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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
  -0.35 -4.61% 7.25 7.00 7.50 7.60 7.25 7.60 202,667 15:35:42
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 4.0 0.7 0.4 17.3 16

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/1/2014
20:26
Maybe a bit overheated now on a pre tax profit of 0.8m, has anyone got any profit forecasts from brokers or their own forecasts? Thanks
pjhutchy
21/1/2014
19:23
Sometimes you have to look back to get a view of what is happening tomorrow http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4c22Ofuptno#t=21
m1shake
20/1/2014
14:47
Interesting stats but not sure how to interpret them. It does amaze me how many viewings they have been able to achieve on all this old stuff. How do they turn the views into decent revenues ?
the shuffle man
20/1/2014
14:26
Thanks Brian. Not sure what it all means either. We will I think need to wait and see here how the revenue is growing from the music content and the video. Still think we will need a decent sized deal to get us moving again.
harrogate
16/1/2014
07:43
Don't know if this sort of thing is accurate or of any use, but the financial numbers currently don't seem high. hTTp://www.statsheep.com/onemediamusic/Menandmotors
briangeeee
13/1/2014
17:36
Sorry, when I posted the above, I hadn't seen the facebook link in 336. I've no problem with OMIP sticking with it's current model, and am quite happy with that. However the original question asked (in a round about way): how come the share price isn't continuing to rise? I think that given it's risen from about about 4p to 14p (~250% growth) over the last year, then to imagine it's going to continue strongly in the near term needs some belief that the business is evolving more quickly now than it has over the last couple of years. I was therefore just pondering what might have to happen to cause the increase in growth, and also how the ever evolving sales channels may affect OMIP's business. At the moment, I'm sticking with my current holding. Those in the business know how well it's all going - the rest of us have to wait eagerly for the numbers and any accompanying guidance!
briangeeee
13/1/2014
17:34
I don't know what's on Facebook as it's not something I use, but I agree with harrogate about being comfortable with OMIP's traditional model of monetising classic content. However the market looks to me as if it's moving away from purchasing items of content, with customers either paying for general access, or consuming advert funded content. I don't really have a strong view about the best approach, but increasing margins and return on investment will indicate that OMIP are on top of their game. Apart from their in-line statement, we really won't know how it's all going. Presumably most are invested here because we are enthusiastic about the general content provider model, but IMO a higher rating requires proof of continuing solid growth. I'd expect the company valuation to rise on proof that the rate of EPS growth is moving ahead of analysts' expectations.
briangeeee
13/1/2014
16:48
https://en-gb.facebook.com/OneMediaiP
nextlink
13/1/2014
16:13
can someone please posta link to the facebook page. Thanks
the shuffle man
13/1/2014
15:47
Just read the Facebook note from MI. I am bought into the model of buying classic solid content. I have just been surprised to see the rate of content acquisition slow down post AIM rather than speed up. Had assumed that there was lots of content we would want if we had the cash which is why we did the deal with Orchard to get paid royalties upfront and raised money on AIM move. Maybe it is getting harder to get the content we want. In terms of millions of minutes viewing on YouTube that is meaningless to me since I have no idea at all what that might mean in revenue from advertising. Does anyone here?
harrogate
13/1/2014
14:51
Yes Thanks BG very good comments from Michael on Facebook. Less capital employed over the whole group than some albums... makes you think... and increasing million minutes too.
capt bligh
13/1/2014
12:28
If any of you follow any of the One Media accounts (and Michael's) on twitter, anecdotal of course, but I think you'd get a feel that they really understand their marketplace.
microscope
12/1/2014
15:09
I think the value is fair until we see signs of returns on the newer advert paid content. The sort of hit rate would be interesting (156m times watched): HttP://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9NF2edxy-M I wonder if the old material is really ever likely to be watched that often. Do you need to produce something that is novel, useful, topical, or quirky to catch people's attention? Does old media fit on the modern platforms? I think we're waiting to better understand. For example, would OMIP get better hit rates if they were producing videos on how to fix you IPad. I know it's not their area, but understanding what works on YouTube, etc, is important. For me it's not so much a matter of spending the available funds, it's seeing an improving ROI, indication that the company is better understanding how to leverage the modern distribution platforms.
briangeeee
11/1/2014
09:23
Still loved up but wondering what the next move is with the cash OMIP had and that raised on the move to AIM. Seems fully valued until we see a largish earnings enhancing deal. C'mon OMIP!!
harrogate
10/1/2014
16:25
c'mon boys - have we fallen out of love here?
