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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Asg Media LSE:ASG London Ordinary Share GB00B5KNBL14
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.125p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 4.3 -5,069.4 -14.0 - 0.74

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/9/2009
09:57
Shareholder 'shafting' already well factored into the price after NEO bought up a huge stake earlier this year. So there is some upside here. Guess its cheaper to buy a small company via continuous dilution rather than pay off all the small investors at 2p a share..... personally see it as slightly good news, as it shows there is still life in this dog.
anusol
28/9/2009
09:04
Another VMG. No money. Share holders will get shafted when new shares come to the market. sell notes out on this share.
cgod
28/9/2009
08:56
RNS released. Looking forward to the significant contract wins being announced....! I think the funding will be sorted through NEO, so this is looking good for an upward rise in my opinion. Hold a alrge stake here and hoping my patience will be rewarded!
kish_008
25/9/2009
13:20
I have been in the Touchscreen industry since 1988 designing and manufacturing infra-red but also supplying normal capacitive, SAW and resistive. We had identified a market for 24/7 touch systems for shops in 1989 but the technology, especially the displays were not there. Its the sunshine in the summer thats the problem, with CRT displays at the time only generating 300 cd/m of light they looked like they were turned off in the summer. In early 2000 we managed to get 1400 cd/m LCDs in 15" which could compete with the sunlight and people tried Estate Agents for the 24/7 idea. Customers could search and look at properties even when the shop was shut. But the systems were expensive with the display alone being £2,000. I have been selling the through-glass capacitive systems since 1993 and at last the power of PCs has caught up, as well as the display technology (although sunshine is still an enemy). Multi-touch is the next big thing with Windows 7 supporting it, we are nearly there with a product which is true multitouch.
technotamed
25/9/2009
13:11
ASG is planning to have 30 of these interactive pods/kiosks by the end of year.
technotamed
25/9/2009
12:07
Still 4 vs. 1 and still difficult to buy without going into a queue. Is something about to be released? Tie-up with VMG, some contract news? Here's hoping. Still beleive there is a lot of value to be had here but the company isn't selling themselves to get market attention
kish_008
25/9/2009
11:51
Digital signage, every major retailer is either looking at it, planning a roll-out or is already rolling out. Big names such as Ralph Lauren, Nike, Adidas, Major Banks around the world. Even in Bus shelters and the Firebrigades have them built into vehicles. The list goes on and on.
technotamed
25/9/2009
08:18
Retailers still interested in digital signage.... http://www.retail-week.com/technology/sign-of-the-times-digital-signage/5006613.article
maxprofit2
24/9/2009
12:32
4 vs. 1 - tick up coming
kish_008
24/9/2009
09:59
Can't even buy £500 without going into a queue....
kish_008
24/9/2009
08:13
Id consider adding if the spread wasn't so off-putting. Although I think it'll take a patient year or 2 to see any real material return here on ASG. It'll come though, and probably via someone else taking us on.
anusol
24/9/2009
07:40
rumour that there is a new deal......... VMG Global In Deal With ASG Media http://www.dailydooh.com/archives/16534
maxprofit2
22/9/2009
16:52
I work for Visualplanet and we supply the projected capacitive technology for these kiosks. Our sizes range from 30" up to 116" diagonal and we are very busy producing touchscreens for this massive global market. I have held ASG for nearly 3 years so its great to see this company entering my market of Interactive Signage.
technotamed
21/9/2009
08:45
RNS but it doesnt seem to be of much interest. Is there any value in signng a 2 year deal with abc? Certainly the market doenst think so. If nothing else, at least it shows there is something going on in the ASG offices !
anusol
17/9/2009
19:12
Wow - this should really rocket tomorrow! Remeber, 26% of the shares aren't in public hands and there are some fairly large holders out there (including myself) who have been waiting patiently!! Hope tomorrow is rewarding!
kish_008
17/9/2009
18:10
From another source..... Something fishy going on with the markets when you get a share rise like this just before an announcement, sorry it;s after trading but we can tell you that tomorrow a deal will be announced between abc media and ASG Media in a 2 year deal to link ASG's SPAR TV network with the rest of the retail media opportunities currently available from abc media and / or planmymedia http://www.dailydooh.com/archives/16208
money spinner
17/9/2009
11:48
Take a look at the new website: http://www.asgmedia.plc.uk/
kish_008
17/9/2009
11:25
The dog is kicking i am still 90% down
run rabbit run
15/9/2009
08:51
is this dog dead?
asparks
11/9/2009
16:10
Proposed LED, Bluewater http://www.dailydooh.com/archives/15913
maxprofit2
08/9/2009
21:55
new installation of five giant digital six-sheet pods at Gloucester Quay's Shopping Center. http://digitalsignageexpo.net/IndustryNews/tabid/317/smid/1236/ArticleID/1810/Default.aspx Gloucester Quay's Shopping Center Installs Wayfinding Digital Signage ASG Media, London, recently installed five giant digital six-sheet pods running Acquire's Kiosk Developer software at Gloucester, England's Quays waterside shopping and leisure center. At 78.74 inches in height by 31.5 inches in width and 9.84 inches deep, the double-sided, portrait-oriented pods - manufactured by Esprit Digital and operated by ASG Media - are designed to minimize sightlines while ensuring impact and media presence, according to the company. The pods, using Acquire to display their interactive content, show a mix of advertising and other rich media in order to provide shoppers with a touch-screen enabled digital sign, said the company. The dynamic content featured on the displays was designed and developed by Working Solutions, a digital signage and kiosk solutions provider located in Leicester, England. An interactive mall guide displayed on the pods communicates the mall's products and services, and incorporates a live clock, map and store directory wayfinder. The Acquire software - which is configured by the shopping mall's personnel - also interprets and graphically displays the delivery of live Internet feeds for weather, traffic and shopping mall news, according to the company. Another display feature is the gift card balance reader, which operates in the same way as an ATM so that Gloucester Quays' customers can check their remaining card balances, said the company.
maxprofit2
28/8/2009
08:42
money spinner... email addresses are different so i would assume they are not. .plc.uk and .co.uk
maxprofit2
27/8/2009
18:03
Can anyone tell me if this is in the companies group? http://www.asgmedia.co.uk/
money spinner
20/8/2009
22:27
Looking good to start moving forward hopefully
kish_008
20/8/2009
16:08
hopefully there will be some new contract news very soon..... http://www.dailydooh.com/archives/15235
maxprofit2
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