Thank you kipper a very polite and informative reply. i admit its hard to argue against most of these points but untill the final curtain comes down i shall live in hope that their is something more to come. you may well be right on all that you say, i could sit here and get bitter towards the company ...i mean at this present time it would not be a unusual reaction. but i will continue to look for the positives and while i can continue to see POSSIBLE scenarios where this company could yet succeed i feel in myself thats the better option.
just the one point, i dont think motive had any intention of appointing administrators....just a means to gain some breathing space imo. 2015 eoy accounts should be posted on companies house website early next week...hopefully. might enlighten us all a little.
Thanks for your detailed response. So long as Motive are still trying to do something... I will keep looking in black and white. Until the moment that they pull something out of the bag that is new and different. (Currently, everything they have is already available from A.N.Other supplier, developer. (It would not take a genius to do what they have done. I'm sure there are spotty geeky teenagers out there that have already coded their own app to link to a mobile tuner. They will probably also add in features like DLNA so that everything is stored on a NAS drive (cloud) rather than being on the device. (I happen to have a spotty geeky son) As I have also said before, what Motive have tried to say they can do with VoD over the air has already been tried and done and failed. TopUpTV. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Top_Up_TV or look at http://www.frequencycast.co.uk/toppingupfreeview.html So in black and white what else could Motive have up their sleeve? BYOD on ships... well there are still no figures for these apart from the pie in the sky potential revenue MTV said they expected. (Lets remember, motive have tried to appoint administrators) Where were these customers? Greece!! This is the country that is well known for paying its bills on time. What eles is there? TV in Turkey... Again I will leave that there. Something in Italy... oh and the big one, Siyaya TV.... I think everyone and his dog has tried to research whats happening with Siyaya!! Do you see a pattern forming here? Promise after promise but nothing happened... Lets add in the Red button and Freeview certification... All the above came on glowing RNS reports. All timely issued to coincide with an issue of shares to raise funds to pay salaries.... Who was the Spanish company? Do you know what they actually did? Why did we owe them money? So yes, I will look in black and white, as Len's multicolored view is what has lost many private investor lots of money. I can assure you, Len has nothing up his sleeve. He is probably sat in the sun counting all his money and thinking, wow, that was easy money.
Good Morning everyone. Kipper it appears that you see everything in black and white, if its not there before your eyes you will not take the time to look for it. firstly TTV uses the standard broadcast system which at this time is atsc 1 and soon to be atsc 3.0 so TTV tuners will have to be redesigned with new tuners or be obsolete in the very near future.
"There is global interest among broadcasters in our technology and concept and if Tablet TV proves successful in San Francisco and the UK it could be extraordinarily valuable to Motive in years to come." small point ...note IN years to come.
Then we have the licence agreements for the united states and canada which coincidently use the standard atsc signal..taken from rns 10/03/15 This agreement also includes "Motive Tablet Technology" which is the Motive Tablet App and that part of the Motive Technology resident within a T-Pod antenna....note that part of the motive technology.
That post is hilarious. Have you read it? Motive have not built or developed around ATSC3?? They have developed an app that will connect to the 3rd party built hardware dongle. That is all. They have not developed software on the dongle, apart from a little tiny bit of firmware. MTV do not give you internet without internet. No internet is broad cast over the TV bandwidth. What is on the TV bandwidth is Teletext. But this is very low. for someone who has invested a lot in MTV, you are still not very clued up on what they actually do. Why will it make it a must have? What USP does it have? What can it do that the latest TV / STB cant?
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