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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
1.00 0.92% 109.65 16:35:05
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
107.70 107.60 110.25 109.65 108.65
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ivanborsky: I am on the same page as you Hades with regards to a private equity bid for ITV, hence why GS and Co. have built up a position in ITV shares of well over 50% and why Brandes Investment partners now hold over 4% of the company and were instrumental in a failed bid with GS for ITV back in 2006. The weekend press will be interesting that's for sure, I'm even looking forward to seeing what the Sunday Times have to say. Unlikely Marshal Wace !!!
hades1: ITV is kicking off a search for a new chairman as Sir Peter Bazalgette prepares to step down next year after almost a decade on the broadcaster's board.Sky News has learnt that ITV's nominations committee, led by the former Jupiter Fund Management boss Edward Bonham Carter, has appointed Spencer Stuart to oversee the search.Sir Peter, who has chaired the commercial television group since 2016, is not expected to leave until his term expires in May 2022.In total, he will have served for nine years on ITV's board, having been a non-executive director for three years prior to replacing Archie Norman.Sir Peter, a former chief creative officer at the TV production company Endemol, is a respected figure both at ITV and in the wider broadcasting industry.
anhar: Thanks for the replies regarding the likelihood of a bid. I hold ITV at an average cost of about 91p but not on bid hopes, though great if it happens. As an income investor I'm more interested in the potential dividends. As I've said before here, having lived through the Sky bid that went on for years due to the govt repeatedly obstructing it, it is clear that there would be serious govt obstacles to an ITV bid because of the reduction of news and general media choice in the UK. Even more than there were for Sky I'd say. It's not impossible but it must put big doubts in the mind of any potential bidder, especially perhaps a foreign one. The press and others love to promote bid gossip but almost all these rumours turn out to be false. This ITV one is pretty old now and no sign of it. Even if it happens, it will have been years since the original rumours started so they're wrong in effect. The shares were much more expensive a few years back so that any bid based on the current price could easily lead to a loss for longer term shareholders. If I had a quid for every untrue bid rumour I've heard over the years... jacko07: "If it was a slam dunk that ITV would be taken over, it would be up 50% or more from here..." Exactly, but a newcomer could be forgiven for thinking from some of the messages here that it is a slam dunk.
jacko07: If it was a slam dunk that ITV would be taken over, it would be up 50% or more from here. Wouldn't things be great if we knew the future. I am posting an interesting piece from the Mail about terrestrial TV. It should indicate a bearish outlook but to me it strengthens my view of an ITV takeover. The reason is just the old fashioned view, it's Mkt Cap is peanuts in this new wave of streamers being the be all and all. This has had an adverse effect on ITV, at 108p this share is still bombed out but it won't last. We subscribed to Netflix last year and we are quite happy with it at £5.99pm. But after several months we have drifted back to ITV and the BBC and I believe that is happening across the country. We must remember with this company, the sum of the parts are at least twice the market cap and a takeover at today's reckoning would be around 192p a share. I own them and they will stay in my portfolio. Https://
lauders: Happy New Year all! Nice to see ITV's share price improving from its lows. Good news like this from last week certainly will not harm the momentum: Warp Films’ Little Birds migrates worldwide with ITV Studios London, 7 January 2021 – ITV Studios today announces a flurry of new deals for award-winning Warp Films’ new and provocative drama, Little Birds. Https:// Also this on the BritBox side: BritBox bodices ripping at record levels Period drama viewing on the rise after Bridgerton success LONDON, 9th January 2021: BritBox, the streaming service where the best of British creativity comes together, today reported a steady rise of viewers seeking period dramas, following the launch of Bridgerton on Christmas Day. Https://
hades1: ITV hub has been available on both Sky Q and Sky HD boxes for several years. ITV hub includes box sets and catch up. Incidentally it’s also available on Virgin Media boxes. ITV hub, STV hub and Brixbox is already available on BT TV boxes - again for several years. ITV hub also available on virtually all connected TVs and streaming devices. Brixbox is also available on most connected TVs
netcurtains: I think ITV needs a PREMIUM ITV channel like Sky Atlantic (ITV Atlantic) that should be behind a firewall. So I think all sides can gain. ITV cannot have a premium channel without a tie up to a broadband provider. BT + ITV === A LOT OF DOSH FOR ALL SIDES!
