Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dcd Media LSE:DCD London Ordinary Share GB00BBD7QB75 ORD GBP1.00
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 575.00p 500.00p 650.00p 575.00p 575.00p 575.00p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 8.6 -0.1 1.0 575.0 14.61

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11/12/2017
08:20
Dcd Media Daily Update: Dcd Media is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DCD. The last closing price for Dcd Media was 575p.
Dcd Media has a 4 week average price of 575p and a 12 week average price of 245p.
The 1 year high share price is 650p while the 1 year low share price is currently 245p.
There are currently 2,541,419 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 10 shares. The market capitalisation of Dcd Media is £14,613,159.25.
29/9/2017
11:58
michaelmouse: cgod - post 863 "Here we go, M Mouse eat your heart out, Should be good for divi and growth in share price, in my pension fund it is." LOL. cgod I genuinely wish you well here and hope that they have turned the corner. I could never consider this one investable again though. Just a few thoughts. Why is DCD listed with just 2.38% of shares in free float? Surely it should be in private hands? I don't mind a bit of illiquidity but this is ridiculous with small sells/purchases moving the share price massively in either direction. The bid/offer spread is £1. Buy and you start 33% down. Just don't get it. I haven't looked in detail at the report but it talks about positive cashflows but since the year end cash on the balance sheet has fallen by £900,000. Eh? The market cap. is in excess of £11m to buy. There are micro-caps out there that are offering far better value for money imo. I do wish long suffering PIs all the best though, but I'll never invest here and will leave it at that.
29/9/2017
09:44
cgod: Here we go, M Mouse eat your heart out, Should be good for divi and growth in share price, in my pension fund it is.
24/8/2016
07:41
cgod: Why is the share price recovering?
10/5/2016
10:15
temmujin: very odd share this...dont the directors want to see the share price rise? or why invest in the company?
02/10/2015
07:00
cgod: The more I look at what is going on the more I see it was the plan all along when they did the consolidation, clear out all the small share holders, make the shares untradeable so holding the price down, main share holders loan money for loan notes, Timeweave and Hendersons and Green on conversion hold 93% of the shares, force share holders to sell shares at the price offered, we may get 20 -30% on top of todays price, its a done deal guys, I have emailed Lily at DCD many times over the past 2 days, no answer. No point selling, even if you could, you would be playing into the hands of Timeweave and Hendersons and Green, as I have said its time to buy and push the share price so they have to pay more. I added 1000 yesterday. Good luck all.
01/10/2015
21:19
2trying: Need some reassurance here good people . Looking back to 2007 , when I had 500,000 shares , then the 100 to 1 consolidation ; then I bought a load more ; next consolidation . Crikey , I've got 100 !! Then I buy another 200 . My worry.... Just because a load more shares appear , why would our market cap rocket ? Why are we suddenly more valuable ? A load of paper shares doesn't make our profits increase , nor does increase our assets . Or does it , being debt free ? What if our market cap stays the same ? Then surely the face value share price will fall by around 80% . Again , please reassure me people !
17/9/2015
09:47
petersmith3: PPG - one of the safest aim stocks with 10-bag potential! Plutus has already been awarded management contracts for 5 X 20MW generating sites. Each will cost £5.4 million to construct and are funded by between £3 million and 3.6 million in EIS equity and the balance in project or asset finance debt. Rockpool Investments has managed to raise £17.8 million in EIS funding. I understand that each 20MW site could potentially generate on average £340,000 net annual profit for Plutus, even if only running for 120 hours per annum. So 10 sites (the stated target within 3 years)would be likely to produce £3.2 million in net profit to Plutus, equivalent to 0.43 pence per share. If all 10 are contracted under the Capacity Market, this would add another £1.5 million in net profit (equivalent to a further 0.20 pence per share), making a total of 0.63 pence net profit per share. This is all well and good, but it is already on the cards I understand that this 3 year target of 10 sites will be smashed in the first year. I believe we could be more than double that number of sites by August 2016, in which case we are talking of between 1.5 pence and 2 pence net profit per share. So the price target for the share should be a minimum of 20 pence by August 2016. If this comes about (20 sites plus) the sentiment and probably further institutional investment stakes will ensure that it goes north of 25 pence a share. So this would mean a 2,500 % increase on the current share price.
