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
  +0.00 € +0.00% 0.1035 € 0.102 € 0.105 € 0.1035 € 0.1035 € 0.1035 € 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 191.0 10.3 0.7 14.8 144.00

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13/3/2015
08:27
I have done a little research into your profile here LBO, and it seems that the only occasions when you have something intelligent to say are when you have something negative to post. either directly or by innuendo...you seek to damage company sentiment on these boards. You rarely say anything about companies worthy of positive comment because they are usually already commented on by the industry leaving you with nothing original to say. You certainly got on the wrong side of some companies, and you don't like Denis O'Brien and you appear to have lost your shirt in Siteserv. I hate it when people who invest in shares, set themselves up here as investement advisers and tipsters. When they want a share to rise they ramp like blazes and spam their shyt all over the boards....when they have sold out the de-ramp looking to buy back in cheaper than everyone else.
rachmanninov
12/3/2015
21:19
http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/utility-and-infrastructure-firm-siteserv-disappointed-td-murphy-continued-to-question-2012-sale-of-business-31061664.html
lbo
11/3/2015
07:40
Independent News and Media has agreed a partnership with IrishJobs.ie which will see the two companies combine their web recruitment pages.
rachmanninov
05/3/2015
17:50
What do you fancy Rach? For the Gold Cup I mean?
charlie11909
05/3/2015
01:03
Results on Friday wee...13th Just in time for The Gold Cup
rachmanninov
19/2/2015
12:30
INDEPENDENT News and Media continued to dominate the Irish newspaper market in the second half of 2014, posting strong sales across the board yet again. hxxp://www.independent.ie/business/media/inm-continues-to-dominate-irish-newspaper-market-new-abc-figures-31005334.html
charlie11909
17/2/2015
09:44
Independent News & Media Irish Times to introduce digital subscriptions next week February 17 2015 | John Stokes CFA | Morning briefing | 1 page(s) | Read Important Disclosures INM’s main peer in the Irish broadsheet market, the Irish Times, has announced details of its plans to introduce digital subscriptions to its irishtimes.com website, commencing next week. There will be two main packages: a Standard Digital package costing €12 per month and a Premium Digital package costing €16 per month. It will be very interesting to monitor progress by the Irish Times with its subscription service, but in the short term we would expect that traffic to INM’s independent.ie website may increase as a result of the move.
rachmanninov
12/2/2015
13:53
Australia based media group APN News & Media has reported a 27pc hike in net profits in full year results for 2014. IT Sector Insurance Ideal for Technology Professionals. For Indemnity, Liability, Business. mbcinsurance.com/IT-Insurance Watch Live Rugby Turn Your Computer into a TV! Watch Rugby Games Online. www.bringmesports.com Ads by Google Share The company, which is part owned by Ireland’s Independent News & Media (INM), said the boost was driven by increased sales at its radio and outdoor advertising units in particular. That offset declines in the group’s print media unit. APN News & Media said it was holding off on a stock market flotation of its New Zealand business for at least a year. In 2014, APN News & Media took full control of its Australian radio businesses from US-based Clear Channel and launching a capital raising of A$132m (€87m) to finance the acquisition. INM owns 18.6pc of APN, after reducing its stake last year. APN reported net profit before exceptional items of A$75.2m for the 12 months to the end of December 31, up from A$59.3m a year earlier. Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortisation rose 1pc to A$164.1m, and revenue was up 3pc to A$843.2m. The company said it has had a positive start to 2015, with New Zealand revenue ahead of last year. "During 2014, our focus was on delivering enhanced earnings through investing in our growth assets of radio and outdoor, identifying synergies, generating cash flow and managing costs across all APN businesses," chief executive Michael Miller said. "The full acquisition of ARN, TRN and our Hong Kong Outdoor businesses, as well as our acquisition of 96FM, reflect our confidence in outdoor and radio as growth media." Shares in APN News and Media were up 2.78pc to 92.5 Australian cents overnight, following the results. Online Editors
rachmanninov
12/2/2015
13:47
Australia based media group APN News & Media has reported a 27pc hike in net profits in full year results for 2014. IT Sector Insurance Ideal for Technology Professionals. For Indemnity, Liability, Business. mbcinsurance.com/IT-Insurance Watch Live Rugby Turn Your Computer into a TV! Watch Rugby Games Online. www.bringmesports.com Ads by Google Share The company, which is part owned by Ireland’s Independent News & Media (INM), said the boost was driven by increased sales at its radio and outdoor advertising units in particular. That offset declines in the group’s print media unit. APN News & Media said it was holding off on a stock market flotation of its New Zealand business for at least a year. In 2014, APN News & Media took full control of its Australian radio businesses from US-based Clear Channel and launching a capital raising of A$132m (€87m) to finance the acquisition. INM owns 18.6pc of APN, after reducing its stake last year. APN reported net profit before exceptional items of A$75.2m for the 12 months to the end of December 31, up from A$59.3m a year earlier. Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortisation rose 1pc to A$164.1m, and revenue was up 3pc to A$843.2m. The company said it has had a positive start to 2015, with New Zealand revenue ahead of last year. "During 2014, our focus was on delivering enhanced earnings through investing in our growth assets of radio and outdoor, identifying synergies, generating cash flow and managing costs across all APN businesses," chief executive Michael Miller said. "The full acquisition of ARN, TRN and our Hong Kong Outdoor businesses, as well as our acquisition of 96FM, reflect our confidence in outdoor and radio as growth media." Shares in APN News and Media were up 2.78pc to 92.5 Australian cents overnight, following the results. Online Editors
rachmanninov
09/2/2015
12:06
APN stake looks to be worth around 120m euros now? Anyone know what the exact net borrowings figure for INM is?
