CEO and Director Company Name Motive Television plc Dates Employed Jul 2009 – Sep 2016 Employment Duration 7 yrs 3 mos Location London, Barcelona, Casablanca, New York Motive was a provider of enabling new digital technologies and services to the broadcasting industry serving the global marketplace. The most demanded new development in television is the ability to watch what you want when you want, and on any device you want. Motive's platform of integrated modular technologies provides broadcasters and pay video providers exactly that. Motive offers TV Anytime technology that enables broadcasters to optimize their existing assets, re-purpose content libraries for additional revenues, and provide viewers time shifting and video-on-demand over terrestrial networks. The TV Anywhere technology permits broadcasters and pay television networks the ability to offer the viewer the ability to watch his home television on any internet-connected device or smartphone anywhere. Together, Motive provides TV Anytime Anywhere.
Co-Founder and President Company Name The Acorn Consulting Group, Inc. Dates Employed Feb 1985 – Present Employment Duration 32 yrs 1 mo Location New York City Acorn specializes in helping new and young businesses launch, develop, and rapidly grow. For the past 27 years, we have helped numerous entrepreneurs take their concepts from an idea to a successful business in the USA and in Europe.
Motive Television PLC (“the Company”) entered into administration on 26 August 2016. Jeremy Karr and Ian Franses of Begbies Traynor were appointed as Joint Administrators. The affairs, business and property of the Company are managed by the Joint Administrators who act as the Company’s agents and without personal liability. If you are a creditor, investor or other stakeholder of the Company and wish to communicate with the Joint Administrators please do so by writing to Begbies Traynor, 24 Conduit Place, London, W2 1EP.
Its possible that we get taken over as a going concern or broken up and sold off, however although i hope to get some money back i would suggest its better to right it off as its unlikely. The money if any goes to everyone else and investors are the last inline
seems those links only take you to all the rns so just for you scb..
rns dated 04/02/16 The Company also announces that it has agreed to issue 1,066,666,666 Ordinary Shares at a price of £0.00009 to a supplier to the Company and an adviser to the Company in lieu of fees amounting to £96,000. Application will be made for the 1,594,444,444 shares to be admitted to trading on AIM. Admission is expected to become effective and dealings are expected to commence on AIM on 10 February 2016. Following the issue of the shares, the Company will have 2,835,796,544 Ordinary Shares in issue.
rns dated 15/02/16
MOTIVE TELEVISION PLC Trading on AIM for the under-mentioned securities has been temporarily suspended from 15/02/2016 7:30am, pursuant to AIM Rule 1.
SCB really nice of you to take the time and trouble to correct me....unfortunatly if you had taken the same time and trouble to get your facts correct then you would have realised there was really no need..
have added the above to save you some effort.... Marc Ortmans was one of the suppliers issued with shares on the 04/02/16 admitted for trading on the 10/02/16 and trading suspended on the 15/02/16....so yes i was incorrect infact he had 5 days to offload some or all of his shares, but for some reason known only to him he decided not to...NOT ONE SINGLE SHARE....read into that what you want but it gives me a glimmer of hope.
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