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Consider Going to the Zoo to Leap on the Bandwagon of a Fast Growing Foreign Telly Market

Hello Share Mashers. Having worked in TV and with a daughter in the trade, I like to keep up with the glamorous game. And it’s easy to see that the scene is changing fast. There’s a lot more demand for telly programmes all over the world. And as supply can’t keep up, there’s now a lot of swapping going on between different countries. Older readers will know that once only American tv programmes were acceptable in Blighty because of language considerations. No more.

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This Zoo Stayed Open During the Lockdowns and its Future Might Be a Roaring Success

Hello, Share Casters. Companies connected with TV and films look worth consideration in the present uncertain climate. One of my babies in this field is Zoo Digital (ZOO). It’s produced numbers fairly recently that show Covid has not been a problem for it. And no wonder, when you supply dubbing and subtitles to foreign TV shows. The pandemic confined zillions of us to our sofas – and it was hard for programme makers to keep up their normal output.

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Take Another Look at this Niche Player in what Looks Like a Surging Market

Hello Share Fans. One of my share babies making progress during the lockdowns is Zoo Digital Group (ZOO). This is a niche company which supplies subtitles and dubbing to film and tv companies who want to sell their wares to foreign audiences. And it won’t have escaped your notice that TV channels have been broadcasting loads of foreign shows and films to fill the gaps caused because covid restrictions have limited the making of home grown productions. The share price tells a happy story. It’s risen from 92p to above 130p in three months.

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Zoo Digital – “confirmation of successful fundraising”. Just how successful is it?...

“Confirmation of successful fundraising of £7.4m”-titled announcement from self-styled “world-leading, technology-enabled localisation and media services” group Zoo Digital (ZOO). Just how successful is the fundraising?…

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Let's All Consider Going Back to the Zoo as Telly Watching Booms in Lockdown

Hello, Share Thrashers. Let’s consider one of my earlier recommendations that’s almost doubled in the last three months. This was not a prediction of great genius on my part as the rise was… well, quite predictable. I’m talking about a Sheffield company which is taking advantage of the boom in telly-watching caused by enforced home captivity…

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Sheffield Dubbing King Looks Set to Prosper from Hunt for TV Fillers

Hello, Share Pickers. With ITV announcing a disappointing performance, you might think that the television world is taking a big hit from the virus. But the opposite may be the truth. ITV may have lost a lot of advertising, as there’s no point in blowing your trumpet when the shops are shut. But loads of locked-down folks don’t have enough imagination to turn to their pastimes other than the screen in the corner...

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Zoo Digital – from November “confident in the prospects” to now “significantly below expectations”. Uh oh…

I wrote on Zoo Digital (ZOO) in September (“confident in the prospects”, so why the share price slump? HERE), concluding, despite the shares then falling to circa 140p, that; ‘I thus suggest the valuation leaves no room for any disappointment – and remind that great valuations tend to lead to great disappointment if expectations are not met. Indeed, even if strong growth is delivered, since the valuation is so far from what is being financially produced, there is still significant scope for sentiment to see the shares lower. As such, currently a sell / avoid.’ The shares closed yesterday at 115p and today a “Trading Update”

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Zoo Digital – “confident in the prospects”, so why the share price slump?

An AGM update from tv and movie subtitling and dubbing group Zoo Digital (ZOO) includes “we anticipate overall full year performance will be in line with expectations”. The shares have though responded to the update currently approaching 20% lower, at circa 140p. Hmmm…

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It's Still Zoo Time as I Show Why the Big Dubber is So Favoured by some of the World's Biggest Show Biz Brands

Hello Share Minders. When I first commended Zoo Digital (ZOO) to you in October the share was 63p when it had recently jumped over three months by 300%. Now it’s 149p. So another increase of much more than 100%. But in my view there is scope for even more improvement. I do not have more hard news to back this view, but I have been reviewing why this company is so popular with so many show business brands.

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With a Stunning Client List and a Soaring Share Price, It's Feeding Time at Zoo

Five months ago, this tired old punter suggested you take a look at Zoo Digital (ZOO). Historically, this Sheffield outfit has been a big failure for me. Though I’m gradually clawing back my original stake.

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