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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Itv Plc LSE:ITV London Ordinary Share GB0033986497 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -8.30 -7.1% 108.60 108.55 108.70 111.95 108.55 111.80 16,632,416 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 2,781.0 325.0 7.1 15.3 4,372

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06/10/2021
09:33
stan, do you have an inkling that Google could rifle through it's small change and buy ITV. The way the share price is going it's not completely crazy it could happen.
jacko07
05/10/2021
18:58
roystonthe problem with google is that they cant really be displaced and are well worth their multiplethey know what the world is searching for and doing and so have never ending leading market intelligence for FREEthey know who all the up and coming companies and products arei have seen them operate first hand in my industry, they just come in and apparently overpay for something people have barely heard of, but it could not be further from the truth....
stansmith3
05/10/2021
18:49
Thought this was interestin...posted by Ivan Borsky, I doubt he is the same one famous for junk bonds. Interesting article in the Investors Chronicle just out this lunchtime with the debate ITV vs Google in terms of advertising. Anyway here's the best bit :- 'Don’t write off ITV..... ITV is clearly aware of the challenges it faces in maintaining advertising revenue (which contributed 56 per cent of external sales in the first half of 2020). It has long pursued a greater proportion of revenues from its studios division and has spent a lot of time investing in its own content and acquiring new production houses. Its roster of programming is now impressive. More recently, a great deal of investment has been directed towards the ITV hub and the company’s new tech powered TV advertising service Planet V. And it is here that the company poses a more legitimate challenge to the encroaching dominance of Alphabet. Planet V and the ITV Hub offer targeting like Google but without the same level of competition for ads slots. Planet V is signing up other broadcasters, meaning ads can sit alongside a broad range of content not just that delivered by ITV. Whether it justifies a return to a market capitalisation of £4.55bn for ITV is hard to say, but with shares trading on just 10 times forecast earnings there seems to be more space to grow. If nothing else, its combination of original content and data management surely makes ITV a takeover target. As for Alphabet, reliance on advertising revenue can hardly be used as a negative investment point, when the digital ads space is accelerating and Google is capturing a growing slice of the pie. And the cash delivered by the ads business is being relentlessly deployed into new exciting ventures. Buy Alphabet (if you can afford it at £2716 per share) and ITV at 113p per share for less expensive exposure into the digital ads market.' They deliberately missed out 'Google market cap $1.75 trillion and price inflated by continued share buybacks which has been financed for nothing by endless QE' !
royston6
05/10/2021
15:41
Oh dear, gapped down again 0.70p at UT. Closing down 1.40p 1.3% on a day the FTSE100 is up 66pts 0.95%. The pain goes on, ITV finding a new low @106.05p.
nige co
05/10/2021
12:56
Carolyn McCall And her motley board of merry board men should be fired, the share price has put in a shocking performance, just drifting down, no bidders in sight
ny boy
05/10/2021
12:32
Seems 107.20p is the support level today.
jacko07
05/10/2021
10:21
Fair value 184p Https://simplywall.st/stocks/gb/media/lse-itv/itv-shares#intrinsic-value
royston6
05/10/2021
10:16
DIVIDEND The Board recognises the importance of the ordinary dividend for ITV shareholders. Given the current uncertainty the Board will not declare an interim dividend in respect of the current year. However, assuming the economy continues to recover, the Board intends to propose a final dividend of 3.3p for the full year 2021, based on two thirds of a notional full year dividend of 5p. The Board intends to grow the ordinary dividend over time whilst balancing further investment behind our strategy and our commitment to
royston6
04/10/2021
12:14
Buy BT at under 150p
hades1
02/10/2021
15:08
..yeah i will be posting the next batch of quick 15..45% gainers here first as the first lot were so well received
stansmith3
02/10/2021
14:30
stan..Give us some gems for next week. What do you reckon ITV are going to do next week, up or down, boom or doom.
slater5
02/10/2021
10:14
Yes I also noticed Britishbulls recommendation had changed, they probably change with every daily share price movement.
nige co
02/10/2021
09:09
Reversed again short to buy.https://www.britishbulls.com/SignalPage.aspx?lang=en&Ticker=ITV.L
hades1
02/10/2021
07:42
I have no idea.I have suspicions but have no evidence.They are many possibilities.