rachmanninov
06/2/2015
15:33
Is all this buffet interest a prelude to a bid for something in Ireland?
caveat_emptor
06/2/2015
15:31
Business Media Friday 6 February 2015 Business Newsletter Warren Buffett's media chief: Print newspapers have strong future if industry adapts Gavin McLoughlin Published 06/02/2015 | 02:30 Share Terry Kroeger, President and CEO, Berkshire Hathaway Media, holding hurley, with (l-r) Enda Buckley, Local Ireland; Sean Mahon, President Local Ireland and Managing Director Southern Star; Eoghan O Neachtain, Eriva; Frank Mulrennan, CEO Media Group; Michael Ryan, Managing Director, INM Regionals; and Johnny O’Hanlon, Local Ireland, in Croke Park yesterday Terry Kroeger, President and CEO, Berkshire Hathaway Media, holding hurley, with (l-r) Enda Buckley, Local Ireland; Sean Mahon, President Local Ireland and Managing Director Southern Star; Eoghan O Neachtain, Eriva; Frank Mulrennan, CEO Media Group; Michael Ryan, Managing Director, INM Regionals; and Johnny O’Hanlon, Local Ireland, in Croke Park yesterday The head of one of the largest US newspaper groups "doesn't buy" the idea that print newspapers will be dead within years. Regus™ Offices to Rent Workspaces To Suit All Budgets. No Hidden Costs - Get A Quote Now. regus.ie/Business_Centre Insurance for IT Sector Single Insurer with all coverage. Tailored to IT, Technology Needs. mbcinsurance.com/IT-Insurance Ads by Google Share Journalists should prioritise their customers' desires rather than a particular platform, Terry Kroeger, president and chief executive of BH Media - a subsidiary of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway group - told a symposium on the future of local newspapers in Croke Park yesterday. Berkshire Hathaway has continued to expand its investment in newspapers despite continuing negativity about print journalism's future in the digital age. "The mistake that the consultants and prognosticators make is that they argue whether it's digital first or newspaper first. It's neither. The truth is the model that's most likely to work is customer first," Mr Kroeger said. "Some of our customers prefer print, some web browsers on a PC, some iPads, some smartphones. We need to embrace all of those channels so that our customers can consumer our products in whatever format they prefer. "We need to excel at all of those channels. We need to embrace these changes and be great at distributing our information in whatever formats emerge." Mr Kroeger said that since 2008 the newspaper business has become far more difficult than 10, 20 or 30 years ago. "Back in the day we fundamentally had monopoly businesses with few alternatives for advertisers looking to reach their audience...that changed forever and the news and advertising ends of our business have never been more competitive," he said. "So why would Warren Buffett, arguably one of the smartest investors ever, make repeated investments in newspapers? The first reason is that most newspapers remain very profitable operations," Mr Kroeger added. Mr Kroeger said the biggest reason for newspapers going bust has been too much debt, typically caused either by too-elaborate plant expansions or aggressive acquisitions where high prices and bad timing placed burdens on newspaper companies. He said another reason that BH Media is investing in newspapers is that cover prices have become cheaper in the US in recent years. Irish Independent
charlie11909
06/2/2015
15:18
Well, it's not long since your expert opinion wrote them off as a basket case. But then you always paint the past as the future and claim "you told 'em so". What a fraud you are!!!
