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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Zinc Media Group Plc LSE:ZIN London Ordinary Share GB00BJVLR251 ORD 0.125P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 60.50 58.00 63.00 62.75 60.50 60.50 2,032 08:00:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 30.6 -4.1 -76.0 - 10

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08/2/2021
10:51
The business has been reorganised many times, with each mew board they say they have sorted out the past mistakes but in reality just keep raising money to pay their fat salaries of them and their sidekicks that they bring along to shore up their positions, until such time to hand it over to the next bunch of talkers that can talk the talk but not delivery anything of value to shareholders. Remind us how long that the current CEO has been sorting this out, he did not join the company just a few months ago - of course he can blame COVID19 - so something for him to fall back on. Still the next set of figures will start to tell the true story of how much they are being supported by shareholders funds, rather than business profits. Jam tomorrow!! DYOR
clocktower
08/2/2021
09:04
I agree, they have done the obvious things ie recent presentation and q&a. No magic bullet as new investors most likely pi as not many inst will touch companies this small. Happy to wait and nibble away as haven't got many recovery plays. Might watch their latest production on bbc 2 on trump
slicethepie
08/2/2021
08:48
The problem now is the overhang. The company is fine, in good hands. Any Rns should be a contract Rns. Where do you drum up interest to clear this huge seller in a market where nobody wants to invest and punters do like to buy overhang stocks ? I bet if if jumped 20% there would be buyers all over it. Still under 61p to buy online
dave4545
08/2/2021
08:14
Agree 100%, I have struggled to find recovery plays but this ticks a lot of boxes from experienced management to the credible recovery strategy which they have put in place over the past 15 months. There is consolidation in the space so at risk of t/o but it does have a v strong shareholder in herald which would ensure a good price. Hard to predict when business really picks up but it will.
slicethepie
07/2/2021
20:15
Really impressed by the boss of Zin, very confident presentation. He used to he high up in Itn and has good history of turning things around. I reckon when this overhang goes it will race up to 100p but for now it's a brutal overhang, now under 61p to buy and that is despite a string of almost 100k of buys in the last 4 weeks compared with less than 3000 of sales.
dave4545
05/2/2021
17:32
I think he has done far more than convince he has taken significant action including reorganised the business, putting profit as the priority, taken production in house etc. Media businesses are notorious for bad financial management so his approach is sensible. I have no history with this company so looking forwards and not backwards.
slicethepie
05/2/2021
15:15
He seemed to suggest that he and the CFO's history would be enough to convince some investors that they could succeed in preventing the ship from sinking, where others had failed, not only that he like his previous directors might also just sail away into the sunset and end up blaming COVID19, as they really liked to use the slide to emphasize the impact of the virus. It seems to me that he is banking on his old pals act with the contact at Amazon and it is though that come the summer the virus will be a thing of the past. We could well be hit with all sorts of other strains or mutations that might cause new lockdowns and as it is travel might become a lot more costly for film crews etc, if they have to hole up in hotels for 10 days or so before they can start work in other countries. Maybe they should consider making a program based on "Did China weaponize the Virus for economic purposes, and what might be the long term effects"
clocktower
05/2/2021
14:49
I was more impressed, if this did not have such a dreadful history I think the actions taken would have been seen far more positively. I think he has a real grip on the business and when more business arrives numbers will move quite quickly. I am unsure of what worried you about payments, the key is understanding whether a customer pays quickly or not, if slow then factoring is relatively cheap. I am very reassured by the financial backing of its largest shareholder without this it would be v risky. The industry is seeing consolidation so this could be a target. As with all recovery stocks hard to value but when you add in the large tax losses this looks cheap v quickly as revenue increases. Dyor
slicethepie
05/2/2021
14:00
Not sure those were both sells. I can buy at 60.89p right now.
