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发表于 2013-11-19 11:15 | 显示全部楼层
首要媒体第3季净利6351万  2013-11-19 10:10
   

(吉隆坡18日讯)在良好的成本管理下,首要传媒(MEDIA,4502,主板贸服股)2013财年第三季(截至9月30日止)净利按年上扬8.35%,至6351万6000令吉,高于上财年同期的5862万1000令吉。

此外,第三季营业额则从4亿3721万1000令吉,按年微增0.47%,至4亿3927万7000令吉。

至于首九个月,公司取得1亿5072万6000令吉,按年增10.71%;营业额则按年攀升4.20%,至12亿7138万7000令吉。

派息3仙

同时,公司今日宣布派发每股3仙的第二次单层中期股息。

首要传媒董事经理拿督安林阿瓦鲁汀表示:“我们预计媒体领域在今年末季的营运环境持续面对挑战,因目前并无大型的广告开销节目,除了年杪佳节之外。”

另一方面,今日宣布委任5名主要高层,包括委任拿督阿末达立为集团企业社会责任顾问、拿督沙哈鲁汀为新闻及编辑运作董事、拿督莫哈末阿斯拉夫为集团新闻和时事总编辑、拿督曼迦为新闻和时事副总编辑,以及拿督再努阿里夫为首要媒体数码总执行长。




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发表于 2013-11-20 14:14 | 显示全部楼层
首要传媒 明年广告前景不明朗  2013-11-20 12:34
   



目标价:2.65令吉

最新进展

受惠于成本控制良好,加上非传统广告收入增加,首要传媒(MEDIA,4502,主板贸服股)本财年第3季净利年扬8.35%至6351万6000令吉,营业额则微增0.47%至4亿3927万7000令吉。

公司同时宣布,派发每股3仙的第2次单层中期股息。

行家建议

首要传媒第3季表现中规中矩,虽然非传统广告商(特别是电视和电台)增加,但传统媒体业务(如报章)业绩却下滑,主因是大选时期拉高印刷成本,而且斥资进入新市场(如东马主要城市)等原因。

另一方面,尽管进行中的建设活动影响了业绩,户外媒体业务仍取得按年增8%的成绩。

我们相信,公司将新型户外数码看板放置在人来人往的闹区,成功吸引了更多广告商。

就目前成绩,我们暂不检讨公司的业绩预测,目标价维持2.65令吉。

此外,考虑到2014年广告收入展望因政府进行合理化补贴,以及商家为消费税的来临做准备而不明朗,我们决定给予“中和”评级。


安联研究

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发表于 2013-12-19 19:07 | 显示全部楼层
明年廣告收入強 媒體領域看俏


(吉隆坡19日訊)興業證券研究分析師報告說,媒體領域12月廣告收入(ADEX),或有更強勁表現,且2014年對媒體領域而言屬正面的一年。

 至于2014年提振廣告收入因素,包括達5.4%強于預期國內生產總值成長、主要運動賽事如世界盃和亞運會等。

 報告認為,2月份廣告收入更為強勁,因這是全年季度性表現最為強勁月份。

 “相信今年扣除付費電視廣告收入,2月份廣告收入將取得按年3.5%漲幅,對比去年為2%。”

11月廣告保持成長

 媒體領域11月廣告收入保持成長,分別按月起2.5%和按年增15.7%,截至目前成長20.2%。主要媒體都有正面廣告收入成長表現,其中免付費電視按月漲幅更高于付費電視。

 在今年對媒體領域帶來不穩定影響因素,如大選、消費稅等波動逐漸減退,顯示廣告商或會提升廣告開銷。

 首要媒體(MEDIA,4502,主要板貿易)股價在過去兩周賣壓沉重,相信是從符合伊斯蘭條例名單除名導致。目前首要媒體達5.2%週息率甚具吸引力,而且公司盈利和資產負債表持續改善。

 分析師維持媒體領域“增持”評級,以及首要媒體為領域首選股項,近期的賣壓提供低價累計股票的機會。

 首要媒體股價仍在波動趨勢,休市時報2.61令吉,跌2仙。截至下午4時半,首要媒體報2.61令吉,跌1.5仙,成交量為12萬4700股。
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发表于 2013-12-24 12:50 | 显示全部楼层
下跌股:首要传媒 RM2.45支撑 2013-12-24 12:25


首要传媒(MEDIA,4502,主板贸服股)股价日线趋势于12月23日间滑落,陷入短期巩固回调趋势中,跌破2.80令吉支撑线后收在2.60令吉水平间,按日跌20仙或7.14%。

该股近期股价趋势将会回试2.45-2.59令吉间的支撑。

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发表于 2013-12-30 22:16 | 显示全部楼层
首要媒体委网络电视首席营运员


(吉隆坡30日讯)首要媒体(MEDIA,4502,主板贸服股)委任西蓝保罗(Seelan Paul)为首要媒体网络电视(MPTN)首席营运员,將於2014年1月1日正式生效。

西蓝保罗將负责4个电视台的日常运作,及其他网络电视方面的运作。

首要媒体网络电视首席执行员阿末伊詹欧马(Ahmad Izham Omar)透露,西蓝保罗为首要媒体资深员工,在建立媒体业务方面建树良多。

阿末伊詹欧马补充说道,此项委任將进一步加强首要媒体网络电视的营运,以应付迅速改变及具挑战的媒体行业。

西蓝保罗將保持其在首要媒体电台网络(MPRN)首席执行员一职。

他於2005年加入首要媒体,担任电台网络经理一职,並在2011年成为要媒体电台网络首席执行员。同时,他也曾担任首要媒体网络电视首席策略员一职。
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发表于 2014-1-3 11:31 | 显示全部楼层
MEDIA-EMPLOYEES’ SHARE OPTION SCHEME (“SCHEME”)

MEDIA PRIMA BERHAD

LISTING'S CIRCULAR NO. L/Q : 69597 OF 2014

Kindly be advised that the abovementioned Company’s additional 68,110 new ordinary shares of RM1.00 each issued pursuant to the aforesaid Scheme will be granted listing and quotation with effect from 9.00 a.m., Monday, 6 January 2014.


