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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
One Media Ip Group Plc OMIP London Ordinary Share GB00B1DRDZ07 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Low Price High Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 7.75 7.75 7.75 7.75 7.75 08:00:00
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One Media Ip OMIP Dividends History

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harrogate: Excellent set of numbers and rightly resulted in share price move north. Cenkos say fair value 12.7p and given streaming growth and 85% recurring revenue that looks a bit light really. Very happy to hold and see this play out
harrogate: Very positive AGM statement and they are really focused now it seems. Lots of places you could see news flow coming from and with a dividend to help it is hard to see many bumps in the road here now to stop a steady rise back towards a double figure share price -
yump: (with apologies to Genesis for the title idea) Streaming has been taking over from downloads and One Media have had a troubled time over the last few years adapting. However, the signs are that they are now on a growth path again. The share price chart pretty much illustrates what’s been happening. Today’s trading update is positive and backed up by reinstatement of a dividend. The business is pretty simple: One Media buys rights to music/video and then earns royalties when they are streamed. It’s a small business at the moment, so they have not been buying the rights to major artists, or currently trendy ones, which cost millions. They’ve been buying up the long tail of music rights, that is likely to have an audience for the next xx years. That potentially gives a stable and long term repeat revenue stream. The key has been to find royalties that can be bought for a modest price/royalty earnings ratio, from artists that may not have the tech., capital or means to expand or optimise their streaming market. OMIP’s aim is to add to the current royalty stream by doing just that in various ways. They also have TCAT which is a copyright monitoring tool, used by some of the major labels. A recent aim is to purchase parts of rights, as an asset release for some artists. This potentially opens up a wider range of artists, from which OMIP can find increasing royalty streams. They have in the last year or so spent approx. £6mln on rights and another £4mln before that. This current year will be the first full year of those rights fully contributing their royalty streams. Timing seems opportune – they look to be ready to grow again, the chart has been flat for a while and the overall market is definitely not in a bull phase ! Previous thread: Masses of information on there courtesy of GHF. Last set of financials: Financial Highlights · Revenue increased 30% to GBP3,508,891 (2018: GBP2,702,374) · EBITDA increased 39% to GBP1,076,724 (2018: GBP773,701) · Operating profit increased 38% to GBP878,914 (2018: GBP638,758) · Cash at 31 October 2019 of GBP860,611 (2018: GBP5,576,379) Operational and Post-Period Highlights * Completed five acquisitions totalling US $6.9 million * Catalogue of Locomotive Records for US $750,000 * Publishing and songwriter's rights of Michael Dulaney for US $850,000 * Songwriter's share of Cole Taylor songs for an initial consideration of US $260,000 * Publishing and songwriter's of 'God's not Dead' by Daniel Bashta for US $725,000 * Publishing and master rights of Philip Wesley for a total cash consideration of US $4.25m Worth noting the last and largest purchase had a maximum of one month contribution to these (last year's) figures.
harrogate: As a long term holder here it has been a long haul. I am happy that this has come out and been resolved. I didn't like the expensive debt but did participate in the placing as I thought the big hitters would bring content. It seems they didn't so it is back to plan A. I would be amazed if the content they have bought is not working out and I do think they will issue an update soon when the directors get on board. The content they have bought this year never mind the old stuff is worth more than the current share price. I am ok to hold on for another few years as I think value will come out. Would be nice to see the share overhang places with a decent institution
yump: I suppose theyve still got the money to buy rights, but the old ‘strategic review’ must mean the strategy is not working. ‘Strategic review’ always means 30%+ off the share price. My take is that as I wondered a while ago, they have been late to the rights buying market and are paying too much, so the returns are not enough.
