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Dcd Media Plc LSE:DCD London Ordinary Share GB00BBD7QB75 ORD GBP1.00
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Media 11.33 0.50 18.00 5.6 3
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Posted at 29/1/2023 08:20 by Dcd Media Daily Update
Dcd Media Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DCD. The last closing price for Dcd Media was 100p.
Dcd Media Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 195p while the 1 year low share price is currently 100p.
There are currently 2,541,419 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Dcd Media Plc is £2,541,419.
Posted at 03/9/2021 10:38 by dave4545
There's only 2.31% in issue

Timeweave and Lombard hold 97.69% it's baffling they have not delisted it because there's like about £80-100k's worth of stock out there to trade and you have assume
a couple of people out there must hold the odd 500-1000 share blocks.

I'm guessing the mm's might actually go short when there is buying ?

Posted at 03/9/2021 10:27 by johncasey
DCD Media and its subsidiaries, the independent TV distribution and production group (the "Group"), today report results for the year ended 31 March 2021.

net cash £4.15m!!!....Financial Summary

· Revenue £11.33m (2020: £10.93m)

· Gross profit £2.16m (2020: £2.05m)

· Operating profit £0.50m (2020: loss of £0.15m)

· Adjusted EBITDA £0.62m (2020: £0.40m)

· Adjusted profit before tax £0.45m (2020: £0.18m)

· Net cash £4.15m (2020: £2.74m

Posted at 07/11/2018 11:21 by grosvenor
dont expect so as the ridiculus spread would scare anyone off buying this share
Posted at 07/11/2018 11:14 by grosvenor
I do not expect much interest since only 2% of the shares of DCD are in public hands
Posted at 07/11/2018 11:13 by grosvenor
Just read that a DCD production - Clebrity Squares has been axed by ITV
Posted at 04/9/2018 17:23 by dave4545
Seriously needs to go back to being a penny share and do a 100 for 1 consolidation and be a 5p stock again.
Posted at 01/6/2018 17:01 by 2trying
Well , that's me gone .

DCD announced today , no one seems to know nor care .

So took my pathetic 292 shares and flogged them .
(Losing well over £10,000 in the process ).

I can put the £1,450ish to better use - I hope !!

Knowing my luck DCD will probably 50bag .

Oh well . Anyway , good luck to all .

Posted at 15/3/2018 12:24 by someuwin

DCD Rights signs global deals across factual & factual entertainment portfolio

Independent UK based distributor DCD Rights’ diverse factual and factual entertainment portfolio is proving a hit around the world with new deals signed for Facing The Fire and the third season of Aussie Gold Hunters, as well as the brand new seasons of Bridezillas, Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars, and Mama June: From Not To Hot.

Produced by IMG for UK TV and making its international debut at MIPTV, brand new immersive observational series Facing The Fire has already been secured in a key presale with Discovery for German-speaking Europe. The gripping 18 x 60’ series follows an incredible team of firefighters, using ground-breaking fireproof helmet and body cameras to reveal, from their perspective, the bravery, skill and compassion it takes to be part of England’s biggest and busiest fire services.

The upcoming third season of Electric Pictures’ hit reality series Aussie Gold Hunters, following the tough yet charismatic gold prospectors of the legendary Western Australian Goldfields, has already been renewed at presale by international media company Viasat World for all of its key markets including Russia, CIS, CEE and Nordics. The series will air on its flagship channel Viasat Explore later this year. Aussie Gold Hunters is produced for Discovery APAC.

Following its deal last year to distribute 30 hours of brand new reality content commissioned by AMC Networks’ channel WE tv in the US, DCD Rights has signed a series of deals with Discovery for America’s number one reality show Mama June: From Not To Hot (ThinkFactory Media). Both series one and two, which follow the matriarch from Here Comes Honey Boo Boo as she battles herself, her family and her haters to become the woman she’s always wanted to be, have been secured by Discovery for the UK, Ireland, Benelux, Middle East, Africa, Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia territories. Season one has also been acquired by Discovery for Italy and Latin America, as well as by Telewizja Polsat Poland.

The much-anticipated reboot of iconic reality show Bridezillas – the eleventh season of one of reality TV’s first franchises – has been secured by Nine Network Australia and Medialaan Belgium, while the UK’s ITV has signed season eight (Family Edition) of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars (11 x 60’, ThinkFactory Media for WE tv) for its digital channel ITVBe.

Nicky Davies Williams, CEO at DCD Rights, commented, “With competition for viewers greater than ever before, we’re finding that broadcasters are now always looking for programming that can really define their channel’s style and offering. Whether this is through the innovative and remarkable immersive filming methods as seen in Facing The Fire or the headline-grabbing stars featuring in Mama June and Marriage Boot Camp, the demand for stand-out factual and factual entertainment content continues to be very high around the world.”

Posted at 05/10/2017 14:15 by someuwin
DCD picks up WeTV reality series

UK distributor DCD Rights has acquired the international rights to reality show Mama June: From Not to Hot as part of a wider agreement covering 30 hours of reality content commissioned by US cablenet WeTV.

Mama June: From Hot to Not (8×60’ and 1×30’) is produced by ThinkFactory Media and follows the life of Mama June (June Shannon), who previously appeared in TLC reality show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, following a year in which she lost 100lbs.

DCD has also picked up rights to the latest season of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars (11×60’), also from ThinkFactory, and the reboot of reality show Bridezillas. The former puts couples from reality shows such as 19 Kids & Counting and Mob Wives into a mansion to save their marriage. DCD Rights already distributes the previous six seasons of the show.

The revamp of Bridezillas, originally produced by UK prodco September Films, will be showcased by DCD Rights this autumn, ahead of its return to WeTV in 2018. The wedding-based reality series, which produced spin-off Marriage Boot Camp, follows the lives of engaged women as they prepare for their nuptials.

DCD Rights recently secured sales of its factual series to numerous international networks, and also announced the addition of legal dramas Striking Out and Romper Stomper to its Mipcom scripted slate.

John Elmes


SECTIONS: C21Factual
TAGS: Distribution, Mipcom
GENRES: Reality
SHOWS: Bridezillas, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, Mama June From Not to Hot, Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars
COMPANIES: AMC Networks, DCD Rights, September Films, Thinkfactory Media, WEtv

Posted at 29/9/2017 11:58 by michaelmouse
cgod - post 863

"Here we go, M Mouse eat your heart out, Should be good for divi and growth in share price, in my pension fund it is."

LOL. cgod I genuinely wish you well here and hope that they have turned the corner.

I could never consider this one investable again though.

Just a few thoughts. Why is DCD listed with just 2.38% of shares in free float? Surely it should be in private hands? I don't mind a bit of illiquidity but this is ridiculous with small sells/purchases moving the share price massively in either direction. The bid/offer spread is £1. Buy and you start 33% down. Just don't get it.

I haven't looked in detail at the report but it talks about positive cashflows but since the year end cash on the balance sheet has fallen by £900,000. Eh?

The market cap. is in excess of £11m to buy. There are micro-caps out there that are offering far better value for money imo.

I do wish long suffering PIs all the best though, but I'll never invest here and will leave it at that.

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