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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% 5.75 5.50 6.00 6.025 5.75 5.75 2,500 08:00:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 3.5 0.5 0.3 16.9 12

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04/2/2013
10:53
any ideas as to what the share price might be on AIM if they get there?
m1shake
25/1/2013
17:19
500k sell? price not dropped.... this might mean only 330 left in rump... gents we are nearly there.
capt bligh
25/1/2013
17:19
500k sell? price not dropped.... this might mean only 330 left in rump... gents we are nearly there.
capt bligh
23/1/2013
03:22
VHF You were most of the 100 so it's only fair Thanks for your detailed analysis here
nfs
22/1/2013
21:02
Just wanted to bag the 100th post ;-) Regards, GHF @glasshalfull1 on Twitter
glasshalfull
21/1/2013
22:31
Picked this up on the company Facebook http://www.facebook.com/home.php Looks like music is still very much on the menu! Today we have received the recordings from newly signed Ray Dorset - AKA Mungo Jerry - look out for the greats and contemporary music from his collections coming out soon. In the Summertime,Alright Alright Alright and Lady Rose to name a few! Here, from a couple of years ago is Dominic & Ray aka Mungo Jerry - sometimes deals just take a long time!
m1shake
19/1/2013
06:29
Very interesting ghf, of course you never know with nominee accounts how many holders are represented... So let's hope it's all systems go. Was there any clue as to how much we paid for men and motors in the 1.8 million comment in the presentation?... Should think mi is going to be focusing on telly from now on.
capt bligh
18/1/2013
19:23
Reckon I'm responsible for the share price move...placed a large order for stock over last few sessions that remains unfulfilled. The move of Bid price from 4.0p to 4.2p didn't flush out any sellers...there's no overhang that I'm aware of, but I'll stick to my limit should anyone wish to sell/ top slice. Regards, GHF
glasshalfull
18/1/2013
14:33
Rather underwelmed by the new presentation, which took ages to load, a lot of stuff we have seen before...but as you sa fresh air- blue skies- multi bagger ahoy.
capt bligh
18/1/2013
09:14
Strewth... Has someone cleared them out?
capt bligh
18/1/2013
08:48
Do my eyes deceive me... http://www.isdx.com/ Fresh air and fun! incidentally try 'next' on M1Shake's link... ;)
microscope
16/1/2013
21:31
That was me today so doing my bit...anyone care to join in..? Maybe the AIM move isn't far away
harrogate
16/1/2013
11:05
839,500 to go ! Somebody please take the lot for £35,200 and watch them fly.
capt bligh
15/1/2013
23:32
now here is a sneaky little addition to the web site - hhhmmmm http://onemediaip.com/investors/aim-rule-26
m1shake
15/1/2013
13:02
889,000 4.2p shares still there !!
capt bligh
15/1/2013
13:01
889,000 4.2p shares still there !!
capt bligh
15/1/2013
07:02
Wasn't that a buy and a sell? If so then I guess as long as someone happy to sell at 4p to satisfy all the demand then price will stay where it is. Might need to see the AIM move happen first
harrogate
15/1/2013
00:09
Circa £19,000 on 460,000 shares Today. Still only making 4p or so. When will this stock break through?
m1shake
11/1/2013
12:29
The share registry reveals only two sellers in the last couple of months . it looks like worship street rump holding has now whittled down to 1,150,000 shares they having sold 1,400,000. This is a significant sale and has taken them below 3% so there should have been an RNS. Anyway someone with 45,000£ could clear out the overhang for good!
capt bligh
04/1/2013
18:04
I'd imagine Brian's already been in contact with MI. As I said on the ZULU (2013) thread a few days ago, both OMIP & fellow IDSX company SPRP (Sprue Aegis) are my picks for 2013. I can't see by either and wouldn't be surprised to see share price appreciation on both well in excess of 50% this year. Both fantastic small caps generating consistent earnings growth, cash, net cash on the b/s & offering a progressive dividend policy...with the "must have" ingredient of excellent management teams. My big complaint is that we are 4 days into the New Year...and NO RNS released by MI!!! What's the world coming to? ;-) Regards, GHF
glasshalfull
04/1/2013
15:06
Suggest you ring up Michael Infante and ask him about your questions, found him very approachable Brian, and if you like what you hear.... ......I'll just say some of us think 4.2p is very cheap! :)
microscope
04/1/2013
13:30
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-20908845 "Virgin France is to declare itself insolvent, the latest music chain to fail against a backdrop of consumers shifting to buying digital music" ... or are they just downloading for free? [A mystery to me!]
briangeeee
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
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