Announcement Info
Company Name        MEDIA PRIMA BERHAD  
Stock Name        MEDIA   
Date Announced        3 Jan 2014  
Category        Listing Circular
Reference No        NE-140102-57199

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发表于 2014-1-9 11:10 | 显示全部楼层
Media - Football Fever To Fuel Growth
Date: 09/01/2014

Source : RHB
Stock : CATCHA     Price Target : 0.96     |     Price Call : BUY
Last Price : 0.67     |     Upside/Downside :   +0.29 (43.28%)
Source : RHB
Stock : MEDIAC     Price Target : 1.06     |     Price Call : HOLD
Last Price : 0.95     |     Upside/Downside :   +0.11 (11.58%)
Source : RHB
Stock : MEDIA     Price Target : 3.60     |     Price Call : BUY
Last Price : 2.57     |     Upside/Downside :   +1.03 (40.08%)



The  FIFA  World  Cup  2014  may  give  a  boost  to  Malaysia’s  adex  and media counters (notably in the TV space), as it has in the past. Our 2014 overall  adex  growth  estimate  of  8%  is  conservative  (vs  15.6%  during World Cup 2010), owing to tighter adex spending by advertisers. MPR is still our Top Pick,  while  Astro  is now a NEUTRAL  –  which leads us to downgrade the sector to NEUTRAL from Overweight.

  • Football  fever  good  for  adex. Historical  data  suggests  that  gross advertising expenditure (adex)  typically  rises  during the  FIFA World Cup year,  as  the sport’s large fan  base creates  opportunities for advertisers to hold more marketing campaigns, especially on TV.  Gross adex (exPay  TV)  climbed  15.6%  y-o-y  during  World  Cup  2010,  with  free-to-air (FTA) TV  chalking up  the strongest growth at 18.2% y-o-y, followed by newspapers  (+14.1% y-o-y). We expect  total gross adex to  go up by  8% for 2014,  slower than the  15.6%  growth  it achieved in  2010. We believe that the slower growth will be attributed to: i) household spending cuts in view  of  the  Government’s  gradual  removal  of  subsidies,  ii)  tighter advertising  spending,  and  iii)  clients  shifting  their  focus  to   online advertising given the growth of online social media.
  • TV  players’  earnings  to  rise.  With  the  2014  World  Cup  set  to  drive adex growth, media players (especially in the TV segment) expect to see a  rise  in  their  revenue  and  earnings  this  year.  An  indicator  of  this  is Media Prima  (MPR MK, BUY, FV: MYR3.60),  which saw its TV segment revenue  surge  34% and 19% respectively in 2006 and 2010  (when the World  Cup  was  held),  which  translated  into  PBT  growth  of  64%  and 118%  over  the  same  period.  Astro  (ASTRO  MK,  NEUTRAL,  FV: MYR3.36)’s revenue and PBT growth followed a similar path, growing by 17% and 27% respectively in 2006.
  • MPR is our Top Pick. We see Media Prima as the major beneficiary  of the World Cup and expect it to capture  higher adex growth in 2014 since TV  is  its  main  profit  contributor.  On  the  back  of  a  forecast  revenue growth of 9%, we expect MPR to  post earnings growth of 16% this year, boosted  by  expanding  margins  and  narrowing  losses  at  its  content creation division.
  • Downgrade  to  NEUTRAL.  We  downgrade  the  media  sector  to NEUTRAL  following  the  downgrade  on  ASTRO  given  its  recent  share price strength. While the World Cup is expected be positive for  adex, we think the 8% growth projected for 2014 is nothing  to shout about, mainly owing  to:  i)  household  spending  cuts,  ii)  tighter  adex  allocation  by businesses  and  the  Government,  and  iii)  the  shift  towards  online advertising. Within the sector,  we prefer companies with  exposure to TV advertising  as they  stand to  benefit most from the World Cup. As such, MPR is our Top Pick for the media sector.


Malaysia’s Media Sector – Strategy 2014
        World Cup heralds adex growth. The FIFA 2014 World Cup is scheduled to be held in Brazil on 12 June-13 July 2014. Historical data shows that gross adex usually goes up during the year the FIFA World Cup Year is held due to the large fan, which gives rise to  opportunities for  advertisers to  mount more marketing campaigns,  especially on TV. Based on data we gathered, gross adex (ex-Pay TV) rose 15.6% y-o-y during the World Cup 2010,  with free to air (FTA) TV  adex growing at the fastest -  at 18.2% y-o-y  -  followed  by  newspapers’  14.1%  y-o-y.  (Note  that  adex  from  point  of  sales surged 44.8% y-o-y, mainly due to a very low base).

Expecting 8% y-o-y growth. We expect overall  gross adex to  rise by  8%  in  2014, which  is  1.48x  of  our  projected  2014  GDP  growth  of  5.4%.  This  is  conservative compared to  the  2010  (the previous  World Cup year),  which saw adex growing  by 15.6%,  or  2.2x  of  the  GDP  growth  of  7.2%.  The  slower  growth  is  attributed  to:  i)household  spending  cuts  in  view  of  the  gradual  removal  of  subsidies,  ii)  tighter advertising spending,  and  iii)  the shifting trend towards  the  online  advertising given the  rise  of  the  social  media  platform.  However,  since  the  election  year  -  which contributed to uncertainties in planning advertising campaigns last year – is over, this will be positive for businesses to plan and budget their advertising campaigns more efficiently.

        TV to see  the strongest growth in 2014.  Adex for the TV segment  –  for  which we expect to see the strongest growth  –  will increase by  8.9% in  2014,  mostly driven by heightened  advertising  during  the  World  Cup,  new  TV  channels  (notably  in  high definition) and new TV programmes. This bodes well for MPR  and ASTRO, for which we expect EBITDA to go up  12% and 7% this year  on the back of a revenue growth of 7.6% and 9.2% respectively.


Boost to TV players’ earnings. The 2014 World Cup is  expected to give a boost to this year’s  adex,  which will  bode well for  the media sector’s  revenue and earnings growth, especially the TV segment. An indicator of this is the revenue growth chalked up by  Media Prima (MPR MK, BUY, FV: MYR3.60)’s TV segment of  34% and 19% respectively in 2006 and 2010,  which translated  into PBT growth of 64% and 118% over the same period.  Astro  (ASTRO MK, NEUTRAL, FV: MYR3.36)’s revenue and PBT growth also grew, rising 17% and 27% respectively in 2006.

Newsprint cost  should be flattish. We expect the newsprint prices to be flattish,  at USD595-605  per  tonne  in  2014  (vs  USD600-610  per  tonne  last  year),  as  global demand for newsprint has waned due to the shift to online media. Media players with exposure  to  print  such  as  MPR  and  Media  Chinese  International  (MCIL  MK, NEUTRAL, FV: MYR1.06) will see their margins expand, as a result.

