shouldn't really mention other companys on here but to answer stillwaiting`s question about moving 2 decimal points 1 company did last year which I know of was REM made me I tidy sum 2, was trading I think around 0.04 to 0.06 and hit just over 2p a share on the day. gl
Please find above a link to the BBC's new proposal for their online content. It may be of interest to some, it may not. I quote I would like to highlight is
"We believe that it won't be long before requests from mobile devices will exceed those from other devices such as computers and other connected devices."
This quote relates to requests for TV services. I can only assume that the BBC has a very experienced marketing team who have obviously worked hard to gather data relating to the need of online mobile content. So much so that as we know they are willing to make a channel exclusive to iplayer and they have now adapted their iPlayer to accommodate mobile tech. I realise that iplayer is independent and requires wifi/internet. However the research has still been made as to the need for on the go tv.
to move 2 decimal points would take a very long time. Personally, I dont think its achievable, certainly not short to mid term. How often has anyone seen shares move a full decimal point from this sort of range.
read the RNSs m8. A lot of people miss what is in black and white in front of them as I pointed out today. MTV is part of an industry standard which is reaching over 110 million homes. What's that worth in advertising alone?
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