Morning all, Just wondering, with our FREEVIEW deal expected to be in full swing and making money by the time TABLET TV is fully launched in USA could it be that Silver Point will have a buyer for the remaining Granite TV stations and MTV BUY the other 50% of TABLET TV?????????????????????????. ps IGNORE THE NUMPTIES.
Could Nexstar Broadcasting be a future partner for Tablet TV? - Silver Point Capital, principal shareholder of Granite Broadcasting Corp. own 1.60m shares in Nexstar Broadcasting (total shares 30.60m) making a total of 5.20% . Nexstar Broacasting Group NASDAQ (NXST) have a market cap of $1.19 billion (as at 11th April). Their TV networks have 11m viewers in the USA. Big market for Tablet TV.
JoeLeForce@22:00, Sun 14.4.14- I note your comment on Growth Co which is subscription based (own website & on Twitter). I wonder how you could have known about their company recommendations or tips? There is a pad lock on each one of their company notes. On www.growthcompany.co.uk, only the latest Share News is open and free to see and they report on MTV and the DTG testing of the MTV Freeview Tablet TV and so did the Telegraph carry that story. I also posted up a DTG article on MTV and all their schedules of going live and the numbers of the potential market as provided by the statistics. DTG is the digital association in the UK that approves and test Freeview products. Hence, you need to show evidence for what you say because you said you are not a shareholder of MTV and you didnt say you are a paid subscriber of Growth Company either. I note that they also have an latest Share News on Quindell below MTV. So anyone buying Quindell at 5p and now 40p range will be really have done well given that in June or thereabouts this year, they may enter the FT250 and potentially even the FT100 provided they meet the criteria a/c to news reporting?
email@example.com,Sun, 14.4.14--I note your comment on dream and be cynical. So I cite your post," FJET, Sun 22:50-"If route announced are good and there is no problem raising the finance, I think: 1 year 3.8-5p, 2 year -4.5-6.5p. If issue with the route of raising further funding, 1 year 3-4p, 2 years 3-4.5p." On Sun, 00.41am, you posted, "FJET- Such negativity..."
Note: I am not familar with your stance so decided to look at your very recent posting history to gauge your stance. The share price of FJET closed 1.75p (mkt cap £10.76 million) on Fri, 11 April, 2014. I cannot find any recent post on MTV so quoted what you said on FJET. None of us are doing any share predictions on MTV but posting news. So I gather if you are invested, you will naturally be positive for your co also?
Beadwindow@23:06, Sun 14.4.13- I cite your post on Thur, 22.37-"Let*s go-Motive,oh what a week, all the ground breaking news we*ve been waiting for.Another good day tomorrow and we*ll be back whee we were on Mon, yah."
So the tweet from Twitter from a director of a co invested in Motive Television is just a view like your above.
Neither rampers or derampers are responsible for the fall. The company, its nomads, its brokers and the market makers are responsible for the fall. They make their money from putting their money on the table. When investors follow suit they withdraw their money and take part of the investors' money with them. They ensure demand never outstrips supply by flooding the market with low price placing shares that they hold ensuring private investors never make any money. Break even or losses are the crumbs they are thrown.
Often people think that Derampers are responsible for share price fall but in the case of MTV it is the rampers who are responsible for such a low price of this share. The rampers try to create so much hype around any important event that even a above average response to that event lead to a fall in the share price.
This has been going on from last one year with so much positive news flow but the share price is just hovering at the same level. I humbly request all the rampers that please don't create any hype around the testing due at the end of April.
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