MPR is our Top Pick.  We see Media Prima  –  being the country’s only integrated media player -  as the major beneficiary  of higher adex growth in 2014,  driven by the World Cup, as TV is biggest profit contributor given its  high margin, which happens to also be higher than Astro’s due to its cheaper content cost.  We also see its revenue from  digital  media  and  content  production  growing.  This,  coupled  with  flattish newsprint cost, offers scope for overall margins to improve. On the back of a revenue growth forecast of 9%, we expect MPR to post double-digit earnings growth of 16% from wider margins as well as narrower losses from its content creation division.

MPR offers >5% dividend  yield.  MPR is generous in paying decent  dividends  to  its shareholders.  In  FY12,  it  has  paid  off  its  accumulated  losses  and  began  reporting positive  retained earnings,  which may have put it in a more comfortable position to pay  higher  dividends  to  investors  (capped  at  75%).  As  MPR’s  management  is reviewing its dividend  payout policy,  there is a  possibility of  higher dividends  moving forward.  MPR is a quality stock to own for its decent dividend yield  of  5.4-6.2% and earnings  growth potential.  We maintain  a  BUY on MPR,  with our  FV  unchanged at MYR3.60 based on 15x FY14F P/E,  based on  +1 SD from the mean of its historical trading band.

ASTRO  is  a  longer-term  investment. We  continue  to  believe  that  ASTRO  is  a longer-term investment, since it is currently reinvesting heavily  in order  to  remain as the Pay TV market leader.  Over the years, it has  successfully  maintained its  position as the largest Pay TV operator through its strategy of providing  quality content  and a superior  viewing  experience  for  subscribers.  These  were  accomplished  through investments  that  required  heavy  capex.  We  believe  this  will  elevate  its  average revenue  per  user  (ARPU)  and  help  maintain  its  market  leadership  -  which consequently will translate to improved profitability. Our DCF-based FV for ASTRO isat  MYR3.36, based on  a  WACC  of  8.45%, and terminal growth rate of 1.5%.  With less than a 10% upside, we downgrade Astro from Buy to NEUTRAL.

MCIL still lacks  strong growth catalysts.  MCIL has the single largest exposure to print media. The medium is now facing challenges from e-substitution and advertisers switching  to  the  FTA,  which commands  a  larger  audience  base.  Although  Chinese newspapers  are  among  the  best  performers  in  attracting  gross  adex  compared  to other  languages,  the  trend  may  not  sustain  for  long  -  since  digital  papers  would become  more  common  as  more  sophisticated  technology  and  better  internet infrastructure  is developed. The accessibility to  information  online has  also  changed the landscape of the newsprint segment. Additionally,  MCIL’s overseas businesses in North America and Hong Kong  are facing  an earnings decline due to  competition  in the  region,  where  online  penetration  for  advertisements  is  much  higher.  As  such, MCIL’s earnings  outlook is  bleak; we project its net profit to  decline by 17%  in FY14.

        Nonetheless,  we  believe  its  strong  presence  in  the  Chinese  community  would continue to keep its cash flow  healthy, at least enabling the company to maintain its 50%  dividend  payout  policy,  which  would  translate  to  a  5.3%  forecasted  dividend yield.  Since it lacks  positive  earnings  catalysts,  we  remain  NEUTRAL  on the stock, with  no  change  to  our  FV  of  MYR1.06.  Our  FV  is  premised  on  11.6x  CY14F  P/E, which is the mean of its 5-year historical trading band.

CHM’s  value  underlies  on  its  associate  in  Australia.  We  think  Catcha  Media(CHM  MK, BUY, FV: MYR0.96)  is an undervalued  stock.  Interestingly,  CHM’s  29% stake in iCar (ICQ AU, NR), based on its market cap, has exceeded its market cap by 46%.  Essentially,  CHM  investors  would  own  ICQ  shares  at  a  discount  on  top  of owning  CHM’s  operations  for  free.  Although  CHM  is  still  reporting  losses  owing  to ICQ being in its early growth stage, we expect earnings from the company to improve further  after the acquisition of Says.com, which is  a  profitable  online content-sharing company.  We  are  maintaining  our  BUY  recommendation  for  CHM,  with  an unchanged FV of MYR0.96, based on a SOP valuation.

Downgrade sector to NEUTRAL. With two BUY and NEUTRAL calls each following the  downgrade  of  ASTRO  today,  we  downgrade  the  media  sector  to  NEUTRAL. While the 2014  World Cup is expected be adex-positive, we think the  expected 8% growth for this year  is nothing to  shout about  owing to  household spending cuts and tighter  adex  allocations  by  businesses  and  the  Government,  coupled  with  the  shift towards  online advertising.  Within the sector, we prefer companies with exposure to the TV medium, as these will benefit most from advertising relating to the 2014 World Cup. This justifies MPR as our Top Pick for the sector.

        Source: RHB

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发表于 2014-1-16 12:48 | 显示全部楼层
MEDIA-EMPLOYEES’ SHARE OPTION SCHEME (“SCHEME”)

MEDIA PRIMA BERHAD

LISTING'S CIRCULAR NO. L/Q : 69667 OF 2014

Kindly be advised that the abovementioned Company’s additional 17,522 new ordinary shares of RM1.00 each issued pursuant to the aforesaid Scheme will be granted listing and quotation with effect from 9.00 a.m., Monday, 20 January 2014.



Announcement Info
Company Name        MEDIA PRIMA BERHAD  
Stock Name        MEDIA   
Date Announced        16 Jan 2014  
Category        Listing Circular
Reference No        NE-140115-58201

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发表于 2014-1-16 17:49 | 显示全部楼层
世華多媒體 首要媒體聯手 擴大觸角.強化內容



(吉隆坡16日訊)我國兩大媒體巨頭,世界華文媒體(MEDIAC,5090,主要板貿易)與首要媒體(MEDIA,4502,主要板貿易)子公司合作,加強雙方線上內容與擴大用戶觸角,冀藉此刺激廣告收入。

 世華媒體旗下的世華多媒體公司(MCIL Multimedia),今日與首要媒體旗下的首要媒體電子(MPD)簽署諒解備忘錄,讓用戶連接雙方的網站,並為客戶增設更多內容。

 通過是項合作,用戶可通過網絡電視台Tonton觀看世華多媒體公司旗下網站的內容如新聞與視頻;用戶亦可透過世華多媒體旗下網站,觀賞網絡電視台Tonton的視頻。

 世華多媒體公司總執行長兼星洲媒體資訊與通訊部總經理邱天雄指出:“未來難以預測,也充滿挑戰。但通過上述合約,相信可創造更多有效益和令人振奮的構思。”

