Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Independent News & Media Plc LSE:INM London Ordinary Share IE00B59HWB19 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.006 € -5.80% 0.0975 € 0.09 € 0.105 € - - - 0 07:46:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 191.0 10.3 0.7 13.9 135

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24/2/2014
09:21
The Australians have it upside down...according to the Irish Times. http://www.irishtimes.com/business/sectors/media-and-marketing/australians-in-little-doubt-on-o-brien-control-of-inm-1.1702155
caveat_emptor
21/2/2014
09:06
Presumably, the INDO's stake is now worth the same although 10% less
caveat_emptor
20/2/2014
08:02
YESTERDAY'S announcement of the 2013 results of our parent company APN News and Media shows that we as a group are performing well with a 10% increase in net profit overall. Many perhaps do not realise that APN's operations not only include 10 daily regional newspapers in Queensland and northern New South Wales - along with some 50 non-daily and community titles - but also radio and outdoor advertising businesses. But what is most important about this strong result it that it shows regional communities still value their local media outlets, both from a readership and an advertising perspective. There has been a lot of talk in recent years about the future of print newspapers, but it is clear that in this and other regional centres the print product is alive and well. Obviously we have on online and Facebook presence, but printed newspapers are still the primary outlet for news and advertising. Thank you once again to our readers and advertisers for your strong support.
caveat_emptor
20/2/2014
07:56
http://www.irishtimes.com/business/sectors/media-and-marketing/inm-to-reduce-stake-in-apn-to-18-6-1.1697092 If he buys the indo Stake he will have 31% of APN?
caveat_emptor
19/2/2014
11:15
Nice to see a really good strategy unfold...... http://www.independent.ie/business/businessman-denis-obrien-increasing-his-stake-in-australias-apn-to-11pc-30022039.html
caveat_emptor
19/2/2014
10:29
Looks a fair deal down under. wonder if DOB will participate down there...back door into radio... Suits his investment strategy?
caveat_emptor
19/2/2014
10:23
http://www.investegate.co.uk/indept--news---media/inm/2013-full-year-results/201402190700103829A/?fe=1&utm_source=FE%20Investegate%20Alerts&utm_medium=Email&utm_content=Announcement%20Alert%20Mail&utm_campaign=Indept.%20News%20&%20Media%20Alert
caveat_emptor
18/2/2014
09:28
INK on your fingers and the daily news with breakfast will be a part of life in regional Australia for many years to come. That's the good news we're getting straight from our readers. Figures released this month by Enhanced Media Metrics Australia (emma) show print media - especially in a regional setting - is alive and well. In fact, it is thriving and looking to a bright future. A total of 75% of regional Australian residents have read a newspaper in the past week. For APN Australian Regional Media (APN-ARM), the Sunshine Coast Daily's parent company, 77% of people living within the company's footprint picked up a paper last week. Encouragingly, 76% of APN-ARM readers believe local newspapers will continue being important into the future. APN-ARM reaches 1.3million people across its network every week. APN-ARM chief executive Neil Monaghan said that number alone spelled good news for regional newspapers, their audiences and clients. "It demonstrates that strong local content, produced by local teams continues to attract a strong audience," he said. The new audience and readership metrics represent a new dawn for newspaper consumption analysis. For companies such as APN-ARM, it is a truer indication of total product audience across all platforms. APN-ARM Insights manager, Meagan Quinlivan said emma was designed to be a dynamic and fluid metric, with the ability to quickly adapt to the industry's fast pace of change and transition. "It is a completely new way of measuring newspaper readership and audience," she said. "The encouraging news for newspapers and magazines - certainly for APN-ARM - is that we will have the ability to measure consumption across all print and online platforms." Ms Quinlivan also said APN-ARM's regional disposition meant there were certain specific and bespoke factors which needed to be accounted for in this initial results release, following the transition from the previous measurement. THE FACTS 77% of residents have read a newspaper in the past week APN-ARM reaches more than 1.3million unique audience members each week 73% of readers agree local newspapers are their main source of information about what is going on in their areas 76% of readers believe local newspapers will be important in the future 68% of readers would miss their local newspaper if it wasn't available 81% of readers agree they try to shop locally Source: emma, conducted by Ipsos MediaCT, People aged 14+ in APN-ARM Regions, Period ending October 2013 APN-ARM monthly aggregate audience figure, as developed with Nielsen November 2012. More at www.apnarm.com.au/audience More information also at www.emma.com.au
caveat_emptor
18/2/2014
07:19
Hi Caveat..........what do you mean?