rachmanninov
06/2/2015
14:54
The shares are trading on 8.8x FY14e EV/EBITDA, a premium to the 5 year average of 7.8x
lbo
04/2/2015
15:33
The gloves are off it seems as today sees the relaunch of BuyandSell..... On the header page of the Indo....top of page. hxxp://www.independent.ie/ or website itself hxxps://www.buyandsell.ie/
rachmanninov
02/2/2015
12:48
The new CEO has forecast a return to profits.....
charlie11909
30/1/2015
12:12
Goodbody Goodbody Morning Wrap Independent News & Media Further cost savings announced The Irish Independent is reporting this morning that Robert Pitt, INM’s new CEO, met with employees yesterday to announce cost cuts and a voluntary redundancy package (up to 30 jobs). The cost cutting measures appear to be around the editorial functions of the business as the group further integrates news teams across its titl es. The changes are due to be completed by July. Robert Pitt highlighted that it was too early to say how much these measures would save. While we do not know the full extent of the savings from these measures it shows a continued focus on costs from the new management team In terms of our forecasts, we only have a 20bps progression in operating margin built in to our FY15 numbers and so any additional cost savings could see this increase.
rachmanninov
30/1/2015
12:11
The Irish Times reports that as part of ongoing efforts to reduce costs amid declining print revenues, Independent News & Media (INM) is to centralise its editorial operations for both its print and digital products. The group will also seek up to 30 redundancies during the process and it is understood that INM’s newspaper titles will retain their brand identities. Robert Pitt, INM’s new CEO who joined from Tesco last year said he expected print circulation would further decline but in 10 years’ time some form of printed newspaper would still exist. It is also understood that there are no plans as yet for INM to begin sharing content with Communicorp, the radio group owned by INM’s largest shareholder, Denis O’Brien
rachmanninov
30/1/2015
12:10
Davy View According to media reports, Independent News & Media (INM) plans to re-vamp the editorial structure of its titles and implement cost-cutting measures which may result in up to 30 voluntary redundancies. This is a continuation of the company’s efforts to deploy its resources and content more efficiently and to optimise its cost base. Newsroom re-vamp and cost-cutting measures announced According to media reports, INM has announced a plan to re-vamp the editorial structure of its national titles in the Republic of Ireland. This would involve reporters writing stories for all five of the company’s national titles: The Irish Independent, The Sunday Independent, The Herald, The Sunday World and Independent.ie. The measures are said to also include cost-cutting and a voluntary redundancy package that may result in the loss of up to 30 jobs. No details were provided on the cost of the measures or the amount that would be saved. The changes are due to be completed by July. The changes are said to follow studies of several European newspaper groups and INM Editor-In-Chief, Stephen Rae, is quoted as saying “no single paper provides the model but INM wants to take the best practice from several titles across Europe including Germany’s Die Welt and Britain’s Daily Telegraph”. INM’s focus on efficiency continues The measures can be seen as a continuation of the company’s focus on becoming more efficient in the deployment of its resources, capitalising on the strength of its content and the optimisation of costs.
rachmanninov
30/1/2015
12:09
Davy View According to media reports, Independent News & Media (INM) plans to re-vamp the editorial structure of its titles and implement cost-cutting measures which may result in up to 30 voluntary redundancies. This is a continuation of the company’s efforts to deploy its resources and content more efficiently and to optimise its cost base. Newsroom re-vamp and cost-cutting measures announced According to media reports, INM has announced a plan to re-vamp the editorial structure of its national titles in the Republic of Ireland. This would involve reporters writing stories for all five of the company’s national titles: The Irish Independent, The Sunday Independent, The Herald, The Sunday World and Independent.ie. The measures are said to also include cost-cutting and a voluntary redundancy package that may result in the loss of up to 30 jobs. No details were provided on the cost of the measures or the amount that would be saved. The changes are due to be completed by July. The changes are said to follow studies of several European newspaper groups and INM Editor-In-Chief, Stephen Rae, is quoted as saying “no single paper provides the model but INM wants to take the best practice from several titles across Europe including Germany’s Die Welt and Britain’s Daily Telegraph”. INM’s focus on efficiency continues The measures can be seen as a continuation of the company’s focus on becoming more efficient in the deployment of its resources, capitalising on the strength of its content and the optimisation of costs.
rachmanninov
29/1/2015
16:20
26th Feb results
charlie11909
21/1/2015
14:22
What date is the next update from INM?
rob_white1
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