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Last Posted: 13 Mar '14



13 Mar '14


Hi,

When have you known any of the directors not do what they have said a statement...

I cannot recall anytime.....in fact they have always...

The sales were part of a small bonus option, and not particularly large ones......they are paid much less than UK directors.

I would be very surprised if they did not buy back at these prices....

GL
4 Mar '14


Posted on wrong board....sorry guys
4 Mar '14


Meant for another board
4 Mar '14


Seems IMO that having an audience of 130 million unique users can explain a lot of revenue and profits.

Profits come from Suppling a unique search to some of the largest digital media companies in the world just for starters.

Then there is the video advertising attached to the online content, this is the most profitable advertising available not paid per click....

I do not even know this industry...but there seems to be ample reasons to make money and it would not be linked to per click static adverts....the timeline below only goes to 2012, but enough evidence of a huge market for quality advertisers and not reliant on some out of date redundant software to tap....

August 2008: Launch of blinkx Remote, a directory of full-length TV shows online for the US and UK.[14]

December 2008: blinkx introduces the Un-roll Unit, a new ad unit for online video.[15]

April 2009: Acquires some of the assets of the bankrupt Zango company under its Pinball Corporation subsidiary.[16]

August 2009: blinkx joins YouTube, Hulu, and Yahoo! on Nielsen’s Top 10 Video Sites.[17]

April 2010: The company launches Behavioral Targeting through blinkx AdHoc.[18]

May 2010: blinkx launches mobile video search site.[19]

July 2010: blinkx announces the launch of a new mobile API (Application Programming Interface).[20]

October 2010: blinkx launches blinkx Beat for Google TV.[21]

October 2010: The company launches Cheep social shopping service.[22]

November 2010: blinkx achieves profitability and positive operating cash flow, doubles revenue year on year.[23]

February 2011: blinkx introduces TV API (Application Programming Interface).[24]

February 2011: blinkx announces partnership with woomi, the new connected TV destination from Miniweb Interactive, the cloud-based video distribution platform.[25]

February 2011: blinkx announces the blinkx app will be available on Boxee.[26]

April 2011: blinkx announces the acquisition of Burst Media, an online media and technology company headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts. This acquisition brought 35 million hours of online video and TV to Burst Media’s audience of over 130 million unique users.[27]

May 2011: blinkx announces the blinkx app is available on Roku.[28]

October 2011: blinkx Appoints Frank Pao Executive Vice President of BusinessAffairs and General Counsel.[29]

November 2011: blinkx Announces Partnership With Orb Networks to Bring 35 Million Hours of TV, Video and Audio to Orb TV and Orb BR Users.[30]

November 2011: blinkx acquires Prime Visibility Media Group (PVMG).[31]

January 2012: blinkx receives a U.S. Patent for Moving Thumbnails technology.[32]

February 2012: blinkx CEO Suranga Chandratillake Selected for San Francisco Business Times 40 Under 40[33]

March 2012: blinkx Surpasses 100 Million Global Monthly Unique Visitors.[34]

I am not invested, but on the evidence i see once this blows over i will be.

Reading the posts helps me try understand and research the business.

G
3 Mar '14


Seems IMO that having an audience of 130 million unique users can explain a lot of revenue and profits.

Profits come from Suppling a unique search to some of the largest digital media companies in the world just for starters.

Then there is the video advertising attached to the online content, this is the most profitable advertising available not paid per click....

I do not even know this industry...but there seems to be ample reasons to make money and it would not be linked to per click static adverts....the timeline below only goes to 2012, but enough evidence of a huge market for quality advertisers and not reliant on some out of date redundant software to tap....

August 2008: Launch of blinkx Remote, a directory of full-length TV shows online for the US and UK.[14]

December 2008: blinkx introduces the Un-roll Unit, a new ad unit for online video.[15]

April 2009: Acquires some of the assets of the bankrupt Zango company under its Pinball Corporation subsidiary.[16]

August 2009: blinkx joins YouTube, Hulu, and Yahoo! on Nielsen’s Top 10 Video Sites.[17]

April 2010: The company launches Behavioral Targeting through blinkx AdHoc.[18]

May 2010: blinkx launches mobile video search site.[19]

July 2010: blinkx announces the launch of a new mobile API (Application Programming Interface).[20]

October 2010: blinkx launches blinkx Beat for Google TV.[21]

October 2010: The company launches Cheep social shopping service.[22]

November 2010: blinkx achieves profitability and positive operating cash flow, doubles revenue year on year.[23]

February 2011: blinkx introduces TV API (Application Programming Interface).[24]

February 2011: blinkx announces partnership with woomi, the new connected TV destination from Miniweb Interactive, the cloud-based video distribution platform.[25]

February 2011: blinkx announces the blinkx app will be available on Boxee.[26]

April 2011: blinkx announces the acquisition of Burst Media, an online media and technology company headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts. This acquisition brought 35 million hours of online video and TV to Burst Media’s audience of over 130 million unique users.[27]

May 2011: blinkx announces the blinkx app is available on Roku.[28]

October 2011: blinkx Appoints Frank Pao Executive Vice President of Business Affairs and General Counsel.[29]

November 2011: blinkx Announces Partnership With Orb Networks to Bring 35 Million Hours of TV, Video and Audio to Orb TV and Orb BR Users.[30]

November 2011: blinkx acquires Prime Visibility Media Group (PVMG).[31]

January 2012: blinkx receives a U.S. Patent for Moving Thumbnails technology.[32]

February 2012: blinkx CEO Suranga Chandratillake Selected for San Francisco Business Times 40 Under 40[33]

March 2012: blinkx Surpasses 100 Million Global Monthly Unique Visitors.[34]

I am not invested, but on the evidence i see once this blows over i will be.

Reading the posts helps me try understand and research the business.

G


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