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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Itv Plc ITV London Ordinary Share GB0033986497 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-1.80 -1.4% 126.80 16:35:09
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
128.75 125.45 129.50 126.80 128.60
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ivanborsky: Big news from the Telegraph :- Streaming clampdown to boost BBC and ITV June 14, 2021 'The likes of Samsung and LG will likely be compelled to provide prime spots on sensible TVs to British broadcasters to assist safe the way forward for public service programming. Ministers will reportedly clear time within the legislative schedule subsequent year to usher in new guidelines guaranteeing prominence on streaming units for the BBC, ITV and channels 4 and 5. The legal guidelines will draw on suggestions to safeguard the way forward for public service media from the media regulator Ofcom that will likely be revealed subsequent month, in accordance to the Financial Times. Such a transfer would assist broadcasters keep away from expensive agreements with the tech platforms when attempting to safe the perfect positions for his or her catch-up companies on streaming units. Some streaming units demand almost a 3rd of the broadcaster’s promoting gross sales in alternate for a spot on their digital menus alongside Netflix and Disney+. Broadcasters worry with out help from authorities the price of these agreements will weaken their battle in opposition to deep-pocketed streaming companies by consuming into their programme budgets. New legal guidelines might imply Samsung or LG are compelled to provide BBC iPlayer a chief spot on their streaming menus, or a button on their distant controls so viewers can discover public service channels simply. The transfer would build on conventional TV laws that give BBC and ITV high spots on TV channel guides in alternate for making information and uniquely British reveals for smaller audiences. The 2003 Communications Act, nevertheless, does cover the arrival of streaming. A push to replace the legislation has met resistance from streaming operators, with Roku claiming prominence has “little or no relevance in the streaming world”. It comes after The Telegraph revealed in January that British broadcasters had deserted previous rivalries and joined forces to develop a single streaming app as they try to arrest the exodus of youthful viewers in the direction of American streaming companies resembling Netflix. Research by Ofcom in December discovered that 43pc of viewers utilizing on-demand streaming companies might think about watching no broadcast TV inside 5 years. Meanwhile, Virgin Media has urged broadcasters to merge their operations and slash prices to guarantee they’ve the monetary may to fight the streamers. The cable operator has warned that public service broadcasting within the UK was “more fragmented” than the remainder of Europe and weakened by its “limited scale”. Virgin Media is owned by Liberty Global, the American funding car that holds a close to 10pc stake in ITV. '
ivanborsky: Nige, back in July 2015 and in the same month the previous year, ITV fell 20p in a straight line over a course of two weeks for no apparent reason and then quelle surprise Liberty declared its stake of 6.4% in ITV (bought from BskyB)in July 2014 and then the following July 2015 Liberty declared it upped its 'interest' in ITV to 9.9%. I'm not saying history is about to repeat itself but bearing in mind ITV will be trading back in the FTSE from Monday 21st June, there will be plenty of game play going on in the next week or so.
jacko07: Nige...that's a good synopsis from 'simply wall st', mostly good with the cons being high debt. ITV is a cash generator and the debt level will be brought down fairly quickly as advertising returns to normal. When someone compares ITV with Netflix or Prime, I can't take it seriously.ITV at Mkt Cap $7 billion and the big boy streamers in the hundreds of billions. I know who is overvalued and it isn't ITV. I have been watching US markets and I can't get over the way they value some of their FAANG valuations, they are not real. How they can value these companies in the hundreds of billions is beyond comprehension. The same with Tesla and a host of other US companies, companies so overvalued by the market, it makes no logical sense. I am happy with ITV's paltry valuation, because the fundamentals are transparent and to me it is a value share. I look at the FAANGs and sorry but they all look like top heavy and teetering in bubble territory. I like to sleep at night. Just my opinion, we will see.