創造更多效益

 “我們能夠為廣告商傳遞更全面和有效益的市場方案,並提供讀者更优質的互動經驗。媒體業者需要團結一致,一同創造更有素質的內容。”

 他在出席諒解備忘錄簽署儀式時,如是指出。

 列席者包括世華多媒體市場行銷部總經理謝念芳、行銷經理顏民德、中國報廣告資深經理黃海銓、星洲媒體客戶經理楊奕順、執行董事兼集團行銷總監黃康元、市場及業務開發部副總經理曾曉萍、南洋商報總經理郭奕順、行銷部總經理曾美珍。

 首要媒體董事經理拿督安林阿華魯汀、總財務長莫哈末艾立夫、新聞和編輯運作董事拿督莎魯汀、總行銷長黃美鳳、首要媒體電子總執行長再那阿里芬、總經理林瑞金及大馬品牌協會會長拿督張啟揚,也列席見證。

Tonton平台連結世華新聞網

結合兩大媒體集團的協同效應,雙方的媒體覆蓋範圍得以擴大,屆時數碼媒體廣告有望跟隨整體領域介于30%至40%的年成長率。

 再那阿里芬指出,整體數碼媒體廣告預計將取得30%至40%的年成長率,並相信首要媒體電子的數碼媒體廣告將維持相關成長水平。

 他說:“結合世華媒體的力量,廣告業者和用戶皆可受惠。我們將為廣告客戶,擴展媒體覆蓋率。

 我們將在2月起,為Tonton網絡新聞的用戶,提供更多來自世華多媒體的視頻新聞內容。”

 是項策略性合作預計可從共28個網站中,每月吸引多達1100萬的不重複訪客(unique visitors)人數,及每月1億2000萬個網站瀏覽頁數。

世華多媒體網站
每月340萬名訪客

世華多媒體經營國內主要中文媒體網絡平台,旗下包括中國報網、星洲網、光明日報網、南洋網、世華網、LifeTV網站、新潮雜誌網站、釣魚月刊,以及寵物網站等。

 該公司旗下網站每月有340萬名不重複訪客,及每月3000萬瀏覽頁數。

 首要媒體電子則經營網絡電視台Tonton,目前有350萬名註冊用戶。

 該公司亦經營各電視、印刷,以及電台媒體的網站,其中包括國內主要娛樂和生活網站Gua。
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发表于 2014-1-17 17:53 | 显示全部楼层
世华多媒体首要传媒联手 强化线上广告及内容



首要传媒电子集团总经理林瑞金(左起) 、再努阿里芬、邱天雄及世华多媒体总经理(市场行销) 谢念芳出席签署协议仪式


(吉隆坡16日讯)随着数码媒体大势崛起,星洲媒体集团旗下世华多媒体公司(MCIL Multimedia S/B),连同首要传媒(MEDIA,4502,主板贸服股)旗下首要传媒电子(Media Prima Digital)宣布建立合作关系,通过拓展、丰富和强化双方的广告及内容,为未来作好准备。

世华多媒体和首要传媒电子在今日正式签署了解备忘录,这项合作将见证国内两大媒体机构联手打造最广泛的数码媒体覆盖率。

世华多媒体公司总执行长兼星洲媒体资讯与通讯部总经理邱天雄表示,数码媒体是未来的趋势,所以希望能够通过这项合作加强网络业务的增长。

“虽然数码广告未有显著贡献,但是我们看到这商机,将会继续确保业务成长。”

此外,首要传媒电子总执行长拿督再努阿里芬则表示,国内媒体合作,有助与社交媒体及国际媒体机构竞争,并希望通过合作夺回广告收入。

“国内媒体领域的数码广告成长30%至40%,而我们也取得相似的增长率。”

星洲媒体集团也是世界华文媒体(MEDIAC,5090,主板贸服股)子公司,出席备忘录签署协议的双方高层还包括首要传媒电子集团总经理林瑞金和及世华多媒体总经理(市场行销)谢念芳。

放眼每月1.2亿网站浏览率

这项策略性的合作预计可从双方共28个网站中吸引每月多达1100万的不重复访客人数,及每月1亿2000万个网站浏览率。

首要传媒电子目前正经营网络电视台Tonton,这是国内最大的网络视频平台,拥有多达350万名注册用户。

此外,首要传媒电子同时经营首要媒体集团各电视、印刷和电台媒体的网站。

至于世华多媒体则经营着国内主要的中文媒体网络平台,旗下包括星洲网、光明日报网、南洋网、中国报新闻网等等。

凭着每月340万名不重复访客和3000万浏览率,世华多媒体为星洲媒体集团增强了多媒体领域上的内容扩展,包括影音制作、新闻报道、图片资料库等。

邱天雄表示:“未来是难以预测和充满挑战的,但我有信心与首要传媒电子的合作之下,会为公司和股东带来更高效益和令人振奋的构思。”

他补充,集团有能力为广告商传达更全面及有效益的市场方案,并提供读者更优质的互动经验。

Tonton网站用户2月起 可观看星洲媒体新闻视频

再努阿里芬表示,这项合作也将从2014年2月起,提供Tonton网站新闻频道用户更多来自星洲媒体集团的视频新闻内容。

“我们不断努力为用户提供更多优质和充实的内容,而这次合作将是朝这方向的一大迈步。”

Tonton网络频道即将可在星洲网中观赏,并让客户可以自行选择娱乐节目和电视节目,包括ntv7的《女人占尚风》和《爱食客》,以及8TV的《好吃》和《横行8道》。

“结合世华多媒体的力量,广告业者和用户都将受益,并将极力为广告客户扩展媒体覆盖。“
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发表于 2014-1-21 09:37 | 显示全部楼层
Media - Tight Grip on Adex Purse