hamhamham1: 1. Unless otherwise stated, all financial and operating figures refer to the 9 months ended 30 September 2020, with growth compared to the same period in 2019. 2. Group financial performance Revenue for 9 months to 30 September (£m) 2020 2019 % ITV Broadcast 1,270 1,464 (13) ITV Studios 902 1,116 (19) Total revenue 2,172 2,580 (16) Internal supply (312) (371) (16) Total external revenue 1,860 2,209 (16) Revenue for 9 months to 30 September (£m) 2020 2019 % Total advertising revenue 1,043 1,249 (16) Non-advertising revenue 1,129 1,331 (15) Internal supply (312) (371) (16) Total external revenue 1,860 2,209 (16) 3. Total advertising, which includes ITV Family NAR, online VOD and sponsorship, was down 16% over the 9 months to end of September and was down 7% in Q3, with July down 23%, August up 3%, and September down 2% compared to the same periods in 2019. We forecast total advertising to be slightly up year on year in Q4. Total advertising was down 1% in October and is forecast to be up around 6% in November compared to the same periods in 2019. This assumes the current Covid restrictions in England end as planned on 2 December. Figures for ITV plc are based on ITV estimates and current forecasts. 4. Broadcast key performance indicators Nine months to 30 September 2020 2019 % ITV Total viewing (hrs) 12.2bn 12.0bn 2 ITV Family Share of Viewing (SOV) 22.2% 23.2% (4) Long form online viewing (hrs) 356m 378m (6) ITV Hub registered user accounts 32.1m 30.1m 7 ● ITV Total viewing is the total number of hours spent watching ITV channels live, recorded broadcast channels within 28 days, third party VOD platforms, ITV Hub on owned and operated ad funded platforms and ITV Hub+. ● SOV data based on BARB/AdvantEdge. SOV data is for individuals and is based on 7 days (C7). ITV Family includes: ITV, ITV2, ITV3, ITV4, ITV Encore, ITVBe, CITV, ITV Breakfast, CITV Breakfast and associated "HD" and "+1" channels. All viewing on a TV set, therefore includes catch up and Hub on television. ● Long form online viewing is the total number of hours ITV VOD content is viewed on owned and operated ad funded platforms, and Hub+ viewing on owned and operated platforms, based on data from Crocus. ● A registered user account is an individual viewer who has signed up to the ITV Hub using one email address. The individual has to have been active within the last 3 years to remain a registered user. ● % change for performance indicators is calculated on unrounded numbers. 5. Total Studios organic revenue at constant currency was down 19% at £903m for the first 9 months of 2020. The unfavourable translation impact of foreign exchange on revenue was £6m over that period. Our definition of constant currency assumes exchange rates remain consistent with 2019. 6. ITV continues to have good access to liquidity and its financial position remains robust. At 30 September 2020 ITV had; - Reported net debt (including IFRS 16 liabilities) of £775 million at 30 September 2020 (30 June 2020: £783m, 31 December 2019: £893 million) - Total liquidity at 30 September 2020 was £1,229m (30 June 2020 £1,214m, 31 December 2019: £1,101m) comprising: - £400m of unrestricted cash - £630m undrawn Revolving Credit Facility (RCF) expiring on 15 December 2023 - £300m bilateral facility of which £199m is available 7. The net pension surplus of the defined benefit schemes at 30 September 2020 on an IAS 19 basis was £6m (30 June 2020: £26m surplus). The movement in the quarter was driven by an increase in corporate bond yields along with our deficit funding contributions, which were offset by an increase in both inflation and gilts yields. 8. Figures presented in this Trading Statement are not audited
hamhamham1: ITV plc Q3 Trading Update for the 9 months to 30 September 2020 Carolyn McCall, ITV Chief Executive, said: "We are seeing encouraging signs in both our divisions. Advertising trends are improving with Q4 forecast to be slightly up year on year and 85% of our productions in the UK and internationally that were paused as a result of COVID-19 are back in production or have been delivered. However, COVID restrictions and further national lockdowns have added production costs and are making it challenging to bring ITV Studios productions back to full capacity. "We remain focused on executing our More Than TV strategy as we accelerate our digital transformation. We are restructuring the Broadcast business to create a new Media and Entertainment Division to better reflect and serve changing viewing habits. The restructure will also drive