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BIRD Blackbird Plc

-0.10 (-1.74%)
16 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blackbird Plc LSE:BIRD London Ordinary Share GB0004740477 ORD 0.8P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10 -1.74% 5.65 5.40 5.90 5.75 5.65 5.75 214,424 09:36:30
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Computer Programming Service 2.85M -1.92M -0.0050 -11.30 21.87M
Blackbird Plc is listed in the Computer Programming Service sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BIRD. The last closing price for Blackbird was 5.75p. Over the last year, Blackbird shares have traded in a share price range of 5.25p to 14.50p.

Blackbird currently has 387,077,188 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Blackbird is £21.87 million. Blackbird has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -11.30.

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‘I do sometimes fear that things are moving faster than we believe.’


Have been trying to tell you all that!

None of this lets amble along building a business over the next 3 years 😂

Also it's important not to forget the significance of the player as and when it is integrated with the editor. It will collect data and data is a bigger market than the $20b creator tools market. We don't know the specifics beyond that Blackbird will be able to share enhanced creator monetisation and enable data collection on viewer preferences and viewing habits. Whether this will be charged directly to the creator or a compelling means of driving creators to use elevate is unknown at this stage.
@cyberbub ... i worry not just about us investors here, but other applications and the general jobs market in the near future!

i hope we get bought out before this brave new world occurs!

No people want genuine, pure, and real content. Have you ever played a computer game and used a cheat mode? Good for an hour, but then complete lack of boredom. AI is good and will assist to a degree, but the majority want authenticity.
I think that as the amount of AI content increases people will increasingly value the stuff that is genuine, original and has value.

AI will enable the best creators to create more content, more polished, more professional. I think it's an equalizer bringing pro levels of content creation to individuals. More of a decentralising power approach.

Just look at things like balancing sound or adding sub titles, or overlaying lower thirds, or optimising colour. Those things used to get done manually and used to take up a lot of time and require a whole team of people.

It was only available at pro level.

Now those things can be done in a few clicks using AI tools.

The more generic AI out there the more there will be a thirst for genuine, original, engaging, entertaining content that is different to the mainstream.

So in short....I think it's a good thing. Empowering the masses to do the stuff that until recently was only available to a limited few.

Is anyone worried about AI stories like this? I do sometimes fear that things are moving faster than we believe... Is there a risk that within not very many years there may be no real need for human video editing and collaboration at all? If you can type a complex plot into an AI and get a fully fledged almost-real movie produced, and you can edit it by just typing a few commands, will Elevate (and many other tools) be redundant??
The website has moved on some way since I last looked at it. It's now clear and concise on the benefits of using the software:
Review & Approve
Media Management

If Elevate is very successful (and we should know within 6-9 months whether it's going to be a blockbuster) then 22p will be easily surpassed in due course IMO. Nevertheless I would tend to agree that if you're that confident Salmon, it's definitely worth you averaging down while you still can at 7p. Unless you've got so many at 22p that you can't meaningfully average down... Good luck anyway.
Something fishy there. Sorry couldn't resist.Consider averaging down Salmon as that's a long way to go to break even. May never get to that price
Let's hope you do too!!

Let’s hope you feel that way in a couple of months time, salmon!
In 50 years of equity investing I have never found a share with what I believe to be as much upside potential as Blackbird.
Looking at the current share price I should, perhaps on the face of it, be concerned since my average cost is 22p, but the fact is that I am excited and I am not concerned at all.

We have 29 upticks in the header
and 1 down tick(what is that about)? it's a BB we have no control over BIRD.

You all know my feelings about BIRD.

Have my shares in ISA and even CTF.

I do not trade BIRD - in for the long haul -which may be a very short haul soon- and happy to be.

No advice,


Well after so much boredom and frustration - we should at last be moving into an exciting phase for the company?
Nick, that's why they will be going down the route of partnerships as confirmed by either Mo Valens or Sumit Rai when asked the question. I understand it was a one-word answer but an emphatic 'yes' nonetheless.

The stated objective is to gain traction in the market with existing cash and if a takeover comes it comes, if not, a product with market traction and the best technology equates to a substantially higher share price - takeover or no takeover. I do agree with you that there will be a takeover but my perspective is that it's not likely to be imminent as in the next couple of months. Anyway, we have covered all that ad nauseam.


As you know
elevate is a product Blackbird 10 is a technology

It’s the technology that has arrived to enable scaling but it needed a product to demonstrate it and monetise it.

Very important milestone has now arrived

However the opportunity is too big for us on our own.

Interesting problem, can Ian solve it?

It can be a bit of a mugs game making predictions but I'm not afraid of mug status so I'd say the share price can quite easily hit 20p in April if (and only if) the seller is out. On that point surely there should have been a TR1. Momentum with the product launch and the end of any overhang could quite easily take it to 20p. The market does look forward to some extent and the product is in a sector with a massive buzz to it at present. I suspect there will be a fair bit of newsflow on partnerships and early metrics as well.
"it’s the technology reaching a point of scale rather than niche."

On that point SS said Blackbird codec 10 (patent filed in April last year) hasn't been needed for the Enterprise side of the business as yet but that it would be used for the 'new product'. I don't think elevate had been named then,

I don't know what advances codec 10 brings, but I expect the patent filing gives full details for the tech-minded. It confirms elevate will be Blackbird's most technologically advanced product which, in turn, implies it will lead the way with regard to competition.

SS also said EVS get access to all the technological advances, not sure if they will need it in line with SS's comments about Enterprise not needing codec 9 with codec 10 needed for scale, but as things advance you never know.

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