Author: kiasutrader   |   Publish date: Tue, 21 Jan 09:33


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We reiterate our UNDERWEIGHT call on the media sector. The total gross adex advanced by 19.0% YoY in CY13 led by higher contributions from the Pay-TV, FTA-TV and newspaper segments. However, excluding the Pay-TV contribution, the total gross adex YoY growth inched up by merely 2.8% (in-line with our full-year forecast of 2.6%) to RM8.7b. Moving forward, while we believe that the two major events in 2014 namely FIFA World Cup and Visit Malaysia Year could help boost consumer sentiment, these feel-good factors could potentially be dampened by the on-going subsidy rationalization plan. As a result, we are keeping our total gross adex growth forecast unchanged at +6.8% YoY (or +2.9% after stripping off the Pay-TV segment contribution) in CY14 and do not discount a potential earnings downgrade should the negative impact comes in worse than our expectation. There is no change to our media companiesearnings forecasts for now, pending the upcoming 4QCY13 report cards release. We reiterate our MARKET PERFORM call on ASTRO (TP: RM3.10) and maintain our UNDERPERFORM calls on STAR (TP: RM2.00); MEDIA CHINESE (MEDIAC, TP: RM0.94) and MEDIA PRIMA (MEDIA, TP: RM2.64).
CY13 gross adex improved to RM13.5b (+19.0% YoY), led by the continued strong TV segment adex contribution (31.5% YoY to RM8.1b). On closer analysis, the TV segment was mainly boosted by the strong Pay-TV adex, which soared 64.9% YoY (to RM4.9b) as compared to the minuscule 0.2% YoY growth in the FTA-TV segment. The strong Pay-TV adex growth in CY13 is not a surprise given there are additional 15 channels (to 27 channels) being gradually included into Nielsen’s Pay-TV segment portfolio since July last year. Stripping off the additional channels effect, the Pay-TV segment only grew by 19.7% YoY to RM3.2b in CY13. Meanwhile, should we exclude the Pay-TV segment, the total gross adex growth in CY13 was merely +2.8% YoY (in-line with our fullyear estimate of 2.6%) to RM8.7b. On a MoM basis, the total gross adex grew by 3.3% in December (vs. +2.5% in November), as a result of moderate growth in the key segments. On a quarterly basis, the 4Q13 total gross adex, however, advanced at a slower pace of11.4% in contrast to a 14.0% QoQ growth in 4Q12 due mainly to the lacklustre consumer sentiment which was affected by a series of subsidy rationalizations.
Feel good factors may be offset by the on-going subsidy rationalisation plan. The FIFA World Cup and Visit Malaysia 2014 may provide some positive lift to consumer sentiment. These feel-good factors, however, could potentially be offset by: (i) the escalating cost of living (spurred mainly by the on-going subsidies rationalisation plan) and (ii) further stringent measures by Bank Negara Malaysia to cool the property sector (leading a potential slowdown in property projects launches and hence ads spend) and thus dampening overall consumer sentiment and causing businesses to tighten their adex purse.
Top five channels accounted nearly half of the Pay-TV ad spends. Astro Ria, Astro Prima, and Astro Wah Lai Toi continued to rank as the top three highest Pay-TV adex generators with an aggregate contribution of RM1.6b or 32.4% of the total YTD Pay-TV gross adex. Meanwhile, should we include AXN and Astro AEC into the portfolio; the top five highest Pay-TV adex generators will see their total domination increasing to 44.9% of the total Pay-TV gross adex with an aggregate adex spent of RM2.2b (or +46.4% YoY). On the FTA TV front, TV3 and 8TV continued to rank as the top two highest adex generators while TV9 has continued to be ahead of NTV7 as the third favourite FTA-TV channels due to the formal favorable discount rate. On a MoM basis, both the FTA and Pay-TV segments improved by 8.7% and 1.0%, respectively, as compared to a 2.9% and 2.0% growth in November. MEDIA’s 4Q13 FTA-TV gross adex, meanwhile, was lowered by 2.0% QoQ (or +20.2% MoM) to RM822m.
The newspaper segment inched by 0.3% in December, bringing the YTD growth to RM4.6m (+6.2% YoY). The growth was mainly led by a higher performance in the English segment (+14.2% YoY in CY13) as a result of the rate cards' revision (based on a new classification format) in the STAR’s newspaper. On a QoQ basis, STAR’s 4QCY13 gross adex improved by +6.3% QoQ to RM306m while MEDIAC’s adex increased to RM232m (+2.5% QoQ). MEDIA’s gross adex, meanwhile, recorded a relatively flat growth of -0.4% QoQ to RM422m in 4QCY13.
Source: Kenanga

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本帖最后由 csern888 于 2014-1-22 11:34 编辑

Media - Positive – But Slightly Below Expectation

Author: kiasutrader   |   Publish date: Wed, 22 Jan 10:02


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Gross adex  (ex-pay-TV)  grew 3.1% y-o-y in 2013  –  slightly  weaker than our 3.5% projection  –  given the slower 4.7% m-o-m growth in  Dec 2013. MPR’s  main  businesses  continue  to  exhibit  its  ability  to  outperform competitors  and  the  industry  –  reaffirming  our  BUY  on  the  stock. Otherwise, we keep our NEUTRAL stance on the media sector.

  • Up  3.1%  y-o-y  in  2013.  Malaysia  gross  advertisement  expenditure (adex)  –  ex pay-television (TV)  –  grew by 3.1% y-o-y, which was slightly below  our  earlier  3.5%  expectation.  The  free-to-air  (FTA)  TV  segment only  saw  a  marginal  0.2%  growth  y-o-y,  dragged  by  the  sluggish performance  from  TV1  and  TV2,  which  had  reported  a  contraction  of 18.9% and 21.3% respectively. On the other hand, Media Prima (MPR MK,  BUY,  FV:  MYR3.60)’s  TV  channels’ adex continued to outperform the  market  by  growing  at  a  2.6%  y-o-y  rate.  The  newspaper  segment grew  6.2%  y-o-y,  mainly  attributed  to  the  strong  growth  in  English newspapers  (+12.6%  y-o-y).  MPR’s  New  Straits  Times  (+27.5%  y-o-y) saw the strongest growth.
  • Stronger 4Q growth.    As expected, the 4Q was the seasonal boost for adex, which grew by 9.1% q-o-q and 5.1% y-o-y (ex-pay TV) in 4QCY13. FTA TV showed  the strongest growth  at  20.5% q-o-q,  fuelled  by MPR’s TV  channels,  which  grew  by  20.4%  q-o-q  despite  a  flattish  (-0.3%) growth on a y-o-y basis.
  • Dec  2013  surprisingly  flattish.  The  4.7% m-o-m growth of  ex-pay TV adex in Dec 2013 was surprisingly lower than expected – it is usually 12-16%  higher  than  the  preceding  month.  This  weaker  than  expected growth was the main reason why overall ex-pay TV adex growth came in lower than  we  expected. We suspect  that  advertisers may have started to  control  their  budgets  earlier  than  expected  due  to  the  escalation  of costs on the back of the Government’s subsidies rationalisation.
  • Maintain  BUY  on  MPR.  As  reported  in  the  statistics,  MPR’s  main businesses  –  FTA TV and  newspapers  (they  contributed  to  almost 75% of  its  FY12  PBT)  –  continue to  exhibit  y-o-y  growth,  outperforming  the industry despite the challenging environment in the advertising business. With  the  improved  earnings  and  strengthened  balance  sheet,  this  will bring  the  possibility  of  a  higher  dividend  payout,  which  we  currently expect  to  yield  over  5%.  This  will  reaffirm  our  BUY  call  on  MPR.  Our MYR3.60 FV for MPR is premised at 15x FY14F P/E.
  • Maintain  NEUTRAL  on  the  sector.  We  are  keeping  our  NEUTRAL stance for the  media sector. We think  that the  expected 8% growth for 2014 is nothing to shout about owing to  expected  household spending cuts  and  tighter  adex  allocation  by  businesses  and  the  Government coupled with the shift towards online advertising. Within the industry, we prefer companies with exposure to the TV medium, which should benefit most from advertising relating to the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
  • Adex Highlights