hades1
02/10/2021
07:38
Death of the satellite dish is nigh as Sky eyes an online futurePay TV pioneer is expected to take on Netflix as well as Samsung and LG with its own range of smart televisionsToday's Daily TelegraphDana Strong was defending her corner as she prepared to beckon Sky into a new age.On her first outing as the new boss of the pay-TV provider, the former Comcast executive gave a bullish appraisal of its ability to survive against the giants including Amazon."Our industry is incredibly resilient and adaptable," she said in an interview at last month's Royal Television Society Convention in Cambridge."The level of innovation gives me enormous confidence. Despite all the rumoured demise in the press, the big brands are all still standing and growing. Viewership is growing, the values of these companies are going up."Following a quiet introduction to Britain's biggest satellite TV company since joining in January, Strong is now poised to act.On Thursday, Sky is expected to pull back the curtain on a series of tech innovations that could reshape the company for years to come.It could provide the biggest signal yet that the company is preparing for life without the humble satellite dish – a technology that shook the foundations of the British television market more than three decades ago under media magnate Rupert Murdoch.Speculation is mounting that Strong will launch plans to bring a new internet television service (IPTV) to the UK, and unveil a new range of smart TVs to protect its turf from the welter of on-demand video services arriving on British shores.For Strong - a former Virgin Media and Liberty Global executive who took the helm following a stint at Sky's American owner – such plays come with risks.Not only does it put the British behemoth on a war footing with tech manufacturing giants Samsung and LG, but it also ruts it up against Amazon. They would be the two newest entrants into the smart TV market.The shift would mark a departure from the low profile Sky has cut since being subsumed into cable giant Comcast three years ago.Strong will be eager to make a big splash, building upon the rich legacy of her predecessor Jeremy Darroch, but squaring up to Jeff Bezos in the technology market may prove one step too far.With a 28pc jump in sales to $5.2bn (£3.8bn) in the second quarter, but a 25pc fall in profit to $560m, Sky has the chance to re-channel the energy of the Murdoch era when he proved UK households would pay for satellite TV on top of the channels provided by the licence fee.Satellite dishes became a common sight on the walls of UK homes from the 1990sSatellite dishes became a common sight on the walls of UK homes from the 1990s CREDIT: Martin PopeSwept up in streamers' currentYet Strong's play reads less like a disruptive push to capture more customers and more like a defensive move as satellite makes way for streaming.The company is reportedly set to announce Sky Glass, a smart TV with an integrated internet TV service that has the potential to include the full Sky satellite offer.It will be available in three sizes – 43, 55 and 65 inches – according to the internet trade website ISPreview – and will come with a built-in Dolby Atmos soundbar as well as a separate device called a "Puck", a type of TV streaming device. The 43 inch set is expected to cost about £650.Clues of how Strong may seek to roll out the IPTV service in the UK can be gleaned from the broadcaster's approach to the Italian, Austrian and German markets, where it has launched IP services as an alternative, rather than a replacement, to its traditional satellite service.The Telegraph understands that recent deals with public service broadcasters such as the BBC, Channel 4 and ITV have helped clear the way for the launch of IPTV in the UK.Easing concerns over the threat of re-transmission fees have also helped.The issue was a flash point for ITV and Virgin Media five years ago when Britain's biggest commercial broadcaster demanded tens of millions of pounds from Virgin Media to host its stable of channels. The two parties are now close to sealing a new three-year deal over the payments.The fresh steps will prove more revolutionary than Sky's attempts to adapt and partner with streaming services in a bid to survive the threats to satellite TV.Sky Go, the online TV service launched as "Sky by Broadband" 15 years ago, took the service out of the home and made it available on computers and smartphones as long as customers had an internet connection. It gave the freedom to watch on the move and provided flexibility society has come to expect from streaming apps nearly six years before Netflix muscled its way int the UK market.Yet Sky Go only forms one plank of a broader strategy to prevent its 23m customers across Europe from cutting their ties in favour of cherry-picking subscriptions with streaming rivals.
hades1
02/10/2021
06:01
Hades, do you think whoever is placing the 775k sell order at 135p is expecting a spike in the share price? Maybe expecting ITV to acquire CH4? Just a thought.
nige co
01/10/2021
17:38
I think yesterday's auction was just end of quarter window dressings for a fund or two.Seems to have recovered nicely today against an appalling UK market.
hades1
01/10/2021
12:25
JPMORGAN RAISES ITV PRICE TARGET TO 190 (176) PENCE - 'OVERWEIGHT'
nige co
01/10/2021
11:46
As yesterday 775k at 135p been there on the sell side since 0750 this morning
hades1
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