glasshalfull: Good morning guys, I’m currently compiling a write-up on the constituents in my portfolio. I’ve enclosed a link to my post on Twitter as unable to copy over the table. HTTPS:// I’d also like to draw your attention to the presentation that OMIP have put up on their web site. I enjoyed a call with the Chairman & CEO recently. Both were comfortable with the pipeline of acquisitions. They reiterated that each catalogue & potential acquisition different & that it’s up to OMIP to exploit each by sweating the assets. HTTP:// (2) OMIP (One Media iP) - War Chest for acquisitions * Share Price 5.5p * M/Cap £7.5m * Enterprise Value £3.5m (£4m NET CASH on the balance sheet) * Shares in Issue 135.6m * Stock Rank (Contrarian) 51 (Quality 83 / Value 71 / Momentum 2) Michael Infante, CEO had the foresight in the early 2000's to recognise that digital media was the new growth area as CD sales plateaued. He positioned the company to take advantage to these shifting trends in consumer behaviour during the next decade. They grew earnings considerably between 2009 - 2014 via digital downloads after amassing a catalogue of over 250,000 music tracks. I was fortunate to enjoy the ride & the share price rose from 1.5p to 20p in this timeframe, a 13x bagger, BUT the market changed once more & the download market fell off a cliff with the the new streaming model unable to pick up the slack until 2017-18 when an inflexion point was reached. The share price consequently retraced to the current 5.5p level. During this rollercoaster ride OMIP have remained profitable & retained a net cash position throughout. In FY18 Michael Infante implemented the next planned phase of growth through the heavyweight appointments of Lord Michael Grade & Ivan Dunleavy (former CEO of Pinewood Studios) & through a mixture of loan notes & equity raised £8.9m gross proceeds at 6p in Sept 18 to embark on the acquisition of music publishing rights, artist recordings and songwriters’ rights. FY18 results were released earlier this month & confirmed that OMIP increased op profit +94% to £639k & finished the period with £4m net they are only on an EV of £3.5m with a WAR CHEST for acquisitions. IMHO the market are attributing negligible value to their content library iP which they’ve spent £6.2m to date. They also have the £4m net cash plus a few other growth opportunities. So we have: - * Music Catalogue of +250,000 tracks including “Points Classic” catalogue (acquired for $1.6m in 2014) of 5,000 classical recordings which allows synchronisation deals with film, tv & advert productions * Video catalogue of 10,000 hours content & 20 YouTube channels to monetise * Content Policing Software - Technical Copyright Analysis Tool (“TCAT") - which has now been taken up by 2 x of the major record labels to utilise the product as SaaS. This is a tool for "content policing", protecting ownership rights across the multiple digital platforms & I envisage they’ll look to expand this into other markets * Men & Motors - OMIP own this property which provided 43 million minutes of viewing in 2018 & has over 114k subscribers Brokers Panmure have reinstated coverage with a 10p price target or +82% upside on the current share price. Panmure rebased their previous EPS targets on the back of the Sept 2018 placing as OMIP are only now starting to deploy proceeds, spending a total of $1.6m combined so far on a Spanish record label which is strong in Latin American territories & an American country music songwriters composition catalogue. The forecasts below therefore have plenty opportunity for upgrades as they deploy the monies raised, while they also have a further £4.1m of unused BGF facilities to deploy. Yr end Oct Revenue Adj PBT Dil EPS 2017 £2.34m £298k 0.35p 2018 £2.7m £487k (+63%) 0.4p (+14%) 2019e £3.2m £600k (+23%) 0.3p (Analyst current low ball EPS forecast as company still to deploy most of placing monies & sitting on £4m net cash) 2020e £3.7m £900k (+50%) 0.4p (+33%) 2021e £4.1m £1.1m (+22%) 0.5p (+25%) OMIP are now benefitting from the growth in music streaming across the globe & I believe that once they have deployed the £7.6m cash at their disposal we will observe operational gearing kicking in. Simply put, the business model provides good visibility on revenues as they collect a small % every time one of their songs is streamed & further acquisitions should provide the opportunity for material upgrades in the PBT & EPS forecasts once the cash is deployed. Therefore the risk/ reward proposition is skewed to the upside in my opinion. The share price soared once before ... & I reckon there are a number of drivers to give it a good kick forward 👟⚽A039; once again! Kind regards, GHF
