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One Media LSE:OMIP London Ordinary Share GB00B1DRDZ07 ORD 0.5P
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  +0.00p +0.00% 2.75p 2.50p 3.00p 2.75p 2.75p 2.75p 0 07:40:39
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Media 2.0 0.0 0.1 30.6 1.95

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One Media Daily Update: One Media is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OMIP. The last closing price for One Media was 2.75p.
One Media has a 4 week average price of 2.25p and a 12 week average price of 2.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.25p.
There are currently 71,053,698 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,100 shares. The market capitalisation of One Media is £1,953,976.70.
harrogate: It would be fair to say that over the last 2 years or so the story of OMIP has been a lot of "not what they expected" Key issue here is that the business model means that revenues are declining and the focus on Men & Motors won't plug the gap. We have cash so not going to go bust but we are the walking dead as far as the share price is concerned. I suspect it remains a fun company to work in and for but not a fun company to be a shareholder in.
larrylight: Risers & fallers: Avanti Communications, San Leon Energy, Osirium Technologies, Bellzone Mining, Alexander Mining Share 11:12 26 Aug 2016 Here we put the spotlight on Friday's market movers A long awaited oil deal is drawing to a close - sending San Leon higher Below are some of the main news-driven share price changes at 11am Risers Avanti Communications Plc (LON:AVN), up 12% to 39.5p. The stock that rose earlier this month on takeover talk was rising again on Friday. Industrial Multi Property Trust (LON:IMPT), up 12% to 175p. Interim results revealed a rise in asset value, narrowing losses and better occupancy. Osirium Technologies Plc (LON:OSI), up 12% to 193.5p. The cyber security firm landed a contract to provide an asset management group with its full suite of products for some 3,000 devices. It is a three year deal that will add a material financial contribution in 2016, it said. Fallers Ferrum Crescent Ltd (LON:FCR), down 7.5% to 0.25p. The mining sector junior announced an issue of equity from the exercise of options – 44.6mln shares with trigger price of 0.165p – which follow on from a share placing executed earlier this year. North River Resources Plc (LON:NRRP), down 6.9% to 13.5p. It releases a project update on its operations at the Namib lead & zinc asset, in Namibia. Bellzone Mining Plc (LON:BZM), down 6.5% to 0.215p. The mining sector junior gave back some of Thursday’s gains, which were triggered by a positive update on the group’s ferronickel study results. Below are some of the main news-driven share price changes at 9:00am Risers San Leon Energy Plc (LON:SLE), up 67% to 48.5p. The oiler’s shares resumed trading after a near eight month suspension on AIM. It comes as the group unveiled details of a £170mln share placing which takes it closer to sealing its long awaited Nigerian oil acquisition. Alexander Mining Plc (LON:AXM), up 25% to 0.22p. The mining sector junior added to gains from Thursday, when the group announced a licence agreement with Accudo Metals for projects in Australia. One Media IP Group Plc (LON:OMIP), up 17% to 3.5p. Investor eyes are seemingly smiling on the media group which on Wednesday announced a deal to acquire 1,100 Irish folk and Celtic music original recordings – it comes after eight years of marketing the songs on a shared royalty basis. Fallers AstraZeneca Plc (LON:AZN), down 1.3% to 4,943p. Share price weakness among drug makers continued through Friday, amid caution following renewed scrutiny from US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton this week. Concurrent Technologies Plc (LON:CNC), down 4% to 62p. The outlook statement in Friday’s interim results reads positively enough, though the figures themselves seemingly showed a flat performance. Strategic Minerals PLC (LON:SML), down 9% to 0.24p. The move lower follows the release of a quarterly update on Thursday afternoon.
glasshalfull: I added a few shares recently as OMIP were only on an EV of £1.6million at the time. Share price back to the level of 2011 following the disruption caused via the current streaming model. To place this in context, Points Classics was acquired for $1.6m in 2014 not to mention the value of their library of over 250,000 music tracks & 10,000 hours of video. In other words, I see considerable value at the current price notwithstanding current headwinds. There are a couple of potential catalysts that may prove lucrative in the short to medium term, as mentioned in the results statement. TCAT would appear to open up a number of possibilities for OMIP while the results RNS spoke of opportunities surrounding Men & Motors. Looks like I'm not alone in adding. Hargreave Hale has just RNS'd that their holding has moved above 5%....up to 8.8%. Hopefully we've reached a nadir & can look forward to some positive newsflow during coming months. Regards GHF
harrogate: It really is time for them to change strategy here. I can see no evidence that they can continue the investment in content with any certainty that there will be an adequate return. I believe they need to cut costs significantly as I have been saying for a while and increase the dividend massively to turn themselves into a sort of annuity that might attract income investors and so get the share price up. I suspect that this won't happen as I think it is now run as a lifestyle business for the employees - which is great for them as it looks a fun place to work but holds out little hope for us shareholders. If that is not done then MI should look to sell the content if it is worth more than the market cap as has been said a few times. Doing the same gets you the same I am afraid
