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|PROFIT BEFORE TAX GROWTH OF 29.4% TO €37.4M, GROUP REVENUE GROWTH OF 0.8% Dublin and London 4 March 2016: Independent News & Media PLC (INM) today announces its full year results for the 12 months ended 31 December 2015.
|I'm expecting/hoping for a good interim statement this Friday!
|Price up this morning. Does the market think Denis will sell out?|
|Your usual cheerful self Carlo!!!
The "We Make Media" campaign is designed to reflect the improved service and expanded offering to advertisers and it demonstrates the company’s drive to integrate traditional and online media to improve communication channels with current and potential advertisers, said Lia Bresnihan, head of marketing for Digital.
Ahead of the launch, INM identified three challenges that led to this brand refresh:
- Brand perception
- Demonstration of creativity
- Expansion of advertising offering
“The aim of this campaign is to position INM as a personable, creative, and agile brand that collaborates with marketeers to create successful bespoke advertising campaigns," she said.
"In today’s hyper-transparent, global, cross-platform and social world, a brand is a very difficult thing to control and what people say about your business is a key factor of your brand.
The advertising campaign, which launched this week and includes several media firsts, will run across print, digital, social media, and includes an extensive content marketing strategy.|
|Easy to increase when it is currently ZERO!!!!!|
|Cut costs, conserve cash, build warchest, increase dividend!|
|INM says purchase of TV3 would be 'unlikely'
John Mulligan Twitter
08/06/2015 | 02:30
A spokesman for INM, which owns titles including the 'Irish Independent', said that while the media group is in a position to size up acquisitions, any discussions with TV3 are "highly unlikely".
INM chairman Leslie Buckley said after the company's annual general meeting last week that the company is now in a position to invest in acquisitions.
But while the group will be keeping an eye out for possible acquisitions, nothing is immediately on the horizon.
"INM is not looking at anyone in the media space at this time," said an INM spokesman. He added that the group is more interested in targeting possible future acquisitions in digital media or online business in Ireland, Britain or Europe.
Mr Buckley has called for consolidation in the newspaper industry in areas such as distribution, IT and printing while maintaining editorial integrity, adding that newspapers are competing with other media such as online.|
|Interesting times ahead so?
|Dublin/London 27 May, 2015: Independent News & Media PLC (INM ID, INM LN) announces that the second tranche of the sale of the Group's remaining shareholding in APN News & Media (comprising 104,859,000 APN Shares at a sale price of A$0.88 per APN Share) has now completed.
The Group has also, in accordance with its previously stated intentions, applied substantially all of the net proceeds of the sale to the repayment of debt, thereby releasing INM from restrictions on its activities (in terms of financial covenants, capital expenditure, acquisitions, share issuance, share buybacks, dividends and distributions) that prevailed under the terms of the debt facilities put in place in 2013.|
|Next results will show debt free balance sheet, and presumably
news on further expansion of their 45% gains in DigiMedia, and
the acquisition strategy they will be free to embark upon.
This is the only dividend paying share price on the ISEQ coming off the bottom,
all the others are busy breaking their top. One for the value ssekers.|
|Independent News & Media
Independent of debt: excellent prospects for free cash flow generation should lead to stock re-rating
May 15 2015
The outlook for Independent News & Media (INM) has improved. It is now an ‘island of Ireland’ business with a transformed balance sheet following the sale of its stake in APN. This transaction ends a period of restructuring for the group. INM can now focus on growing its earnings, generating free cash flow and using this free cash flow to either pursue acquisition targets or potentially look to return cash to shareholders. On the basis of our revised earnings forecasts, we see good potential for the stock. We set a new 12-month price target of 29.5c.|
|Editorial graduate Program at INM
The programme involves:
Structured three-month skills development training.
Nine-months on-the-job rotation across INM’s cross-platform editorial hubs.
Individual learning plans to focus on the cross-platform newsroom, tailored to personal skills developmental requirements and experience.
Mentors will be aligned with each graduate, to provide ongoing support, feedback and personal development.
Applicants from all disciplines and backgrounds are encouraged to apply – the only prerequisite is a passion and interest for the media industry, and a willingness to deliver high quality work against tight deadlines, to regularly support the breaking of exclusive stories and to take on many challenges. Applicants should possess excellent written and verbal skills; and an understanding in desktop, digital media and social media tools.
This is a paid graduate programme offering a competitive salary.
Applications should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 15 May, 2015, and include:
CV and cover letter telling INM about you and your reason for applying for the programme.
Sample of current work, either in print or multimedia, published or unpublished.
Shortlisted applicants will then be invited to an Assessment Centre in early June 2015. This graduate programme will commence July 2015.|
|Does GORilla think he should still be CEO of this company?
|Sour Californian grapes?|
|Interesting to see in due course how many acquisitions have been incubating|
|Shareholders in Independent News & Media voted overwhelmingly in favour of selling the publisher’s shareholding in Australian media company APN.
Sharesholders met in Dublin this morning to discuss the sale which was announced last month.
Independent News & Media, which owns this website, said it plans to clear all debt after selling the 18.6pc stake in APN for around €121.3m.
INM will have somewhere between €20m and €25m left after the sale to spend on new acquisitions, it is understood.
The Rupert Murdoch-controlled News Corp will buy some of INM's stake in APN following the deal.|
|EGM passes the sale down under.|
|IMF predicts even further growth for Ireland today
|Yes...and now we can expect some further freedoms as a result
of paying down the debt.....what acquisitions have they in mind
to accelerate their digital strategy?|
|Nice to see the share price "inching" ahead!|
|Block of 55m shares traded at 19c at 12.23 today|