glasshalfull: Afternoon yump Prompted to log in having received an email alert to a post on the OMIP thread. An unusual occurrence. Many thanks for the link. Share price down (-50%) since the end August 2018. Gone from 10p level to 5p today...with the 6p placing responsible for a (-40%) retrace, with macro events, lack of newsflow & illiquidity in the market during December responsible from the most recent fall from the 6p area to 5p. I had a short call with MI at the turn of the year. Like yourself I expected they probably had deals lined up following the September raise, & in light of the team attending to brief investors at Mello London. Anyway, I was reassured that MI & team have not felt the need to go after any deal simply to have something newsworthy. A deal for deals sake! He also understood the frustration investors have as essentially save for a short but positive trading statement there has been radio silence for the last few months. AIU they have made approaches to acquire but he stressed they will not pay over the odds. I’ve spoken with MI for neigh on 9 years & he always stressed paying a fair price throughout...and I don’t contend it will be any different this time. He also mentioned that they are working on other projects & expects there to be a ramp up in newsflow in 2019. When I last looked the m/cap was c.£6.5m & I envisage they’ll have c.£4m net existing business valued at peanuts (EV £2.5m) despite back on a growth trajectory & delivering positive cashflow as the growth in music streaming will have benefitted their library of > 250,000 tracks. They indicated positive trading which was in-line. This should equate to delivery of £600k PBT for year ended Oct 2018 before costs of the placing. Also worth reiterating that Panmure previously had £900k pencilled in for 2019 prior to the September fundraise. I’ve picked up stock between 4.1p-5.5p in recent months...not all the reported trades are sales & often stock available at the bid price. In summary, I don’t believe MI would have made a play for the big-time & diluted himself significantly from 50% a few years ago to c.20% unless confident in the opportunity. I originally invested here when the shares were 1p on PLUS markets & they rose to the heady heights of 20p shortly after the move to AIM. Yes, last few years have been v difficult with the tap to the download market turned off overnight BUT the continued growth of streaming, development of TCAT & with considerable cash in the bank & available to draw down, will hopefully find OMIP developing annuity style revenues via acquisitions in the composer/ music publishing market to augment the performance rights they currently have. We’ll all be in a better position to assess the strategy when they announce the first acquisition(s). As for timeframe, well I’d hope to hear some news prior to results in March. Disclosure As usual, talking my own book. I own >1% equity Kind regards, GHF
glasshalfull: OMIP Evening folks. Whirlwind few days. Mello London was an overwhelming success with the investment community appreciative of “Davidosh” & excellent team in organising such a content rich event with fantastic speakers, presentations & exhibitors. There was something for every investor. Michael Infante & team attended the event to provide a presentation but unfortunately they weren’t running a stand. Perhaps something to consider next time, as I witnessed a better appreciation in those companies that did so. The APC stand, for example, demonstrated products, had their CEO & a Divisional head engage with the investors who then left with Mojito, Kir Royale or Gin lollipops. This resulted in a jam packed presentation, considerable social media comment & a share price +8% in the last few days. Photo of the stand available via the link below. HTTPS:// I volunteered to assist at Mello (it’s run by investors) so only had time for a quick snap of Michael’s presentation which I posted on Twitter. (See link below) HTTPS:// That said, Michael delivered an excellent presentation covering the evolution of the company & rationale behind the recent placing. He also explained that the composer/ music publishing market is fragmented & great opportunity for OMIP to acquire in this space to augment the performance rights they currently have. There’s more info regarding the various opportunities contained in the placing document Overall, an assured presentation & I’m certain this is first of many steps at improving investor engagement as the company ramps up in scale. I’ve suggested the use of PI World who have been excellent in providing investors with company presentations & updates on results or major announcements as a means to get the story out. The company are certainly receptive to the idea. As for shareprice, I wouldn’t read anything into the tick down. I simply put it down to poor markets & a drift in the absence of news. There have only been a few share trades recently & OMIP are certainly not alone in observing a decline in the share price. The first news of acquisitions will offer the opportunity to evaluate the new strategy & determine the multiple they are likely to pay for rights. Kind regards, GHF
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
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
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