m1shake
02/1/2014
22:22
series of aquisitions announced 16 Dec... One Media, the music and audio digital rights acquirer, is pleased to update the market on its recent content acquisitions. In four separate transactions, amounting to a total investment of USD$100,000, One Media has acquired the following content:- (1) One Media has acquired exclusively the entire back catalogue of music and video rights to the Irish singer Rose-Marie. This exclusive deal includes over 160 tracks (24 albums) of great Irish and standard ballads. Rose-Marie is a prolific Irish performer well know within the cabaret, TV and recording circles. Within the catalogue are a host of standards including Danny Boy, Ave Maria and Abide with Me. (2) One Media has acquired exclusively under license with an on-going royalty the entire video catalogue from the Delta Leisure Group video library for digital exploitation. Over 250 programmes of trains, planes and automobiles and various special interest content including cookery, sports, fishing and keep fit instructional videos are included. All of the content will be made available through One Media's emerging video channels on YouTube and other advertising funded broadcast mediums. (3) One Media has acquired exclusively the book rights to the 'Lost Elvis Diaries' written by Aubrey Malone. The book which is a recreation of Elvis' life is written in diary form. This book deal which contains many previously unpublished photographs from Elvis' life will be offered in all formats including: electronic written publication (`Kindle' style) and via download in spoken word format for all the Group's digital stores such as iTunes, Amazon Spotify and YouTube. In addition the recordings will be offered for licensing to the traditional print industry for book reproduction and magazine/newspaper serialisation. (4) One Media invested in the High Energy/Northern Soul/Motorcity catalogues (Tropicana) originally in 2006. This deal was extended in 2010 for a period of 25 years. The Group can now report that it has taken ownership of the 2,500 soul/dance music tracks and associated videos. The catalogue contains 80s chart topping artists like Evelyn Thomas performing her number one hit 'High Energy', performances from Johnny Bristol, Barbara Pennington, Martha Reeves, Marv Johnson and the Former Ladies of the Supremes just to mention a few of the 200 artists featured within the catalogue. Commenting on the acquisitions, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Michael Infante said: "As 2013 closes it has been an exciting year of activity for One Media as it continues to add more content to its library of rights. One Media's journey from ISDX to Aim has seen a significant rise in its market capitalisation during 2013 and it continues to seek acquisition opportunities within its chosen field of audio and video content. The Company's 'Content is King' methodology continues to drive its business forward. The Company's team of dedicated staff is also growing in experience and expertise to meet the increasing digital demands required to bring nostalgic content to market."
janeann
27/11/2013
16:15
Interesting comments from our non-Exec via Orchard. hTTp://musically.com/2013/11/26/scott-cohen-talks-youtubers-were-in-a-world-of-micro-content-m4pt5/
microscope
11/11/2013
11:01
Jamal Edwards is succeeding with YouTube - can OMIP match his success? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-24801980
briangeeee
06/11/2013
13:29
I can't remember how many (is it four?) but you get several waves in an uptrend, generally, is the technicians' theory. Looking at our chart I'd say from the chart we are on wave two after the little dip. Of course previous is no guarantee of future etc... It'll be interesting over the next few months to see how that plays out and i guess each case is individual to some extent, though it's amazing how even with most small stocks they follow the pattern.
microscope
06/11/2013
13:17
The bubble is not at FTSE level although if you strip out resource stocks that is pretty high, it is at small cap level. A number of shares I have and watch have just taken off with no real change in outlook. Every tip in IC goes up, ditto with the papers. It is all classic stuff and will end but as you say can go on much longer than we expect. I have 600,000 of these bought at 3.25p so I am more than happy but they are no longer value. I sense a deal coming and that might drive it up again which is why I am not selling just yet.
harrogate
06/11/2013
13:09
A share going up wouldn't be a share going up without harrogate fretting ;) (tongue in cheek!!). I dont know how many you've got but the mms will be pleased to see you if you do sell some or all (but good luck anyway if you do of course). I do think that if an acquisition of some substance is made, there is still significant upside. My float fair value opinion of 15p was pooh-poohed at the time, my next 12 month target of 25p (assuming that decent acquisition) I think is achieveable and the old maxim of running winners (at least until they go ridiculous, eg JCR over a pound lol ;) ) has served me well. I don't see any sign of a market bubble. FTSE was higher than this many years ago (though I don't think our share price has much atall to do with how FTSE performs, rather recognition of our business model, balance sheet, prospects and management strength). The last two market bubbles (despite the wall of worry lol) lasted a lot longer than anyone anticipated.
microscope
06/11/2013
13:07
Quite a few shares going bonkers at the moment. Some warranted, some not. I've reduced here a few times now after following GHF (cheers) with the move from Plus. I've hardly sold (or bought) anything this year, but I must admit I'm hanging on for dear life at the moment and hoping to get off as soon as the music stops.... Impossible but still. I'd say we are a way into the 'mania' phase of a bull run. Just needs something to stop it now.
stegrego
06/11/2013
12:44
Hi Micro, We will have to disagree on the use of the term bargain hunting at 18p that is for sure. Great to see but I think we are riding the current wave in the stockmarket that has all the signs of buying with no regard to fundamentals. It will end and I suspect with some pain so it is about timing now for me
harrogate
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