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
  +0.00p +0.00% 4.90p 4.40p 5.40p 4.90p 4.90p 4.90p 0 08:00:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 2.7 0.5 0.4 11.1 7

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14/6/2017
22:01
worth watching this to understand more about One Media's OMIP technical copyright tool tcat.. htTps://vimeo.com/198849947 its finally going to be the making of One Media
apfindley
14/6/2017
18:03
Made some tidy profits on ompp previously. Bought on plus at mainly 2-3p, before they moved to aim as omip, and enjoyed an immediate 5 bagger+ Theyve had an awful tumble downwards despite growing their digital rights portfolio, and acquiring the men n motors brand. OMIP now stands in perfect position to promote the necessity of their TCAT system. Im buying again at this point as the major record labels will be all over this if it goes well in current trials with the unnamed major label. BUY .
apfindley
14/6/2017
16:03
More mention of billions lost in copyright breaches and that TCAT is a world-beating, must-have thingamebob please !
yump
14/6/2017
15:35
Still waiting for more Info on tcatSome feedback from the contract, and if there is any further Interest from other record labels. Could be good for omip, but they need to push this technology and also their music and videos a lot harder. This could be a globally deployable monitoring system, they should start marketing it as such, turn it Into a service/system the record labels NEED.
apfindley
08/6/2017
09:22
More on TCAT 5 June at 00:23 · .. TCAT signs up its first “major music distributor” to monitor its digital releases globally TCAT (the Technical Copyright Analysis Tool) was developed by One Media iP to check that its releases were properly listed on digital music services globally and was initially designed for internal use. They quickly realised it had a broader role for music industry as a whole and started talking to music companies about licensing access to it. The company has now signed up its first “major music distributor” (deal terms mean this client cannot be named) who will start using it from this month to check its global releases on music services as well as picking up on music conflicts and copyright infringements. We covered TCAT in our Tools section in Sandbox on 24th May. “We developed TCAT out of a need for our business,” explained Alice Dyson-Jones, the company’s commercial director. “We are a big rights owners and we developed this particular software as we wanted to protect our own rights.” Phillip Miles, technical director at One Media iP, added, “When you are dealing with a legitimate and legal download store, the assumption is being made that the content being delivered to that service is delivered by somebody who has the rights to put that content up there.” Manually checking every local store, especially for labels putting out large numbers of tracks every week, can prove insurmountable. The promise TCAT is making is that it will massively reduce the time it takes to check everything is as it should be on stores around the world – and all from one dashboard. There is also the problem of duplication of releases, especially if labels are using a variety of distribution companies around the world. Clients can search an act, release or track and then collate the live data on that across digital stores (seeing the full store page as it exists at that precise moment). It shows pricing points, chart information and territorial availability among other data points. TCAT works currently on iTunes/Apple Music and Spotify, but the company says other music services – via their APIs – will be added on an ongoing basis. Source: One Media iP – http://tinyurl.com/y7jlkeom Link (Sandbox): http://tinyurl.com/y7jp558q
the shuffle man
26/5/2017
15:04
I've averaged down, but unfortunately some time ago, so I need some more whole pence on the share price ;-(
yump
26/5/2017
11:44
One would hope so Shuffle - Not much available at all at 3.5p - Good luck - I note that there was a 750k trade a little while ago -
tomboyb
26/5/2017
11:39
I have averaged down today. Not much stock around. Lets hope this is the turning point.
the shuffle man
26/5/2017
11:26
Looks interesting shuffleman - A few deals down the line IF it is that good then who knows?
tomboyb
26/5/2017
11:19
hTTp://www.tcat.media/ looks like the software could be useful to a number of big companies.
the shuffle man
26/5/2017
10:53
If they can follow up from here it could get interesting - No real rev YET for TCAT but you never know -
tomboyb
25/5/2017
15:38
yes this might be interesting...
capt bligh
25/5/2017
09:03
Could TCAT be the saviour of this company. Seems to be quiet an exciting piece of software. Does anyone have any idea if there is any competition out there, what the potential size of the market is and what potential this can have for the company. Bearing in mind we have a market cap of only £2m the current share price could look very cheap.
the shuffle man
11/5/2017
07:50
Positive news, but not exactly worth too much in monetary terms. If no expected revenues mentioned then likely to be quite small. I would expect annually in region of a few tens of K's
apfindley
12/4/2017
16:09
So what exactly IS the agreement reached??????? No details.?? Aren't shareholders worthy of finding out what agreement has been reached with these COPYRIGHT THIEVES who have been exploiting our IP for their own personal gain, and to our detriment.???? Yeah well done Michael.
apfindley
23/3/2017
10:11
I occasionally mix with some men, motors and badly fitting jeans bent over engines and pretty sure not a lot has changed, although its clearly not a TV program the BBC would run.
yump
23/3/2017
09:53
Would have been good to hear a little more about reaction to the Men & Motor trailer, as quite a bit of effort appears to have gone into its production. While it might have had significant viewership in the past, it strikes me as one of those politically incorrect brands with little appeal. The difficulty the company has is that motoring programmes is probably quite an interesting area, with the advent automotive automation and electrification. However, what they're stuck with is that fairly repulsive "Men & Motors" name. If they ditch the name, and hence the brand, they'd starting from scratch. Is there a new generation M&M, that vaguely recognises that it's an evolution of the old Men & Motors?
briangeeee
23/3/2017
09:46
Is the company worth more than £1.8m ? The new software could be interesting and it seems they are moving to maybe more of a production and content company.
the shuffle man
23/3/2017
09:24
Hmmm. Continues downwards on all fronts
apfindley
23/3/2017
09:20
Results no surprise really. I shall await my 'digital pension' very patiently.
yump
20/2/2017
09:04
It would be fair to say that over the last 2 years or so the story of OMIP has been a lot of "not what they expected" Key issue here is that the business model means that revenues are declining and the focus on Men & Motors won't plug the gap. We have cash so not going to go bust but we are the walking dead as far as the share price is concerned. I suspect it remains a fun company to work in and for but not a fun company to be a shareholder in.
harrogate
20/2/2017
08:01
Hmm not exactly what they expected So infringement case lost
apfindley
30/1/2017
11:32
Yes, its there, but look at the dates of the vids...
yump
30/1/2017
10:08
https://www.youtube.com/user/Menandmotors Looks good to me.
greasynut
30/1/2017
09:08
Am I looking in the wrong place on YouTube ? Only the Men and Motors channel I found has the LATEST video as 8 months old. So in words of one syllable: WTF ?
yump
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