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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 7.225 173,916 08:00:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.75 7.70 7.225 7.225 7.225
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 4.01 0.73 0.42 17.2 16
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:07:07 O 33 7.3673 GBX

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One Media Ip Daily Update: One Media Ip Group Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OMIP. The last closing price for One Media Ip was 7.23p.
One Media Ip Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 6.53p and a 12 week average price of 6.53p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.53p.
There are currently 222,446,249 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 66,767 shares. The market capitalisation of One Media Ip Group Plc is £16,071,741.49.
clocktower: Nice steady business but will never be exciting imo but it has been interesting following the thread - thanks folks. I have only invested once in this and came out with a very small profit but I continued to follow the thread but I can see no real movement in the share price 6-9 at best then you have to hit it at the right time. So good luck and re: TCAT - this could just become a valuable business imo but it will take time. CT
spin doctor: Not doubting that TCAT could morph into a very valuable Co. Or not. But personally I don't want unquoted TCAT shares (too small to IPO yet), and as a TCAT manager I wouldn't want the administrative burden and hassle of a distributed shareholder base. I'm assuming that the number of OMIP shareholders is in double figures ;.)
harrogate: Agree it needs to be independent but selling it at thus stage after funding it would be bad for us. It needs to be less than 50% owned by OMIP and the best way to get to that is for OMIP to distribute the shares in TCAT to us to achieve that and then TCAT can attract funding. TCAT could be worth more than OMIP if it really does what is says it does.
spin doctor: C'est moi. Sorry to disappoint you ;.) The opportunity to buy at 7p or so was too good for me to resist. The story remains intact IMV: - Selective acquisition of resilient income-producing assets. - Boutiqus style alongside TCAT/Harmony giving some measure of competitive advantage against Hip/RoundHill and smaller players. - TCAT 'spice' in the mix. High dispersion of outcomes for that, and certainly not a long-term focus - small experienced senior team who IMV have highly disciplined (rigid?) approach and high integrity Of course - it is a nanocap, off the radar of the vast majority - I wish it would distribute more of the cash being generated - 'Marketing' of the PI opportunity is arguably not the best - there are a bunch of risks not least 'key person' - current share price constrains expansion strategy - more could be done to illustrate the value within the portfolio. I think that will come. I understand why long-term holders may see OMIP as perpetual jam tomorrow; I hope that a testy Autumn in the markets generally alongside positive news flow from OMIP will restore that confidence as it rerates. I note RoundHill results out. Have yet to digest those.
spin doctor: Hipgnosis share price strong I see. UKP/USD steady. On social media, OMIP CEO hinting at a particular 'special situation' acquisition. And "looking to complete more deals in to the 'fall'". TCAT EIS deal will take a little while to close, but seems highly likely to complete. I'm happy to wait, and either the market will recognise the intrinsic value and rerate the sp, or value will out in other ways.
harrogate: They said in the interims that they've spent £4m - mostly post period end. The attraction as I see it is as follows : Their content at the current share price is being valued at around 5 x NPS while they are currently paying 11.7 x so I can't see why they shouldn't be valued at least 10 x which would be 16p a share. They also have TCAT which they intend to spin out in some way. If this really is what they say it could be worth the current share price on its ownHaving said all that this has been true for a while and the price remains stuck
melody9999: Cenkos note out: Applying a conservative 8x Net Publisher Share (NPS) multiple to OMiP’s FY21E royalty income would imply a share price of 12.9p (45% upside). We reaffirm our Buy rating.
harrogate: I thought it was a bit lacklustre in fact. While the currency impact was a one off and expected we have still gone backwards in earnings. We are valued at about 6 times our NPS so raising money at this price to buy content at 12 times sounds like value destruction for shareholders. TCAT better be good or we are really going to struggle to get the share price moving north on this strategy. I am a very long term holder but can't see the catalyst for progress without TCAT
harrogate: Interesting news about TCAT. We should finally see what this is all about and what it might be worth as a separate entity outside of OMIP core business. If this really is a major anti piracy tool that can create growing SaaS revenues it could be worth a substantial percentage of the current share price. For me this is the big opportunity to have a step change in the share price.
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://twitter.com/glasshalfull1/status/1122397396716093440?s=12 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://www.newomip.bitnamiapp.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/190418-One-Media-iP-Company-Information.pdf (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 cash...so 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
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