    • Overall  ex-pay  TV  growth  of  3.1%  was slightly below our expectation
    • FTA  TV’s  growth  was  largely  dragged  down by TV1 and TV2
    • Newspaper growth was largely contributed by the English and Chinese language papers
    • MPR’s  New  Straits  Times  outperformed  the industry by growing at 27.5% y-o-y
    • MCIL’s flagship paper – Sin Chew – recorded the strongest growth of 9.8% y-o-y among the Chinese newspapers
    • All  papers  (Berita  Harian,  Harian  Metro  and New  Straits  Times)  under  MPR’s  News Straits  Times  Press  (NSTP)  chartered positive growth
    • MPR’s  TV  channels grew by 2.6% y-o-y and continue to dominate the FTA TV market with a 89.3% market share
    • Overall ex-pay  TV  growth of 9.1% q-o-q was mainly attributed to strong growth in FTA TV
    • The  English  newspapers  outperformed  the industry,  with  the  News Straits Times  posting the strongest growth, ie 25.8% q-o-q
    • MPR’s print  media adex  –  positive growth  at the  News  Straits  Times  was  offset  by declines  in  both  Berita  Harian  and  Harian Metro
    • Strong  recovery  in  MPR’s  FTA  TV  channels in 4Q
    • Overall ex-pay TV growth of 4.7% m-o-m was below our expectation, which  leads to overall ex-pay TV adex growth coming in below our estimate
    • All  major  English  language  newspapers reported a decline in adex in Dec 2013
    • The  Chinese  language  papers  still  remained resilient
    • MPR’s  TV  channels  commanded  an  87.2% market share in Dec 2013

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发表于 2014-1-29 13:07 | 显示全部楼层
Media Prima announces volume deal with Disney
Author: value_investor   |   Publish date: Wed, 29 Jan 11:30   |  >> Read article in Blog website

[size=12.222222328186035px]Media Prima has renewed a multi-genre volume deal agreement with Walt Disney to bring some of the world's contemporary, classic blockbusters and television series for the viewing pleasure of Malaysians. "Media Prima is committed to meet the demands of our viewing audience for top local and foreign content," said COO Seelan Paul. He added that the addition of Disney's line-up complemented existing shows that have made its television stations and online video portal, Tonton, the most popular source of entertainment in Malaysia. (Bernama)

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首要媒體財測微幅上調2014-02-06 15:33





(吉隆坡6日訊)雖然首要媒體(MEDIA,4502,主板貿服組)最新季度業績可望優於預期,但領域疲弱前景或限製成長,因此馬銀行研究僅微幅上修其財測和目標價。

該公司將在本月20日發佈2013財政年末季業績,馬銀行研究估計核心盈利可達7千萬令吉,將全年核心盈利提高到2億2千萬令吉,超越該行2億1千萬令吉的預測,因電台業務盈利表現超預期。

馬銀行將2013年的電台廣告開銷成長預測從4.5%上調至20%,因此也相應將2013、2014和2015年財測分別上修4%、3%和2%;惟卻對2013年以後的成長預測維持在5.0至5.2%。(星洲網)

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首要媒體全年盈利料2.2億2014-02-06 17:00






(吉隆坡6日訊)雖然首要媒體(MEDIA,4502,主板貿服組)最新季度業績可望優於預期,但領域疲弱前景或限製成長,因此馬銀行研究僅微幅上修其財測和目標價。


該公司將在本月20日發佈2013財政年末季業績,馬銀行研究估計核心盈利可達7千萬令吉,將全年核心盈利提高到2億2千萬令吉,超越該行2億1千萬令吉的預測,因電台業務盈利表現超預期。

馬銀行將2013年的電台廣告開銷成長預測從4.5%上調至20%,因此也相應將2013、2014和2015年財測分別上修4%、3%和2%;惟卻對2013年以後的成長預測維持在5.0至5.2%。

同時,該公司透露有意將目前的25至75%派息政策調整至60至80%,馬銀行表示,若該公司宣佈以80%盈利用作派發股息,每股股息將會是15.3仙,也相等於6.3%的週息率,比政府10年期債券回酬率高52%。

然而,馬銀行目前仍維持2013至2015年70%派息預期不變,也保留該領域廣告開銷成長展望在中短期內仍然疲弱的預期,主要歸咎於政府的津貼合理化和消費稅措施。

馬銀行鑑於財測稍有提高,將目標價從2令吉40仙上修至2令吉48仙,並因股價下滑而將評級從“買出”升至“守住”。( 星洲日報/財經)

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发表于 2014-2-6 18:52 | 显示全部楼层
券商上修評級 首要媒體派息率或增至80%


(吉隆坡6日訊)首要媒體(MEDIA,4502,主要板貿易)即將公佈2013財年末季和全年盈利,券商估計或達7000萬令吉和2億2000萬令吉,加上公司可能把股息政策上修到60%至80%之間,有助降低廣告收入(ADEX)成長放緩的下行風險。

 馬銀行投銀分析師將首要媒體2013至2015財年盈利預測,分別上修4%、3%和2%,這是基于2013年電台廣告收入成長預測上調至20%,但未來仍維持5%至5.2%漲幅。

 首要媒體預計在本月20日公佈全年業績。

 對比預期達70%派息率,若首要媒體宣布派發80%股息,預計2013年每股股息會增至15.3仙。這相等于超過6.3%的股息回酬率,或比10年期大馬政府證券(MGS)收益高出52%。

