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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% 8.75 8.50 9.00 8.75 8.75 8.75 13,259 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 4.0 0.7 0.4 20.8 19

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02/1/2013
23:40
I guess the question is; can they make decent money from streamed content, and how, when much of which is probably free to the user? I expect they're on the ball, but it would be interesting to know how they see this whole market developing. As a user of a £15 Nokia brick, I'm probably a bit in the dark on all of this!
briangeeee
02/1/2013
22:46
This from the BPI report today "British music fans streamed 3.7bn songs in 2012 says BPI Hot off the press this morning are figures from British music industry body the BPI for 2012, with digital album sales rising 14.8% to 30.5m for the year, although that still didn't quite balance out the 19.5% drop in CD sales to 69.4m. That means an overall 11.2% fall in UK album sales to 100.5m for the year. However, single-track sales were up 6% to 188.6m in 2012, with 99.6% of those being digital. There's another interesting figure though: Brits streamed 3.7bn songs in 2012 from streaming music services like Spotify and Deezer. It's the first time an annual streaming stat has been released by the Official Charts Company, and as the BPI notes, that 3.7bn streams "is equivalent to 140 music streams for every household in the UK". This is just audio streams, so doesn't include YouTube or Vevo. The figure inserts some perspective into the debate over streaming cannibalisation of downloads: 3.7bn streams, a 14.8% rise in digital album sales and a 6% rise in single-track sales together give us a picture of the digital music market, rather than just focusing on the downloads. Also interesting: a noticeable post-Christmas digital bump with 1.3m digital album sales and 5.6m single sales in the final week of 2012. What's important now is to get some good data on what this means for industry revenues, starting with how much money those 3.7bn streams made for the music business (and then how that filtered through to artists and songwriters, obviously), but also where those streams are coming from. In other words, how many lapsed CD buyers have switched to downloads versus streaming, or downloads plus streaming? Key questions for 2013 after a year described by BPI boss Geoff Taylor as "an encouraging year for UK artists and for music's digital future". I think our chaps at OMiP are ahead of this trend!
m1shake
17/12/2012
09:48
Says it all really dropped the bid this morning... er.... why?
capt bligh
17/12/2012
09:19
DOTD took over 18 months to go from about 8p to 15p. I hope to see One Media do better than that as it has a better track record for growth and profits, and they pay a good dividend.
meadow2
17/12/2012
09:08
This is all good stuff and the real work starts in - 2013 - 7 years in the making (bit like an an overdue epic film - "Pinewood link ") and as they say "the hare is running!"
m1shake
17/12/2012
08:49
Well done MI! I reckon it's the best move OMIP could have made & will hopefully be reflected in a more realistic valuation. We've all crunched the numbers here over the last year or so and I maintain that 7p fair value at present with the prospect of more once this years numbers come in and the company have demonstrated 4 years of profitable growth. Good to see you take the plunge Steg ;-) Regards GHF
glasshalfull
17/12/2012
08:31
Possibly optimistic but the numbers say its possible and I generally don't buy unless I see a clear 100 percent upside. AIM re ratings came fairly quick, certainly inside a year, at IDEA and DOTD.
stegrego
17/12/2012
08:25
You might be being a bit optimistic Stegrego! I don't expect quite that, but being on AIM has the avantage, to those of us who know One Media, that we can accumulate more at lower dealing costs. It took Dot Digital some time to be recognised on AIM but for One Media it might be sooner as it has a dividend record producing a good yield which Dot Digital did not have.
meadow2
17/12/2012
08:08
Right blooming palaver buying shares in this. Broker said it didn't exist for a start etc etc. However now looks compelling with a move to AIM, hopefully, on the cards. Only a small position but will see how it goes from here. I'm hoping for double at least within the next 12 months.
stegrego
17/12/2012
07:58
This is very good news indeed...it's numbers are brilliant but is it just a bit to small to get noticed on aim... We'll see but Michael Infante's track record as an entrepreneur is going to stand us in good stead.
capt bligh
17/12/2012
07:27
And now plans to move to AIM. They've been reading this BB!
meadow2
13/12/2012
13:33
Cap suggest you ask harrogate about JCR if you think matched bargain is the same as ISDX. not saying ISDX is great but it's a very different beast to MB. I agree about the need for a broker note or similar. Hopefully the appointment of Tavistock will lead gradually to more activity in that sort of area. Might even make us a bit more likely to catch the eye of some (imho worthwhile, as opposed to a certain iOM based outfit i can think of lol) New Year Tipsters. Live in Hope!
microscope
13/12/2012
09:45
I agree iSDX is not better but there are shares on it that are going up. Given that the recent trades at 4p are sells why would we expect the price to move when there seems to be a reasonable sized seller about to match any buying. Can't see why that would be different on any other market. At the risk of sounding like a broken record what we need is an updated broker note to show us what all the recent activity might mean in terms of EPS for 2013 and 2014. Without that sort of information to guide a buying decision the price wouldn't be moving on any other platform in my opinion
harrogate
13/12/2012
09:04
I think iSDx is as much use as Plus was -
m1shake
13/12/2012
01:12
We might as well be in a matched bargain situation... the mm taking no account of the levels of trade in the stock... Zero competition.... Stagnation
capt bligh
12/12/2012
09:40
I like this: "..The M&M brand lends itself to use for franchising deals in men's products from cosmetics to picture library usage. In addition we are in discussions regarding the content being re-broadcast on traditional nostalgia TV channels." Again it demonstrates the enormity and variety of the sector that the company is in, and it can cherry pick the best deals, from a near bottomless pit available. happy days!
microscope
12/12/2012
09:24
They certainly wouldn't have bought this unless they think that revenue can be created. Although even One Media can be allowed a mistake here and there!
meadow2
12/12/2012
08:05
Not sure I am a buyer of men &motors aftershave... I think I would rather use sooty and sweep shampoo...where there is trash there is cash
capt bligh
11/12/2012
17:04
I would add NCI Vehicle Rescue to your list, GHF; going strong now after sorting things out.
meadow2
11/12/2012
13:26
Agree harrogate & microscope. Time for a fresh broker note, especially with strategic change we have witnessed recently. OMIP,along with fellow ISDX stock Sprue Aegis (SPRP), are my most comfortable investments. They have both delivered growth & I would consider them ZULU stocks with excellent management. In the case of OMIP the FB comment pretty much sums it up with warrant issue now behind it & hopefully no further dilution. Would a market move create further value? I would argue that any move should be timed with a larger acquisition/deal and reckon that we'd receive a better rating. I base this opinion on my investments in previous PLUS stocks Ideagen (formerly Datum) and dotDigital who have seen a marked increase in their respective share prices on move to AIM. Regards GHF
glasshalfull
11/12/2012
12:50
Of all the companies I've invested in over the last few years, this is the one I have most confidence in. Great deals, recurring revenues, strong cash, no debt and the support of the absolute industry leader. I'm well used to small stocks under the radar, and overnight 50% rises are never going to be the order of the day. I'd rather it this way and when we do break out, that's when the strong sustainable rises will be seen. I'm more than hopeful 2013 will be the year we get a substantial deal, move to a higher market and overdue recognition, largely feel that because the company has positioned itself so well strategically in its niche (yet potentially enormous and explosive) marketplace. Bring it on!
microscope
11/12/2012
11:54
An updated broker note to show everyone what the next 2 years could look like following the large acquisition a few months ago and other deals and progress made would be a big help. Welcome to the world of small cap investing M1s!!!
harrogate
11/12/2012
09:57
The bid ticked up didn't it.... should really be filling our boots here as the next leg up could be powerful. This company has really delivered.
capt bligh
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