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Zoo Digital Group LSE:ZOO London Ordinary Share GB00B1FQDL10 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.00p +2.63% 117.00p 115.00p 119.00p 117.00p 113.00p 114.00p 73,966 15:21:31
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 20.4 -3.6 -4.9 - 87.08

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17/1/2019
13:05
“The extra cash will help to pay for Netflix's huge investment in original shows and films and finance the heavy debt it has assumed to ward off rivals such as Amazon, Disney and AT&T.” Evidently approx 18 BILLION dollars expected to be Netflix 2018 investment in material. Would be very interesting to know Zoos portion of that as a preferred partner .....
peachie 74
16/1/2019
23:09
hxxps://www.zoodigital.com/news/berlinale-2019-cloud-dubbing-revolution “ a few exciting surprises around the corner “ “ see if you can pry some of the new announcements coming from team Zoo” 2 quotes from the above article...... sounds good !
peachie 74
16/1/2019
12:37
Https://finance.yahoo.com/news/netflix-raising-prices-58m-us-140131141.html?.tsrc=daily_mail&uh_test=1_11 The extra cash will help to pay for Netflix's huge investment in original shows and films and finance the heavy debt it has assumed to ward off rivals such as Amazon, Disney and AT&T. Dubbing and subtitle payments included? ;-)
lauders
11/1/2019
11:14
A small mention here about ZOO. Hopefully 2019 will see a better performance by the end of the year. Not sure where the bold info comes from but looks good to me! The year’s top performer, Zoo Digital, however, still rose a strong 79% in 2018 — yet down significantly from its mid-2018 peak. The London-listed company continues to benefit from strong demand for media localization generated by the rise of streaming providers such as Netflix and others. Https://slator.com/financial-results/2018-was-a-mixed-bag-for-listed-language-service-providers/
lauders
11/1/2019
01:51
New piece on the ZOO website about their upcoming attendance at NATPE in Miami USA: Https://www.zoodigital.com/news/natpe-miami-everything-you-need-to-know What is NATPE Miami? NATPE Miami brings together top industry decision-makers and innovative content creators from around the globe into a buzzing three-day conference. Held at the iconic Fontainebleau Miami Beach, NATPE is the perfect place to get to grips with the dynamics of media and content on the global stage, as well as network with creative minds across every sector of the TV and movie industry. Summarized beautifully by the legendary Jane Fonda... “Television didn't destroy movies, and streaming isn't going to destroy networks. It's just going to make us all better if we allow that to happen and work together. That's what's so great about NATPE, it's going to help us all work together." – Jane Fonda
lauders
10/1/2019
15:55
Heading up nicely now?
chartsworth
10/1/2019
09:58
Netflix is still loss making and if interest rates rise and QE discontinued then companies like Netflix will find things harder so lets not get carried away. Brokenbuckles-have a look at SOG-another contract this morning! Now ...back to ZOO.
gerihatrick
10/1/2019
08:57
Goldman Sachs analyst on Cnbc yesterday discussing how Netflix will be expanding their offering in 2019.I think they upgraded the shares from around $300 to $400.Zoo must be a main beneficiary of this expansion....
ltinvestor
10/1/2019
08:38
Not sure if this is 'frowned upon' but was wondering if the contributors to this board could share what else they own or are looking at? I'm in Prism and Frontier Developments and Keystone. Difficult to find other ideas. Don't need investment cases just areas to look. I respect the contributors to this board so opinions welcome.
brokenbuckles
08/1/2019
17:44
600,000 shares traded today at 12:06 hours at 106p and 600,000 traded at 17:06 hours at 108p.
martina pescatore
07/1/2019
20:54
I think management made clear that was an exception as they were trying to get a placing away or some other corporate action. 2018 schedule was the norm.
brokenbuckles
06/1/2019
10:32
Maybe get a trading update this month. We did in 2017
peachie 74
06/1/2019
04:46
Yes I need another word for 2019. Disruptively Retransformational.
amt
05/1/2019
11:53
some might say that 2018 has already ben transformational!
