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One Media LSE:OMIP London Ordinary Share GB00B1DRDZ07 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 6.35p 10,000 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.00p 6.70p 6.35p 6.35p 6.35p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 2.34 0.30 0.38 16.7 8.6

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18/11/201823:09One Media iP - Digital Monetisation of Intellectual Property793

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One Media Daily Update: One Media is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OMIP. The last closing price for One Media was 6.35p.
One Media has a 4 week average price of 5.78p and a 12 week average price of 5.55p.
The 1 year high share price is 14.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.19p.
There are currently 135,603,699 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 133,290 shares. The market capitalisation of One Media is £8,610,834.89.
microscope: They talk in depth about the acquisition strategy in the placing document and because it's something that does interest me as to how the industry works I had a decent read of it. The section headed 'acquisition of music publishing rights and songwriters’ rights' is the most relevant one i think about how they plan to deal with the different facets of managers/artists etc
nextlink: Having held since Ofex days and digested recent announcements I wonder where we are heading. At the beginning of the year we saw a welcome recovery in the sp with an indication of significant growth in the years ahead. At around the same time Michael Grade joined as a Director at a very favorable share price. The best thing to happen to ITV in 2009 was Grade leaving, it's share price says it all. When he left it was around 30 pence. peaking at 280 pence in 2015 and today it is still around 150 pence. Now at the end of August we see a placing at 6 pence, loan notes and options galore at 6 pence. It is the way of the world, but it looks as if most private investors have been thrown under the bus. I will hold what i have and see where this goes, I may be pleasantly surprised, given the war chest they have amassed. I just hope Michael Grade doesn't do an ITV on One Media, a company that has until now always been mindful of it's shareholders, whatever their stake.
glasshalfull: Afternoon microscope & yump. Thanks for your updates. I’ve a few minutes so opportunity for quick response. Yump - You pose a good query. V technical & beyond my ability to answer. With downloads you’ll be well aware that once the track was purchased that was it, a one time only sale. I know they have tried various methods/ algorithms with regard the track ability of streaming, but far more complex to tie down. Think beneficial for you to contact the One Media team who are approachable & im sure they’d be happy to answer your queries & provide a better response to this ham-fisted effort. Microscope - I’m still a PI with excellent brokers. I engage more frequently with the wider investment community these days & perhaps that’s why you think I may be an institutional based investor. In respect of the book-build, my brokers contacted Panmure and placed an order on my behalf. I don’t wish to be too specific on a public forum but happy to confirm it was for a material amount of stock, in excess of 500k but below 2 million shares. If an investor was looking to invest a v small amount in such an opportunity or uses an online platform for their broker, then they wouldn’t get the opportunity in the bookbuild. That’s the value of establishing an account with good brokers. In respect of any lock-in, existing & new investors are simply subscribing for shares that will be issued on 24th/ 25th Sept from memory. There is no lock-in for most placings or issues - save for the mention in the RNS in respect of NineLives who are subscribing for £125k of stock & are subject to a 12 month orderly market arrangement following admission. In theory an existing investor could slice their holding if they’ve obtained shares in the bookbuild. To clarify, I have not sold a single share in OMIP recently, but instead believe it an excellent opportunity to add to my existing holding & I’d also imagine that I would not be invited to take part in such opportunities if I acted in the practice of selling down an existing holding on these circumstances. As for dumping shares if/when they approach 10p...perhaps one could look at it another way... new/existing holders may look to ADD to their holdings if MI & team are delivering. I try & not overcomplicate things. If OMIP generate the earnings growth that we’ve always hoped, then the share price will take care of itself. Hope this assists. Kind regards, GHF
microscope: Fascinating read GHF, as ever your posts encourage interest and reaction. Not least of which is whether you are yourself a pi and/or institutional based investor these days. I know you will understand the potential frustration of long term holders who were not able to participate in the funding, while some it seems were.I don't mean that in any way as a criticism of yourself - as you say you bought higher. too. Knowing me I might have missed it, but is there any lock-in? It does look as though a few sales may be people cashing in previously held shares at higher levels to fund their purchases. I have many other thoughts and questions about likely future direction which I will probably return to if time permits, but for now suspect that gravity being what it is, may guide the share price ever closer to the placing price as investors feel reluctant to pay a premium to the 'better-informed' investors.I am intrigued for certain, but need to delve a lot deeper first.
yump: Shame we couldn't get any shares at 2.5p, then the 6p would give a decent average. Unless they post stunning results at year end, I guess 12p is not going to be reached anytime soon (as in the next few years ?) Although I'm still in profit having bought more when it was in the doldrums, it is becoming very tiresome to say the least, to find that while you're looking at a turnaround share price rise, you suddenly find yourself with 40% less paper value than you had a few weeks ago. Improved results and a reasonable rating seemed certain based on previous forecasts. Now, who the heck knows and who the heck knows how many placees will sell out when they get the chance of a quick profit. Mind you, who the heck is going to buy in any size until there's some signs that earnings per share will give a decent rating. I'm now resigned to yet another long wait, or possibly OMIP being bought out if it appears they have something unique. I note with interest the values quoted in other acquisitions, in the placing details. Is that a coincidence or is it just to smooth existing shareholder waters (it doesn't do it for me). Am I ever going to invest in another media company ? No. Not had one that has delivered and quite a few that tanked, while spinning positive PR, which is of course what they are all good at in the first place.
glasshalfull: Firstly, well done to MI and team!!! Confirms that the business has indeed turned around per the 1st Nov 2017 trading update & pleased to see long term holders observe a significant recovery in the share price. Panmure Gordon have today raised their target price from 10p to 15p. I don’t believe Panmure have factored in any material revenue from TCAT or the Men & Motors development and clearly MI is hoping to utilise the experience of Michael Grade & Ivan Dunleavy to scale up the business further. Whether that be increasing their library or via acquisition, we’ll need to wait & see. Interestingly op margin up from 1% in 2016 to 13% in 2017. They were as high as 22% in 2014, so provides an indication of what PBT may be achievable if they can deliver increased revenue growth & op margins approaching this type of figure. Lastly,re. post 671 - While I welcome LuckyMouse’s enthusiasm, let’s remember this is a micro cap & very illiquid share. I don’t ever remember any technical analysis on this thread, probably because of this very fact. If I or a number of others decide to aggressively buy/sell tomorrow that would determine the share price given the liquidity issues here. I’m with yump in post 674...I’m looking for good companies where the risk/reward is skewed in my favour. May take weeks to unlock or years. MI & team unlocked value here a decade ago and many of us had loaded up at 1.5p - 3p & watched as it topped out at 20p. Let’s hope history is repeating itself ;-) Best to all holders. Kind regards, GHF
yump: There was me thinking the business will drive the share price ;-) In three years, whether it flies through 100%, pulls back or consolidates or not in the next few months won't particularly bother me.
yump: Luckily ? I decided to believe the November update (turning point etc.) and combined with the long flat share price that prompted me to buy quite a few back then. No selling for me until the rating catches up significantly with the forecasts - assuming they come to pass of course, but I think they are quite old and possibly subject to being upgraded. Plus of course if they start delivering growth a lot more notice will be taken by other investors.
yump: I suppose now we are in one of those positions where the share price had become so low that any sign of profits growth will result in that combination of any sort of higher rating multiplied by higher earnings will lead to a jump in share price; be good if it comes to pass. Next years forecast is double+ this year's and they said on track to meet this year's. So perhaps next year's will come into focus soon.
yump: I guess the share price will tell whether folk regard the positive aspects of having the those big names on board will outweigh the low share purchase price.
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