04/9/2014
20:44
cgod: No one has seen it "T", or looking at it, when the RNSs start to come out you will not be able to pick up any shares at this price. I am in for the big time with this one, every one is missing whats going on, not for the short term profit, this will pay off my house and my kids homes. In at 0.27p, 414000 shares in issue, a high of 69p, 450 million shares in issue or £690 per share. This to me says it all. DCD vows to keep producing 4 September, 2014 | By Matthew Campelli DCD Media has reaffirmed its commitment to production despite agreeing to sell Glasgow-based indie Matchlight and increasing its emphasis on global distribution. Broadcast revealed last week that the executive team at factual producer Matchlight is set to complete a management buyout, while DCD has made no secret of its plans to focus on DCD Rights. It has led some close to the company to question whether it will continue to invest in production, but DCD chief executive David Craven said it “remains committed” to programme-making. Craven highlighted its focus on cultivating London-based production arms September Films and Rize USA, led by head of entertainment Bob Massie and creative director Sheldon Lazarus respectively. He claimed that production at these companies “has never been more active”, pointing to a raft of undisclosed projects that “we can reasonably expect will be greenlit”. September Film’s revival of classic gameshow Celebrity Squares is due to TX on ITV next week, while it is expected that Rize USA’s Liberty Of London will get a second run on Channel 4. In addition, Craven said the group would be making “more funding available for production development”, while confirming that there were 50 projects on its slate receiving “broadcaster engagement”. He said DCD Media was “well positioned” to enhance its production output, adding: “We are continuously scouting for producers interested in developing joint venture arrangements with us, and talented, enthusiastic producers know where to look to develop their businesses.” September Films USA suffered the loss of Bridezillas in September 2013, which led to job losses. DCD spent £100,000 on redundancies last year. But Craven was upbeat about DCD’s US operations, adding: “In the US, we continue to develop both new ideas and our own formats with networks, which we are hopeful will bear fruit in the near future.” Addressing the impending Matchlight sale, Craven said: “The incumbent management team are best placed to take the business forward”. He added: “The board has clearly set out its goal to improve its quality of earnings, so while Matchlight provides revenue to the group, it does not deliver sufficient synergies within DCD Media, nor has it been profitable.” However, he stressed that DCD and Matchlight will retain a longterm distribution relationship. DCD’s sales arm generated total revenues of £5.8m last year, up from £4m in 2012. Production revenues fell by almost £4m to £8m in 2013. DCD moved to reassure investors last week after its share price fell more than 60% in three months.
04/9/2014
08:16
cgod: NEWS NEWS NEWS!! Just out on the net, Broadcast news. raft of undisclosed projects that “we can reasonably expect will be greenlit”. BUY BUY BUY. DCD Media has reaffirmed its commitment to production despite agreeing to sell Glasgow-based indie Matchlight and increasing its emphasis on global distribution. Broadcast revealed last week that the executive team at factual producer Matchlight is set to complete a management buyout, while DCD has made no secret of its plans to focus on DCD Rights. It has led some close to the company to question whether it will continue to invest in production, but DCD chief executive David Craven said it “remains committed” to programme-making. Craven highlighted its focus on cultivating London-based production arms September Films and Rize USA, led by head of entertainment Bob Massie and creative director Sheldon Lazarus respectively. He claimed that production at these companies “has never been more active”, pointing to a raft of undisclosed projects that “we can reasonably expect will be greenlit”. September Film’s revival of classic gameshow Celebrity Squares is due to TX on ITV next week, while it is expected that Rize USA’s Liberty Of London will get a second run on Channel 4. In addition, Craven said the group would be making “more funding available for production development”, while confirming that there were 50 projects on its slate receiving “broadcaster engagement”. He said DCD Media was “well positioned” to enhance its production output, adding: “We are continuously scouting for producers interested in developing joint venture arrangements with us, and talented, enthusiastic producers who know where to look to develop their businesses.” September Films USA suffered the loss of Bridezillas in September 2013, which led to job losses. DCD spent £100,000 on redundancies last year. But Craven was upbeat about DCD’s US operations, adding: “In the US, we continue to develop both new ideas and our own formats with networks, which we are hopeful will bear fruit in the near future.” Addressing the impending Matchlight sale, Craven said: “The incumbent management team are best placed to take the business forward”. He added: “The board has clearly set out its goal to improve its quality of earnings, so while Matchlight provides revenue to the group, it does not deliver sufficient synergies within DCD Media, nor has it been profitable.” However, he stressed that DCD and Matchlight will retain a longterm distribution relationship. DCD’s sales arm generated total revenues of £5.8m last year, up from £4m in 2012. Production revenues fell by almost £4m to £8m in 2013. DCD moved to reassure investors last week after its share price fell more than 60% in three months.
18/10/2012
21:04
2trying: Well - Here we have Digital Classics - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Classics_DVD Hmmm....not exactly "Skyfall" are they ?!! Here we have Classical TV - http://www.classicaltv.com/ Can't say that any of that appeals to me either . So - some questions . 1 - is it good riddence to bad rubbish ? 2 - can a Company sell a division for buttons prior to the strong possibility of another Company taking them over ? 3 - is the company mentioned in point 2 likely to be Timeweave or Mayfair ? 4 - surely Timeweave should have issued a corresponding RNS ? You own a sizeable chunk of a company , which flogs off a division , worth mentioning this to your own shareholders I'd have thought . 5 - if there is a rise in the DCD share price , on no trades , an hour or two before an RNS , has there been a bit of manipulation ? Now , I admit my point 6 (following) is a bit of dreaming . Or desperately clutching at straws ! 6 - is it remotely possible that Mayfair keep the DCD quote ? Dumping the Timeweave quote , shoving all relevant assets into DCD , so that the shares of DCD rocket , thereby rewarding various directors ..... Where did I put my medication ? Incidentally , Simon - I like your last sentence . That's what I'm doing , though I must admit I wish I'd sold at anyhing above 5p and bought back at 2p . Oh well . John !
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