|
|Why is the share price recovering?|
|Yep a shame but warning has been coming.
Somebody took a £1 discount to sell some size but at least it gives them £5k to start
elsewhere and recover losses.|
|So now Green has gone, production closed down, timeweave bought his shares for 90p a share, trading at £2.55p per share. delisting soon. MM was spot on with this one.
Good night all.|
|Whats going on? We are in the blue today, first rise in months, 2500 shares bought. bidding for stock now, is it punting time?|
|Share Prophets @ShareProphets 1m1 minute ago
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|oh dear..last one out turn off the lights|
|Sadly a business for some reason now that cannot make money.
10 years ago it was doing great.
Should delist for starters.|
|27 May 2016
DCD Media plc
("DCD Media" or the "Company")
Notification of Results
Ahead of publishing its results for the year ended 31 December 2015 on 2 June 2016, DCD Media announces the reduction of its production activities to focus on its two key franchises, September Films' 'Penn and Teller: Fool Us in Vegas' currently delivering season two to the CW Network in America, and Rize USA's 'Got What it Takes?', produced for CBBC in the UK.
Results for the year to 31 December 2015 remain in line with directors' expectations. However, following a period of assessment and review, and as a consequence of continuing challenging trading conditions in the production division that have resulted in a poor uptake of other commissions, the directors have decided to cease development activities within that division with immediate effect. As a result, there will be a number of redundancies in the production division.
Additionally, the Board announces that DCD Publishing is being absorbed within DCD Rights and will no longer operate as a separate business within DCD Media. This will allow management to continue its focus on building scale in the distribution and rights division, which continues to increase its turnover and profitability, expanding its catalogue and making some large sales to major international Broadcasters.
Outstanding Management Recharges
As previously announced, certain directors' and accounting services are provided by the Company's parent, Timeweave Ltd ("Timeweave") and recharged to DCD Media in line with previous years. At 31 December 2015, liability for these services amounted to GBP0.4m and a further GBP0.2m of recovered VAT was owed to Timeweave. Management expects that further charges of GBP0.2m will have accrued by 31 December 2016.
While the directors continue to carefully manage cash flows, it is unlikely that these amounts can be settled in the short term and as consequence, DCD Media and Timeweave are looking at ways to formalise the debt. Further information will be released shortly.|
|what award for most consolidations?|
|News on website yesterday - we won two awards - ho hum .|
|very odd share this...dont the directors want to see the share price rise? or why invest in the company?|
|Bought 250 on the back of the new Penn and Teller commission in summer 2016, new presenter. Nice to let us know.|
|Well, I've just noticed there were two bits of news on their
website 29/03/2016 .
Shows none of us is looking !!
Is there any point in copying/pasting ?
Feeling pretty miserable about this share .|
|odd looking chart...flat lining..is she dead?|
|DCD Rights captures first global sales for Real Detective
Independent UK based distributor DCD Rights has secured significant new deals for its much anticipated docudrama Real Detective, ahead of the Cannes debut of the star-studded 8 x 60’ series at MIPTV 2016.
Produced by WAM for Investigation Discovery and featuring a line-up including Michael Madsen (The Hateful Eight) and Devon Sawa (NCIS: Los Angeles), true crime series Real Detective has been acquired by Sony Pictures Television for broadcast on brand new channel ‘True Crime’ in the UK and by Nine Network in Australia.
Nicky Davies Williams, CEO at DCD Rights, commented, “We’re seeing very strong interest from international broadcasters for Real Detective and are delighted to kick off its global journey with these two key deals. There is a huge appetite in the global marketplace for true crime content with a distinctive edge and this series, with its internationally renowned line-up of acting talent and intense dramatized stories based on complex real-life crimes, really encapsulates what is good about this exciting genre.”
Real Detective blends the worlds of true crime documentary and scripted storytelling to deliver an authentic, personal and riveting series. Every detective has a case that pushes them to the brink – a case so intense and personal that it takes hold of them and won’t let go. Each dramatised episode is constructed around one of these real-life crimes, as the detectives, the victims, the mysteries, the emotion, the grit and the imperfectness of it all captivates audiences – because nothing beats a true story.
Also stars Curtis Caravaggio (Continuum), Tahmoh Penikett (Man Of Steel), Zoie Palmer (Lost Girl), Max Martini (Captain Phillips), Brendan Fehr (Longmire) and Ryan Robbins (Apollo 18, The Killing).|
|The only thing I can think of is we lost a market maker, price was removed and the next price came into play. I do not under stand why we are still a listed company?|
|You beat me to it mate !
Why did the price go up twice - no news , no trades ?|
|Why the rise today? No news on the web site for months?|
|DCD Rights distribution ‘How To Murder Your Wife’ wins C21 Drama Award for Best TV Movie
We are very excited to announce that How To Murder Your Wife, a DCD Rights distribution, has won the award for best TV Movie at last night’s C21 Drama Awards. Coming off the back of a triple win at the NYC International Film Festival earlier this year, for best cinematography, best comedy, and best supporting actress in a feature film, we are delighted with the continued success of this program. Congratulations to all that were involved!|