the shuffle man: Seems there is some history between the 2 groups ! Read the update at the end of the article. Getting very frustrated with the continued weakness in the share price and lack of any positive news. One Media wins copyright infringement case One Media has won a lawsuit against Henry Hadaway, HHO Licensing Ltd and Henry Hadaway Organisation Ltd, in what was ruled as "wilful copyright infringement" of One Media iP's exclusive copyrights into the Point Classics catalogue. On September 17, 2015 the Federal Court in Nashville Tennessee issued a judgment for the sum of $781,846.32, which includes costs of $9,928.82 in favour of One Media iP Ltd against the HHO entities and Henry Hadaway personally for the wilful infringement of 1,466 recordings from the Point Classics catalogue owned exclusively by One Media. The catalogue includes over 4,000 recordings, which are widely used (under strict license) for digital, physical and sync purposes. ?Point Classics operates a digital web site for music supervisors and licensees alike whereby the content is regularly exploited on a B2B basis. Said One Media CEO Michael Infante: "We are pleased that the Federal Court in Nashville Tennessee has recognised our exclusive ownership into these recordings and the wilful infringement made by the Hadaway Defendants. This sends a strong message to those who believe that exploiting our content in foreign territories will go unchallenged. The music industry is only as good as its content and its ability to monetise it and we will strongly defend our music assets whereby we see them being flagrantly infringed”. Update: Following the publication of this article HHO Licensing Ltd responded with this statement: HHO points out that HHO Licensing had been in liquidation since 2001 until 2008 when it was dissolved. Henry Hadaway Organisation Ltd and Henry Hadaway did not defend the claim on the advice of their lawyers. As the case was presented in Nashville, HHO challenged One Media to bring proceedings to the UK where both companies are registered. Henry Hadaway and HHO refute the judgement of the Nashville courts, besides the Nashville courts don't have a jurisdiction over a foreign company that doesn't trade in the state of Tennessee. HHO maintains that none of the HHO entities have licensed or sold digital rights to the Point Classics Catalogue to S.A.A.R. or any other third parties. “This was a very silly claim," said Norbert Toth, international licensing manager at HHO. "One Media knew full well that neither Henry Hadaway nor any HHO company had anything to do with this case. Not only did Mr Hadaway tell them this, but so too did SAAR and Believe. But One Media insisted on suing Mr Hadaway personally in Tennessee presumably to try to embarrass him as he had embarrassed them last year when HHO caught them infringing its copyrights in a number of musical films. Mr Hadaway did not take any part in the Tennessee proceedings on legal advice. The Judgment is not binding in the UK and we very much look forward to One Media bringing an action here so that Mr Hadaway can defend himself and prove what a nonsense this claim is.”
harrogate: I think this is pretty much what was flagged by the reduced broker estimates and what has been signalled by management and what we can all see happening from the market. The issue is why would anyone buy these shares and thus why is the price going to go anyway but down? There is no real yield and a warning on margins - so we are ex growth and have no yield. Management have been hit by a bit of a firestorm and that happens sometimes but it is clear to me anyway that the old expectations on earnings are long gone as is a 15p share price. I still believe that management need to massively increase the dividend and turn this into a yield stock. They can do deals without dilution as long as not with shares - they have £1m - maybe small infill deals with a speedy monetisation will enhance earnings It is going to be a very long haul from here unfortunately.
microscope: Maybe to do with the Point Classics payments? Don't know, but I'd have thought the share price discounted these results, though still somebody choosing to sell. They're not great numbers but as ever solid and profitable with no debt, divvy maintained and plenty cash. Nothing goes up in a straight line and the higher tax payment has contributed to the slight fall off in the bottom line, but I'm content to hold (and frankly accumulate when I can at these levels) as I've always seen this as a long term project and as Michael says, in 18 months the 3 month Apple trial period will be seen as small fry.
harrogate: M1 - I know very much what the company does - I have held the shares for over 4 years. Yes I am suggesting that the best result for shareholders might be to sell all the catalogues and return the money to the shareholders ( or sell the company) if that would produce a value above where we are unless management are confident that they can grow profits and s get the share price up. Or turn it into an income share based on the solid royalty rates and get the dividend increased significantly.
harrogate: M1Shake thanks for the science lesson as a classicist it is much needed!! - I am afraid that just because other companies in a similar area have lost high % of value for their shareholders doesn't make me feel better about the 50% I have lost here. I can fully appreciate that the market is changing rapidly and that management are not magicians with a magic wand and that OMIP is a well run and conservative company that has amassed a fine catalogue. BUT we seem to be struggling to grow profits and until we see how that can be done I am not sure why the share price will move. Let's hope the powder isn't kept dry for ever as if the company can't work out what to do with the cash it should perhaps look to return it to the shareholders and maybe even look to sell all the IP.
cheshire man: FB One Media iP 4 hrs · Letter form a Shareholder (his name removed under data protection) Dear Sir Thank you for the email. We are keen to make acquisitions but not at a ridiculous cost to shareholders. You may be/or not aware that I hold 36% of the shares currently, so I will especially not want to see senseless dilution. Market forces are a strange thing however, and it will be 'sods law' that a deal that involves a placing comes at at time when share price is low (as is now) The dilemma always is whether or not the diluted effect offsets the acquisitive gain? This I am sure we could discuss for hours but is always a great subject of hindsight! best wishes Michael ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: OMIP SHareholder Date: 26 April 2015 at 11:28 Subject: Investor question - FAO Michael Infante To: Hi Michael, As a current shareholder I have a question ref your reference to future funding of acquisitions. You have mentioned on a number of occasions utilising ‘AIM currency’ when the opportunity arises. Can you assure me that, when the time arrises, any placing will not be done at a major discount to the many stock flipping establishments that seem to plague AIM. Want to continue to buy the stock as I see it as a fantastic long-term investment (especially at this price!) however, this is playing on my mind. Regards, A Shareholder
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