carlo sartori
26/1/2014
07:59
Subediting and production back in house.
caveat_emptor
18/1/2014
08:05
Independent News & Media is expected to announce cutbacks at its Irish publishing operations shortly. The company is due to hold a board meeting next week, at which its cost-cutting targets for 2014 will be discussed, it is understood. INM chief executive Vincent Crowley signalled before Christmas that the media group was examining a fresh round of cost-savings and that this would include a mixture of redundancies and productivity gains. "Inevitably there are some headcount reductions that will arise," he said. Subeditors employed by Real-time Editing & Design (RE&D), to which INM outsourced certain production functions in 2007, have been asked by their chief executive Terry Kavanagh to attend a meeting next Thursday for an update on changes to its Dublin operation. INM last year merged some of the editorial operations of the Irish Independent, the Sunday Independent and the Evening Herald at its headquarters on Talbot Street in Dublin, with a view to yielding cost savings.
caveat_emptor
15/1/2014
11:56
Yes, and if the strategy is what it is, it should be visible down under end feb
caveat_emptor
15/1/2014
09:04
Lets hope the rise continues into 2014 Caveat. I think that the first interim statement provided by INM (post restructure) if positive, may well be supportive of a jump in share price Carlo
carlo sartori
14/1/2014
14:27
good call Carlo....
caveat_emptor
13/1/2014
17:30
I would credit him with being the only independent financial analyst voice in print in Ireland, but I would prefer that his articles say he owns no shares in the companies he writes about, for obvious reasons.
caveat_emptor
13/1/2014
17:30
You used the word TIP which is exactly what the Regulator got the magazine to say every week that he is not doing...... An Irish solution to an Irish tipster...?
caveat_emptor
13/1/2014
09:33
The reason I asked is that in one issue in c.June 2013 the two companies covered/tipped were Ormonde Mining and INM and I noticed you are also a contributor to the Ormonde Mining Board! I have found MoneyBags to be correct / incorrect in equal measure when it comes to tipping, however I do think that some of the articles are thought provoking and look at things from "different" angles. Carlo
carlo sartori
13/1/2014
07:26
I do.cum grano sails, as it is never clear whether or not he trades the shares he writes about.
caveat_emptor
12/1/2014
17:40
Hi Caveat, Do you read Moneybags in The Phoenix magazine?
carlo sartori
07/1/2014
14:11
Has been a nice positive start to 2014 for INM...............lets hope the trend continues? Carlo.
carlo sartori
31/12/2013
08:57
WE have´nt see any announcement of the adjustment of DOB´s shares back to 29% etc. We have seen the Total Voting Rights this morning and the Dessie total last week. Is this morning´s rns sort of "cart before the horse"
caveat_emptor
20/12/2013
11:24
Bang on Carlo!!!
caveat_emptor
20/12/2013
10:38
I read the release Caveat and there is a very simple explanation...........DOB's shareholding has "temporarily" gone above the 30% threshold but it will revert to 29.9% when the banks are issued their shares in the overall scheme arrangement. The Irish Stock Exchange granted permission for this temporary threshold excess and excused the necessity to make a mandatory takeover offer. Carlo
carlo sartori
20/12/2013
08:38
Looks like we are mistaken.......Independent diligently reports even the dust moving on the floor of the newsroom over the last 6 months, but when Dobbie moves over the takeover threshold, there is´nt a squeak. "technical" will be the word use no doubt if and when the mouse roars. I recall Sir A owned in excess of 40% of WW, or was it PVR at one stage without having to bid. I think tho I dont know it had something to do with the state of the company and the interests of the shareholders. Somesuch. Could also be censorship, owning as he does so much of the media, he´ll not get hold of the indo I suppose without rearranging his media assets.
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