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
  0.25 2.5% 10.25 10.00 10.50 10.50 10.00 10.00 296,594 08:47:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.9 -2.6 -1.1 - 34

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17/2/2020
08:12
Max offer 25k @ 17.90p Must a delayed biggy in pipes. Woooooosh BWTFDIK
sideshowbull
16/2/2020
22:57
i think Ian has his sights set a bit higher then Gfin. Gfin will be dead soon
sickness
16/2/2020
22:00
NickBThanks for the reply.Higher than the current share price for sure, that ain't a bad start.I think IM will/is a good negotiator, we will just have to see.
astralvision
16/2/2020
20:19
“Faster publishing of live events to social media and better overall use of the video content we produce is vital for us. Blackbird fills a gap in capabilities that we had been looking to solve. For the first time Gfinity is also able to make use of archived footage and monetise it.” Paul Kent Chief Operating Officer Gfinity hTTps://www.blackbird.video/case-study/esports-leader-gfinity-increases-fan-engagement-and-content-monetization-with-blackbird/ hTTps://www.blackbird.video/news-articles/gfinity-extends-blackbird-partnership-for-the-delivery-of-esports-clips-and-highlights/
cabi1
16/2/2020
20:00
Are we still still GFIN cloud editor ? See some promoting GFIN. Without BIRD where are they, if they still need us that is? IMO BWTFDIK
sideshowbull
16/2/2020
19:03
Astralvision The problem I/we have i believe is that we need more detail / guidance on any big OEM deal/s I guess it’s all in the negotiation as to the $ On this I’m also scared to predict and speculate here as it could be significantly big in theory but without detail and colour how do we value at $ level? Other than I think the share price should be higher than 18p 😂
nickb
16/2/2020
18:38
I know you guys are close observers of all things BIRD, to put it mildly.Would appreciate any comments on the following:From the Vox interview IM is saying we are looking for news re deals with big OEM , that we've built relationships at the highest level, we are the worlds most powerful (only?) cloud editor and we are looking to incorporate the tech as part of a tech stack and sold on a much wider scale.I hope I've paraphrased correctly.Given the above,how do you see BIRD being compensated by said big OEMs and at what level. Eg one off fee, yearly licence, pay per use. At how about £'s.It occurs to me a yearly licence fee of say, £5m or £10m ain't stupid? Almost pure profit, rate that at x30 and there's your £1 share price just for starters. Does any of that make sense and/or how do you see it?
astralvision
16/2/2020
18:37
Sickness I would see the likes of NEP more as a reseller partner (like a post house) than an OEM. Beginning to think OEM is a vague term!
nickb
16/2/2020
17:48
The lacking news on Blackbird player is where I think we might see something. I am too scared to even speculate as what I have in my head my thoughts, would make us all very wealthy, and that would be considered pumping (which I despise). From another angle if we land Olympics deal we will see a nice boost too IMO IMO BWTFDIK
sideshowbull
16/2/2020
17:04
Invest360. Possibly. I would imagine Blackbird will also be a great selling point, because of the Coronavirus threat. Editing can be done remotely, so companies don’t have to send large numbers of people around the globe.
cabi1
16/2/2020
16:58
In his Vox interview he made mention of not having to send planes full of people to places like Rio or Japan. Does that point to a deal for the Olympics?
invest360
16/2/2020
15:57
I think you should consider the likes of OB companies like NEP and CTV. These are the companies that ultimately supply BT and sky and NEP already use blackbird for the golf open.
sickness
16/2/2020
15:38
Cabi BT Sport is on my list Andy Beale is a follower of Blackbird
nickb
16/2/2020
15:34
Maybe the Japanese Telco? Or was that now, with hindsight, an effective proof of concept?
bonio10000
16/2/2020
14:26
Do we think BT could be one of the telcos?
cabi1
16/2/2020
12:17
I think the word that applies is transformative.
chriscallen
16/2/2020
12:08
That’s right. Makes it difficult to value at the moment because certain OEM deals can blow this out of the water. Going to have to wait for the announcements and some guidance from the company.
nickb
16/2/2020
10:56
Google etc are OEMs, clearly. They are the ‘juggernaut OEMs’ and probably BIRD’s ultimate end-goal. But a lower order, tho nevertheless ‘serious’; OEM deal would scale sales by a factor of 10-100. A ‘juggernaut OEM’ tie-up would scale sales by a factor of 1,000. So let’s not be too disappointed if we don’t get the whale in the first announcements. Let’s not forget that Blackbird is a Tidler. Any proper OEM tie-up with a large company like a telco (as IM has alluded to) would create a seismic shift in BIRD’s scale.
invest360
15/2/2020
20:20
Geh Interesting point Well you could make a case that they do count as OEM’s I suppose. Blackbird has to go into their product? So need more information!
nickb
15/2/2020
18:43
Somehow I missed the vox markets interview of a few weeks ago, cracking interview and BIRD surely set fair for a very good 2020.It's tempting me to top up!
astralvision
15/2/2020
18:36
I would have said GOOG, Azure, AWS but I don’t think they count as OEMs?
geheimnis2
15/2/2020
16:39
Although I would not have said the above are necessarily on the typical NAB News cycle. Any thoughts?
nickb
15/2/2020
16:37
Telco BT Sport? Verizon? Comcast? Mystery Japanese Telco mentioned a long time ago?
nickb
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