 首要媒體去年上半年已宣布6仙中期股息,因此投資者在下半年或可取得9.3仙股息,相等于3.9%股息回酬率。

 因此,分析師將首要媒體目標價,從2.40令吉上修至2.48令吉,同時將投資評級從“賣出”上修至“守住”。

 首要媒體以2.37令吉開市,休市報2.40令吉,跌1仙;截至4時半,報2.43令吉,起2仙,成交量為239萬5400股。
http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/497031

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发表于 2014-2-7 21:34 | 显示全部楼层
盈利股息乐欢 首要媒体看高一线


(吉隆坡7日讯)由於电台广告收入比预期好,首要媒体(MEDIA,4502,主板贸服股)末季盈利相信將超越预测,加上该公司可能上调派息比例,这些有利因素,促使马银行金英投行分析员调整该股投资评级,从「卖出」上调至「守住」评级。

自从分析员于2013年9月19日,给予首要媒体「卖出」投资评级,该股股价下跌了13%,並且已经接近分析员之前所给予的2.40令吉目標价。

根据分析员的了解,首要媒体的2013財政年末季(截至12月31日止)和全年核心净利相信將分別达到7000万令吉和2亿2000万令吉,高於分析员之前做出的2亿1090万令吉全年核心盈利预测。

这主要是因为电台广告收入比预期佳。

首要媒体会在2月20日公佈业绩。

另外,分析员预计,首要媒体也將修改其目前的派息政策,从25%至74%,上调至60%至80%。

首要媒体2013財政年首9个月净利为1亿5070万令吉,达到分析员全年预测的71%,分析员指出,业绩优於预期主要是因为成本合理化行动。此外,电台营业额和扣除利息、税项、折旧及摊销前盈利皆按年以双位数成长。

虽然,整体广告开销情绪不佳,广告商將部份电视和印刷广告,转至视为更具成本效益的电台广告。

分析员提高首要媒体2013年电台广告开销预测,从4.5%增至20%(但还是维持隨后2个財政年,每年5.0至5.2%成长预测)。因此,也分別將首要媒体2013至2015財政年的净利预测,调高4%、3%和2%。

配合略高的净利预测,分析员上调该股至「守住」投资评级,和调整该股目標价3%,至2.48令吉。

分析员表示,如果首要媒体真的宣布80%的派息政策,该公司2013年每股股息可能上升至15.3仙。

这样一来,首要媒体將提供具吸引力的周息率,按年超过6.3%或比10年期大马政府债券收益率高。

不过,在该公司正式作出宣布之前,分析员维持2013至2015財政年70%的派息政策假设。

然而,在政府削减补贴和2015年4月初所实行6%消费税的影响下,分析员认为,媒体行业的广告收入,短期內將面临成长疲弱的情况,而首要媒体股价近期下跌,已適当地反映广告收入的未来局面。
http://www.orientaldaily.com.my/ ... 785:&Itemid=198

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发表于 2014-2-10 10:38 | 显示全部楼层
PublicInvest Research Headlines - 10 Feb 2014
Date: 10/02/2014

Source : PUBLIC BANK
Stock : PENERGY     Price Target : 2.51     |     Price Call : BUY
Last Price : 2.38     |     Upside/Downside : +0.13 (5.46%)
Source : PUBLIC BANK
Stock : MEDIA     Price Target : 2.62     |     Price Call : HOLD
Last Price : 2.53     |     Upside/Downside : +0.09 (3.56%)



