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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
One Media Ip Group Plc LSE:OMIP London Ordinary Share GB00B1DRDZ07 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 7.90 7.50 8.30 8.30 7.90 7.90 8,246 08:00:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 4.0 0.7 0.4 18.8 18

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05/10/2013
17:14
This is the link to the OMIP sooty http://m.youtube.com/ClassicSootyShow?uid=6H7s6P8sKSZDurn6WAGvzQ&desktop_uri=%2FClassicSootyShow It's the early stuff that the company controls.
m1shake
05/10/2013
09:56
Saw that Sooty was on ITV this morning.. Do we own all the rights to that does anyone know. Seems to have been a bit of buying yesterday ..perhaps someone Sweeping up the spare shares!!
harrogate
26/9/2013
15:52
w.safestocks.co.uk/wordpress/?p=539
capt bligh
20/9/2013
10:04
I think the simple answer is that any significant acquisition has to be demonstrably and significantly earnings enhancing and good value. Also more attractive than what is available thought small lower risk asset acquisitions. By earnings enhancing and good value, I mean in terms of bottom line EPS and NPV. Trying to judge acquisitions in terms of EBITDA or gross profit multiples is dangerous, although they can be useful as simple filters. EBITDA is most useful when negotiating finance, because it demonstrates the business' ability to repay loans when distressed, but it's not a great metric when considering acquisitions. You need to look at how the target is capitalising and depreciating/amortising/impairing/expensing acquisitions. Also, are there central costs that can be removed post acquisition. Also, how are the senior management paid - are they inflating profits by taking payment in dividends, etc. IMO, there really is no shortcut for calculating the EPS impact on your own business, and the NPV bang for your buck.
briangeeee
20/9/2013
09:21
Of course Apple is on a very low multiple but Google isn't which illustrates the point very well. As always until the invesment community can have more visibility on OMIP I don't think it is ready to give its verdict: 1) How is the monetisation of the video coming through 2) What is the growth in revenue from existing catalogues 3) How well is OMIP going be able to add content and how is to going to use its current cash pile Clarity on these points will be vital in my view in the ability of the investment community to see how favourable the wind is for OMIP!
harrogate
20/9/2013
09:16
It's a good analogy but as they say in catchphrase it's not the answer I was looking for. Multiples are variables yes on the quality but also on the potential of where something can go. If omip were google or apple we would be looking at multiples on a different scale. I just wondered what the community thought of omip stock and where it can go given a fair wind?
m1shake
20/9/2013
07:43
Interesting answer .. isn't the question almost the same as how much is a loaf of bread? You can pay 45p at ASDA for a white sliced loaf or you can pay £2.99 for an aritisan baked sourdough loaf from the trendy deli. I would hope OPIM is a seller at 10 - 15 and not a buyer that is for sure !!! And I obviously hope that OPIM is a sourdough!
harrogate
19/9/2013
22:37
10 to 15 is the rumour
m1shake
05/9/2013
15:15
Michael Infante ponders: "What is a fair multiple for companies to use on acquisitions just saw 4xEBITDA for USA music distributor Super D buying Alliance #onemediaip". Any thoughts?
briangeeee
23/8/2013
09:48
We are going to have to have alot more hits to make any decent money just from this.
the shuffle man
23/8/2013
09:24
https://twitter.com/MichaelInfante4 I make his figure to mean £500 of revenue in 12 months...
canteatvalue
22/8/2013
17:33
hxxp://ow.ly/i/2WxYx/original 250 million minutes of viewing... sounds a lot... what is the rule of thumb convertion???
capt bligh
19/6/2013
11:57
I dont think we have had anything from Men and Motors in these figures which was bought in December.... its going to be very interesting to see how the bottom line is affected next time round.
capt bligh
18/6/2013
16:22
hxxp://www.standard.co.uk/business/cityspy/city-spy-tony-ball-squeeze-to-be-handled-with-care-8663150.html
capt bligh
18/6/2013
12:13
High RoE companies like OMIP warrant high PEs. Just sit on them and they generate cash. if they can invest that cash on similar high returns, all the better (OMIP appear able to). If they can't, the cash pile grows or they start distributing. all scenarios are good and build shareholder value.
oregano
18/6/2013
12:00
Thanks. I am not sure though you can strip out the cash to adjust the rating since it is largely advances from a customer so is not earned cash as of today but cash given against future sales. It is a great model and can allow them to grow and fund large IP deals but it is not quite what you would normally adjust to get you an ex cash PE for example
harrogate
18/6/2013
11:44
To put in perspective, when i bought in about two and a half years ago, the market cap was about 750k. Now the company has 1.9 million in cash, plus all the other goodies, rising profits and divvies. If i could use a hashtag it would just be... Growth Company! get well soon harrogate :) .
microscope
18/6/2013
10:14
Concur with microscope...well done MI and the One Media team. Strong set of results. Regards GHF
glasshalfull
18/6/2013
10:00
Harrow, Oooh I feel for you!
propercharlie
18/6/2013
09:10
We couldn't have asked for a lot more, and the cherry on top is almost £2 million in cash, with more on the way at the end of June! Strip that little nest-egg out and there's plenty of room for upside in the rating imho Love it, thanks well done Michael and the team, onwards and hopefully upwards!
microscope
18/6/2013
08:41
PC... Apologies ..the only excuse I have for posting such rubbish is a very bad case of gastri-enteritis .. Off to lie down now !
harrogate
18/6/2013
08:34
nfs, no tax on PBT, tax on PAT! Harrow, interims is 6 months therefore 260k *1.1 for 2h plus 260 = 540k for this year 540k * 1.2 = 655k you have point on PE accepted.
propercharlie
18/6/2013
08:20
1325,000& 262000... Guess these results were already in the price. Let's see how good the pr company is.
capt bligh
18/6/2013
08:20
How would a growth rate of this get us to £0.6m next year. 25% growth on .26m = 0.33m. And PE ratios are done on PAT figures. I still believe we are well up with events at this price
harrogate
18/6/2013
08:19
fairly muted but most of it had been in earlier investor presentations. Worth doubling up?
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