improvements in efficiency and reduce costs. Planet V has reached another milestone allowing media agencies to self-serve advertising campaigns. We have further improved the design and functionality of the Hub which now has 32m registered users; and BritBox is on track, with a very successful launch for Spitting Image - BritBox's first original commission. "Looking ahead we will continue to monitor our performance very carefully against a wide range of scenarios given the ongoing uncertainty. We continue to focus on cash and costs and our balance sheet remains robust with good access to liquidity." Operational and financial performance for the nine months to 30 September 2020 ● Total external revenue was down 16% at £1,860m (2019: £2,209m) ● Total ITV Studios revenue was down 19% at £902m (2019: £1,116m) ● Broadcast revenue was down 13% at £1,270m (2019: £1,464m) with ITV total advertising down 16% and online revenues up 2% ● ITV total viewing was up 2% with an increase in live viewing ● Online viewing was down 6% with no summer Love Island and fewer episodes of the soaps, although monthly active users were up 1% and dwell time was up 6% ● ITV Family's share of viewing (SOV) was down 4% from 23.2% to 22.2%, partly impacted by the volume of the BBC's news output during the pandemic Operational update ● Our production teams continue to be determined and innovative, with 85% of the 230 productions that were impacted or paused by the lockdown, delivered or back in production ● Our strong autumn schedule is delivering mass audiences and key demographics including Des, Honour, The Sister, Prince William's A Planet for Us All, John Bishop's Great Whale Rescue and the continued strong performance of our soaps, news and daytime shows ● ITV Commercial continues to work very closely with advertisers and agencies to create effective marketing solutions ● We saw advertising trends improve in Q3 with total advertising spend down 7% year on year. July was down 23%, August up 3%, September down 2% and October down 1% compared to the same periods in 2019. September and October were against the Rugby World Cup in 2019. A number of categories spent more year on year in Q3 including FMCG, Supermarkets, Publishing and Broadcasting, Telecommunications, Food, Government, Charities and Other, and Household Stores ● Interactive revenues remain strong with increased demand for ITV's competitions ● We are on track to deliver the previously announced cost saving target of £60m in 2020, of which £10m is permanent ● We have set our 2030 environmental targets, which include our commitment to become a Net Zero carbon business, and have continued to inspire positive change through our charitable events and social purpose campaigns such as Soccer Aid, The Daily Mile, Britain Get Talking and Black Voices Continuing to deliver our strategic priorities ● Building a new Media and Entertainment Division with two business units - Broadcast and On-Demand, to continue to deliver mass, live audiences while increasingly investing in On-Demand to reach younger and harder to reach viewers ● Further strengthening the ITV Hub, improving its content and user experience, with increased personalisation and continuous Hub redesign and the extended catch-up window ● Successfully rolling out Planet V as a self-serve platform within agencies and 75% of ITV's VOD orders now executed via Planet V. We expect all the major agencies to be using Planet V and 100% of ITV's VOD orders to be executed via Planet V by the end of the year ● Continued good performance of BritBox UK; very successful launch of its first original Spitting Image; the arrival of Film4 content; and increased distribution with the further roll out of BT/EE deal. The next BritBox UK original will be available in H1 2021 ● BritBox US now has over 1.5m subscribers and the international roll out of BritBox is on track. Australia is launching imminently with further roll out following quickly thereafter Outlook ● ITV Studios has successfully resumed the majority of its productions. However, the delay to productions, further national lockdowns, social distancing and other COVID-19 measures will continue to impact revenue and margin in Q4, which is up against a strong delivery schedule in 2019, and into 2021 ● We forecast total advertising revenue to be slightly up year on year in Q4 with November up around 6% compared to the same period in 2019. This assumes the current Covid restrictions in England end as planned on 2 December.
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