gerihatrick
05/1/2019
11:47
Yes very good. 2019 looks like being transformational.
amt
05/1/2019
10:54
Great post Lauders
peachie 74
05/1/2019
10:26
Some pieces including comments about/from ZOO: Https://slator.com/features/how-rapid-growth-in-2018-transformed-media-localization/ Why Media Companies Need Localization Services Content spend from the main buyers of localization services within media entertainment has continued to rise over the past few years. Most have also been adding additional languages to their offering. Netflix, for example, now produces content in some 40 languages and has an estimated content budget of USD 8bn to USD 13bn in 2018. Video localization is a sub-industry that has so far remained resistant to the rapid advances of neural machine translation that are impacting on many other pockets of the language industry. According to ZOO Digital CEO Stuart Green, the next challenge for LSPs operating in this sector will be in the race to stay ahead of the curve for when, not if, future-state NMT begins to impact on the media entertainment localization space. Green predicts that “it will be a little while before [NMT] technology reaches that kind of capability.” He added that he is not aware of any “significant players in our industry who are using machine translation in any significant way.” Green explained that this is down to the fact that the content to be localized, i.e. primarily dialogue, contains a lot of colloquialisms, cultural references and humor, which means it is highly context-specific. Moreover, dialogue tends to be idiomatic and / or sarcastic, dialectal and punctuated with malformed grammar, which makes it particularly unsuitable for current-state NMT. For now, human translators and, in turn media localizers, are still in high demand. Https://www.independent.ie/business/media/revealed-the-nations-most-important-news-stories-in-2018-37676626.html ÷ The tender process for marketing communications services for the ESB Group has been finalised. The group, which includes Electric Ireland and ESB Networks, has appointed three agencies - Rothco, Zoo Digital and Genesis. The review crossed creative advertising, digital, ongoing design and straight to studio services, and strategic brand planning and brand-building services. Https://slator.com/features/slatorcon-2018-your-definitive-guide-and-key-takeaways/ Stuart Green, ZOO Digital, CEO (London) The CEO of cloud-based media localizer ZOO Digital explained that media localization is one of the fastest growing industry verticals (and one that is still relatively untouched by NMT). Green also confirmed in his presentation that “demand is outstripping supply”. ZOO’s cloud-based model is challenging the traditional ways of providing services such as subtitling, dubbing, and voiceover. Dubbing, for example, would traditionally involve bricks-and-mortar operations and require the voice artist to physically be present at a studio. ZOO’s platform does away with that, allowing talent to work from home. ZOO has struck big over the past two years as Netflix and other over-the-top content (OTT) providers expanded so aggressively across many international markets that the existing media localization infrastructure could barely cope. The result has been exceptional revenue growth and a skyrocketing share price.
lauders
04/1/2019
10:37
I suppose atm, no news is coming out of Zoo to the stock market to get a reaction So the share tends to drift a little. But DYOR and see how Zoo are progressing and it makes these prices seem a bargain.
peachie 74
04/1/2019
10:11
To be honest, if I was paying someone to provide lipsync dubbing, I'd expect their dubbing to match the pictures, not to have them change the pictures to match the dubbing. Also, looking at their demo video (clever though it is) it's a fair way off being used by professionals.
verulamium
04/1/2019
09:52
yes I contacted them on Twitter... don't have any direct contact details with ceo etc
bensug
03/1/2019
15:45
bensug-have you contacted ZOO in relation to this? They might appreciate it.
gerihatrick
03/1/2019
15:29
Taken a position here. A drop of 40% not warranted. Back to 150p by month end.
momentum1
02/1/2019
23:35
Zoo should license or buy this technology - perfect fit.. https://www.bath.ac.uk/announcements/ai-could-make-dodgy-lip-sync-dubbing-a-thing-of-the-past/
bensug
21/12/2018
07:14
Yes they also mention 140% growth in 2 years and aiming for that in 2019
amt
19/12/2018
07:45
Great update. A struggling company does not expand central London operations !
peachie 74
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