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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
  1.00 8.89% 12.25 12.00 12.50 12.25 11.25 11.25 1,027,372 14:25:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.9 -2.6 -1.1 - 41

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/2/2020
07:30
Cha Ching? So a massive OEM for NAB?
bonio10000
10/2/2020
07:22
What are they trying to say by not saying much?
sideshowbull
10/2/2020
07:04
Hmm interesting RNS Could this push us into the 20s - or do we need the OEM confirmations for that??
geheimnis2
09/2/2020
17:56
RNS this week would be nice if possible please
geheimnis2
09/2/2020
17:51
Go cloud. hTTps://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cnbc.com/amp/2020/02/07/snowflake-valued-at-12point4-billion-as-salesforce-ventures-invests.html
cabi1
07/2/2020
20:24
Or another way of putting it Go Cloud or go Bust
nickb
07/2/2020
19:32
Also a DPP report: The DPP has released a report into the ways in which production companies are using the Cloud. Next Gen Production looks at 10 case studies, ranging from a small digital agency to a Hollywood studio, to monitor a potential paradigm shift in how production companies make and manage their content. The report outlines a number of common themes, such as: Distributed working: companies are using the Cloud so that teams spread around different cities or countries can access the same assets and workflows Amplification: Cloud applications enable small companies to punch above their weight Metadata and AI: production companies increase their effectiveness, and revenue, by using AI analytics deployed in the Cloud to better understand their content and their consumers Security: virtual production has become a key enabler for companies who need to ensure their creative processes take place in a highly secure environment “People have been talking for a decade about how connected and Cloud-led workflows could transform production processes,” said DPP MD Mark Harrison. “We wanted to find out if we have finally got to the point where technological maturity and business need have come together to make such a transformation possible. And the answer is they have. “What is most striking about this incredibly diverse set of use cases is that each is motivated by a drive to be a more effective business. Ultimately these companies are seeking a competitive advantage.” hxxps://www.thedpp.com/
chriscallen
07/2/2020
16:58
The latest win reported by TownNews (3rd February 2020) is interesting because they are selling Blox to a newspaper that is never printed. It's entirely digital. It obviously doesn't have large distribution costs and no print bill so will others follow their example? hxxps://www.70and73.com/site/about.html
chriscallen
07/2/2020
12:13
NickB. Yes.
cabi1
07/2/2020
11:23
Mcsean Do you really think that link is a professional approach to investing and a company building a business?
nickb
07/2/2020
11:21
News flow should be interesting over the next 10 weeks
nickb
07/2/2020
11:20
Cabi Are the 16p’s Buys then?
nickb
07/2/2020
10:49
Lol. Nearly half a million views. Not a bad earner.
bluesbreaker
07/2/2020
10:45
Good link below in case you're tired of waiting for news from BIRD.l https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLOPygVcaVE
mcsean2164
07/2/2020
10:42
Can’t help myself. Just topped up again.
cabi1
07/2/2020
08:46
Amazon could sell Twitch streaming tech - The Information Feb. 6, 2020 1:45 PM ET|About: Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN)|By: Brandy Betz, SA News Editor Amazon (AMZN +0.4%) Web Services is considering selling a service that would be based on Twitch's live-streaming technology but wouldn't bear the Twitch name, according to The Information sources. Amazon purchased Twitch for $970M in 2014. The purchase hasn't resulted in the ad revenue that Amazon expected, which has the tech giant considering other options. https://seekingalpha.com/news/3539349-amazon-sell-twitch-streaming-tech-information
chriscallen
05/2/2020
16:32
If I’m forced to buy a license then the BBC should be forced to license Blackbird or they go to jail💪㈊4;‍✈A039;
nickb
05/2/2020
16:26
On a similar theme of tech dinosaurs is media dinosaur BBC who should have gone Cloud and Blackbird years ago imho Today’s headline “ BBC Needs To Reform Or It Could End Up Like Blockbuster, Says British Government”
nickb
05/2/2020
13:46
"kept them in the dark ages and led to their demise" steam age vs jet age
_m_k
05/2/2020
10:26
What about Sony are they going to partner for their Cloud services? NAB could be interesting this year to see who if anyone does an OEM deal with us.
nickb
05/2/2020
10:12
Big names in their day but software eat them and now it’s all going Cloud I believe😂 Perhaps Not partnering with Forbidden for Cloud technology all those years ago kept them in the dark ages and led to their demise. Will Avid finally partner with us, Adobe?(NAB2020)
nickb
05/2/2020
10:03
Thomson and Grass Valley are names that ring a bell from the past for some reason, can't remember why.
_m_k
05/2/2020
07:27
Interesting find, They definitely need BIRD in the mix to do anything online. Ad Prize The benefits for moving online are younger audiences, subscription fees and a soaring potential for ad sales. Traditional TV outlets in the U.S. may lose as much as $15 billion in advertising revenue to streaming by 2024, according to Bloomberg Intelligence. Bruin may use proceeds from a sale to fund acquisitions. Last month, Deltatre’s parent raised $600 million from CVC Capital Partners and the Jordan Co. to fuel expansion. The deal is part of a wider accord that could ultimately provide Bruin with billions in capital, the firm has said.
sideshowbull
05/2/2020
07:16
Good news or bad? Bruin Sports Capital, seeking to capitalize on the groundswell of streaming in sports and entertainment, is exploring strategic options for its media and technology company Deltatre, including a possible sale, according to people familiar with the matter. Bruin, the sports and entertainment firm run by former Nascar and IMG executive George Pyne, is working with advisers on options that include a sale valuing the company at $1 billion or more, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the matter is private. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-12-11/streaming-unicorn-deltatre-said-to-seek-sale-topping-1-billion
chriscallen
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