1gw
05/2/2021
12:25
Since the start of the presentation there have been two sells, maybe he turned a couple off. 1. He admitted they still do not have sufficient work to make the company profitable. 2. They are taking on more staff, mainly it seems in sales 3. The issues he raised about payments for work undertaken are very concerning indeed. 4. Likes to wave his hands around when talking. 5. When he spoke of comments on Blogs it suggested to me he follows the thread. 6. In fairness though he accepted the very critical comments that one poster in particular has posted on this thread, or so it seemed to me. 7. Hence new CTO in June I guess. Still a long way to go it seems and unlikely to recover for at least two years, if ever. If this were a large company I would take a short position, in light of his comments.
clocktower
05/2/2021
11:59
Another good, confident performance I thought - clearly trying hard to tell it how it is. For shareholders, it means having to wait nervously through 1H to see what further hits the covid restrictions might land, before hopefully seeing things pick up meaningfully in 2H and into next year. Undeniably an element of jam tomorrow about it, but that's what turnarounds are about, isn't it?
1gw
05/2/2021
11:20
Loss making business closed or restructured. Other cost savings made
dave4545
05/2/2021
11:18
https://presentations.investormeetcompany.com/conferences/3e84979f6997/bigroom Impressive start 7 returning series 10 Productions to be shown in Feb Big deal with Amazon Big deal for BBC1 yet to be disclosed for March onwards.
dave4545
03/2/2021
11:47
I have registered and intend to watch. I thought the last one was very good, in terms of presentation, except for the technical glitch.
1gw
03/2/2021
09:01
I have registered so unless something else comes up that is more productive I will watch the presentation and let you know.
clocktower
03/2/2021
08:50
Well watch and let me know what you think
toffeeman
03/2/2021
07:49
Judging by what you say about his previous performance, it sounds it’s going to be a bit of a limp event, maybe there might be a few questions that will help put a bit of life into it, and just maybe he has had a bit of coaching how to performer in front of a camera. Maybe a member of his staff follows this BB Toffee, and if so might report that one of his shareholders thinks he is a weak perform, so you never know he might swallow a little blue pill to help him perform this time.
clocktower
02/2/2021
16:24
I don't think he is a great performer (I watched the last one) - the thing is that Zinc should have been creaming it over the lockdowns and I don't think they have been. Programmes are being produced, directed and edited remotely and so no need for big head office with equipment and overheads. Not sure how the board adds any value. If my shares were outside my SIPP and ISA, I would have sold and offset the loss against gains elsewhere to reduce CGT liability. Fortunately Zin is a very small part of the portfolio so I will probably leave and forget (not rational I know).
toffeeman
02/2/2021
16:00
Hi Toffee, Good to hear from you and your thoughts on their skills when it comes to predictions. If they had told you that the share would be 60p when investing at sub 1p you would have questioned it but because they would have failed to tell you how they were going to do that, allows them to make it look like there has been progress if ant investor failed to DYOR and realise there was massive dilution. :-) Still, I signed up to see how good a performer he is, as I guess it is the forerunner to another fund raise. What is your take on it?
clocktower
02/2/2021
14:19
I have registered, looks very interesting. I have struggled to find genuine recovery stocks as a lot have so much already baked in. The positives for me are turnaround from badly ( financially) run business to sensible, covid bounce as activity returns, strong supportive share register and well financed. Hard to judge how the covid recovery will pan out timing wise but looks well placed for the recovery. I note also the start of corporate activity in this space. Dyor.
slicethepie
02/2/2021
14:19
Hi Clock I haven't signed up yet - not sure what the point is - they ain't gonna tell me the share price will be 200 in three months :) Best
toffeeman
02/2/2021
14:07
Seems there is not much interest in the stock of late and todays RNS. Has anyone registered for the presentation? I posted on the thread started by dave4545 without realising that it was a new thread but I noticed lpl1 had been moderated, so I thought I would pop in here also. Any idea why lpl1 was moderate on the new thread?
clocktower
02/2/2021
14:03
Seems there is not much interest in the stock of late and todays RNS. Has anyone registered for the presentation?
clocktower
31/1/2021
20:58
Good for you, why don't you float on aim then if your so wonderful. This is about Zin
dave4545
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