nige co: The ITV (LON:ITV) Share Price Is Up 49% And Shareholders Are Holding On Https://
stockready: This stock is complete and utter waste of time and money Don't waste your time please. I can post you at least 5 different FTSE100 you can invest in and make lots of money longer term And ITV is not even in that list or even bottom of the long list ITV is a finished business and soon you will know why. The current CEO done FA to turn this around, she knows nothing and she had done nothing as a results which is well reflected on current share price. Put your money where you can make real money and add values ITV is not one of them I am sorry to be so blunt and I know lots of people don't like to hear this but it truly bothers me coming here and seeing people still think this stock will do anything at all and they put their money in this LARGE HOLE which is just sinking DYOR please But please honestly do a proper research to this and understand ITV is no longer money making media, competition like YOUTUBE, Netflix, and amazon together with COVID changed that forever, they are done and Finished, they go nowhere It is matter of time CEO must resign and go and that doesn't help them recover either, she was the worse thing ever happen to ITV, a total clueless who really destroyed what was remaining of ITV All the best, LOVE to say I hope you make loads of money here, but sadly I know this will not happen not even a slightest chance Really sorry to be blunt, but if this can even help ONE person I am more than happy to put my views out here despite perhaps many gets upset. GLA IMHO SR
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nige co: ITV valued at £5.2bn amid fresh speculation it has become a prized target for predators Takeover fever in the entertainment industry has sparked fresh speculation that UK broadcaster ITV could be snapped up. The FTSE 250 firm is seen as an attractive target because of its prized production arm and big television market share. It is valued at about £5.2billion. Analysts have previously suggested that number one shareholder Liberty Global could be a buyer. ITV has sought to wean itself off relying on advertising revenue by bolstering its production arm, which makes hit shows for customers such as the BBC and Netflix. And it entered the global video streaming market with its Britbox service, a venture with the BBC, Channel 4 and Channel 5, focused on British TV and films. Neil Wilson, chief analyst at Markets, said: ‘ITV is a perennial favourite among those talking about which FTSE company might be next for a takeover. ‘The consolidation blitz in the US media space this week may have tongues wagging again. ‘The reason... is really all about long-term structural shifts in the TV and media space – by which we really mean cord cutting and the shift away from traditional scheduled TV to over-the-the top services like Netflix and Disney+. ‘ITV has bolstered its defences by weaning itself off cyclical ad spend, which took a hit during the pandemic and is bouncing back, by building a strong studios division making good quality content. That could be something that makes it appealing in this phase of content consolidation. ‘And ITV remains a prized UK asset, offering lucrative entry into the UK market for a foreign media owner. We saw the premium that Sky commanded. ITV is not at the level but one day a bid has to come in.’ Shares in ITV rose 2.1 per cent, or 2.65p, to 129.05p yesterday.
hades1: The costs involved far out weight 0.5 stamp duty. It makes no financial sense for an institution with access to the LSE. So it has to be someone else? - But read on. Look at the volume spike in May vs history on the above chart. Spikes have happened before but not in recent history and not of similar size. Not sure we will ever get an explanation although I found this on the the ITV Investor website “Unsponsored American Depositary Receipt (“ADR”) programmes ITV plc (“ITV” or the “Company”) has been informed that Morgan Stanley and Citigroup have established unsponsored American Depositary Receipt (“ADR”) programmes in respect of ITV ordinary shares. ITV does not support or encourage the creation of unsponsored ADR programmes in respect of its securities. The Company does not participate in the offer or sale of, nor the solicitation of offers to purchase, the securities issued in connection with these programmes, and is not a party to the ADR deposit agreements in connection with these programmes. ITV hereby disclaims any liability in respect of any unsponsored ADR programmes” If these purchases are unsponsored ADRs it would IMO add weight to the US predator theory. It seems to me like a neat way of accumulating a large position without the regulatory requirement to declare it. Expensive in the short term especially if you don’t eventually make a bid but very neat and could eventually be very cost effective. Notes that it’s Morgan Stanley and Citigroup that are behind this scheme not Goldman Sachs - That does makes a change. Clearly much of the above is speculation but the fact is that unauthorised ITV ADRs do exist. Whatever the truth behind the mysterious recent large ADR trading volumes let’s hope that ITV achieve JP Morgan’s new price target of 170p - with or without a bid!
lauders: ITV AdVentures Invest, ITV's new media for equity initiative, has concluded its second investment in Respoke Limited, the company behind the premium custom-fit menswear brand SPOKE. ITV Adventures Invest's first investment, in the location service what3words, was concluded last month. Interestingto see what ITV Adventures Invest is investing in. The first venture certainly seemed to get the market talking. This new one may be "accepted" better. Https:// The share price chart certainly seems a lot more positive these days. When the dividend is reinstated I hope it will look better still!
netcurtains: As mentioned interesting tie up with ITV and BT... If Premiership matches on ITV we might actually see advertising revenue go through the roof. Also this looks an interesting link between IKEA and ITV: Https:// ITV are really beginning to wake up and motor!
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