Economy
US: Economy added 113,000 jobs in Jan; unemployment rate dips to 6.6%. This was supposed to be the year the economy took off. Instead, new data released Friday show that 2014 stumbled out of the gate. Only 113,000 jobs were added in January, the Labor Department reported, the second straight month of lackluster hiring. Some analysts said that the wickedly cold weather was freezing out jobs. But others say that the results reflect a genuine slowdown in economic growth. There was some good news in the data: The January unemployment rate inched down to 6.6 percent. The labor force expanded, and hourly wages rose 5 cents. But there was also broad agreement that the new year is not off to a spectacular start.
US: Consumer credit posts biggest jump in 10 months. US consumer credit in Dec grew by the most in nearly a year due to a sharp increase in credit card usage, a potentially positive sign for the economy. Total consumer credit rose by USD18.8bn to USD3.1trn, the biggest gain since Feb. Revolving credit, which mostly measure credit-card use, rose by USD5bn in Dec after climbing USD465m in Nov. Non-revolving credit, which includes auto loans as well as student loans made by the government, increased USD13.8bn in Dec. (Reuters)
US: Factories punch above weight with solid job gains. US manufacturing stayed on solid ground in Jan, with employers stepping up hiring by adding 21,000 jobs to their payrolls and boosting their labour market share. Jan’s job gains marked the sixth straight month of increases in a sector that accounts for about 12% of the economy. (Reuters)
EU: Germany industrial output unexpectedly fell in Dec. German industrial output unexpectedly fell in Dec, signaling that Europe’s largest economy remains vulnerable to weakness in the rest of the region. Production, adjusted for seasonal swings, decreased 0.6% from Nov, when it rose a revised 2.4%. Manufacturing output declined 0.5 percent in Dec from the previous month and investment-goods production fell 2.5%. Output of basic and consumer goods and construction all rose. (Bloomberg)
Malaysia: Exports this year to benefit from recovery cycle of E&E sector. Malaysia’s exports this year is expected to continue benefit from the recovery cycle of the electrical and electronics (E&E) sector. The total trade is forecasted to grow by 5% this year, driven by higher exports of electrical and electronics products, oil and gas, petrochemical products and medical devices. (Bernama)Markets
Petra Energy (Outperform, TP RM2.51): To sell vessel to Perdana Petroleum. Petra Energy is in talks to sell its accommodation work barge, the Petra Endeavour, to Perdana Petroleum (PPB) for some USD25m (RM83.25m) industry sources said. It is learnt that both parties have been in talks since the middle of last year with details still being ironed out before signing on the dotted line. While both parties involved in the transaction declined to comment, industry players said PPB was eyeing the work barge to lease to its major shareholder Dayang Enterprise Holdings, in which PPB has a 24.88%. (Financial Daily)
Media Prima (Neutral, TP: RM2.62): To reduce reliance on advertising revenue. Media Prima is hoping to reduce its reliance on advertising revenue over the next three to five years. Its group MD Datuk Amrin Awaluddin said the company intends to do this (diversify away from advertising revenue) via its multiple platforms, investing in content and selling content beyond television. Amrin believes that strong content is the key for the group’s growth amid concerns on the prospects of the newsprint industry in the internet age. (Financial Daily)
JT International: Sees tough year ahead, remains ‘cautiously optimistic’. JT International (JTI), which manufactures Mevius, Winston, Salem and Camel cigarettes in Malaysia, has warned of a tough year ahead, given an expected further decline in sales volume and higher marketing expenses amid inflationary pressures. JTI MD Rob Stanworth said following the latest excise duty hike of 14% in October last year which saw tobacco company raising cigarette prices by RM1.50 per pack of 20 sticks, the tobacco industry saw a more than 10% drop in sales volume in the fourth quarter of last year and this is likely to drop even further this year. Stanworth said the group can only conclude that the vast majority of consumers had simply moved to illegal cigarettes, which accounted for some 35% of the market. (Financial Daily)
Malaysia Airlines: Will be profitable by year-end. National carrier Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is on track to becoming profitable by end- 2014 and arresting its yearly losses. Its senior vice-president (head of marketing and products commercial) Dean Dacko said the airline has made tremendous changes in its business strategy in the past two years, which he believes will steer the company back to profitability this year. MAS head honcho Ahmad Jauhari Yahya had stated last year that becoming profitable by end-2014 is the airline’s target and everyone has been looking forward to it. (Business Times)
Northport: Sees growth, new wharf to contribute. Northport (M) Bhd’s investments in a new wharf is set to bear fruit this year, with the port operator expecting its throughput to increase to 3.4m twentyfoot equivalent units (TEUs) in 2014 from 2.89m TEUs last year. The new Wharf 8A, which commenced operations in December last year, is able to berth vessels with deeper drafts of up to 17 metres. It is part of Northport’s Container Terminal 4, which costs a total investment of nearly RM350m. The addition of the wharf will help increase Northport’s total throughput capacity to 5.6mTEUs a year. Northport was awarded a new licence by the Government to operate the port for another 30 years, beginning December 2013. It plans to invest RM3.7bn in capex for the 30-year duration to upgrade and expand the port’s infrastructure and facilities. It had spent RM1.4bn in capex in the past 27 years. (Bernama)MARKET UPDATE
US stocks rallied for the second consecutive day as investors viewed the weaker-than-expected non-farm payroll data as not so bad after all. Non-farm payrolls added only 113,000 jobs in January 2014, lower than market expectations of 185,000. However, unemployment rate declined to 6.6% from 6.7%, its lowest level since October 2008 and labour participation rate improved to 63% from 62.8%. Investors attributed some of the weakness in the headline number to the bad weather and recognised the underlying strength of the economy remained intact. Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) rose 165.6 pts or 1.1% last Friday and 0.6% in the past week. S&P 500 and Nasdaq rallied 1.3% and 1.7% last Friday respectively. All the 10 major industry groups in the S&P 500 rose with healthcare and industrial sectors leading the gainers.
Over in Europe, stocks also rose last Friday led by the basic resources sector. Key European indices such as UK’s FTSE 100, France’s CAC 40 and Germany’s DAX gained 0.2%, 1.0% and 0.5%. Asian markets closed higher last Friday, lifted by positive US overnight market and stability in emerging markets currencies. Japan’s Nikkei 225 gained 307.3pts or 2.2%, while China’s Shanghai Composite and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng added 0.6% and 1.0% respectively. Asean markets were generally positive with Indonesia’s JCI leading the pack with a gain of 1.0%.
Back home, FBM KLCI continued its positive run by gaining 10.7pts or 0.6% last Friday to cross the 1,800 mark. The local market was lifted by strong US overnight market, improved earnings reported such as DiGi and a firmer ringgit against the US dollar. The KLCI gain was driven by heavyweights such as TNB (+2.6%), DiGi (+2.5%) and CIMB (+1.3%). Market trading volume improved to 1.86bn units traded (trading value of RM2.20bn). Overall market breadth was positive with 542 gainers, 256 losers and 324 counters traded unchanged. We expect the local market to trend higher today in tandem with the positive US and regional markets. On the corporate front, UEMS and KLK’s joint venture in Iskandar Malaysia may put some limelight on property counters. In addition, Sarawak-related counters may get attention following a likely change in the state leadership. On the economic data, Malaysia’s export growth of 14.4% YoY in December 2013 augurs well for the local economy with the better external demand mitigating a likely moderation in domestic consumption.
Source: PublicInvest Research - 10 Feb 2014

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发表于 2014-2-10 12:34 | 显示全部楼层
Dynamic Price Threshold Upliftment - 4502WB (MEDIA-WB)



Kindly be informed that Dynamic Price Threshold mechanism on stock : 4502WB (MEDIA-WB) will be uplifted from 12:10 PM until 12:20 PM.
During this period, orders can be matched within 30sen up and down of the Reference Price.
The Reference Price is RM0.60 and the upper and lower limit is RM.90 and RM0.30 respectively.


Announcement Info
Date Announced10 Feb 2014
CategorySpecial Announcement
Reference NoSF-140210-43196


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发表于 2014-2-20 17:12 | 显示全部楼层
4502    MEDIA    MEDIA PRIMA BHD
Quarterly rpt on consolidated results for the financial period ended 31/12/2013
Quarter:4th Quarter
Financial Year End:31/12/2013
Report Status:Unaudited
Submitted By:
Current Year QuarterPreceding Year Corresponding QuarterCurrent Year to DatePreceding Year Corresponding Period
31/12/201331/12/201231/12/201331/12/2012
RM '000RM '000RM '000RM '000
1Revenue451,556477,7271,722,9431,697,845
2Profit/Loss Before Tax86,59998,376289,981282,945
3Profit/Loss After Tax and Minority Interest63,43973,164214,165209,312
4Net Profit/Loss For The Period63,93273,618216,416211,312
5Basic Earnings/Loss Per Shares (sen)5.816.8019.6219.45
6Dividend Per Share (sen)8.007.0014.0013.00
As At End of Current QuarterAs At Preceding Financial Year End
7Net Assets Per Share (RM) 1.50511.4331
Remarks:
Proposed / Declared dividend for current year quarter for the financial year
ending 31 December 2013 includes:
(1)A third interim single-tier dividend of 3.0 sen per ordinary share, to be
paid on 28 March 2014.
(2)A final single-tier dividend of 5.0 sen per ordinary share, which is subject
to the approval of shareholders at the forthcoming 13th AGM.

20/02/2014   05:12 PM


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