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    Time to buy here. Oversold.

    by longtimefollower Jan 8, 2016 12:25 AM

    Current stock price is irrational.

    Yet, it may take time for others to acknowledge this or even decide to buy. Specially with no prospects of increasing sales or a greater push by nextradio.

    I think small cap, microcap value investor is nowhere to be found.

  • Reply to

    Time to buy here. Oversold.

    by longtimefollower Jan 8, 2016 12:25 AM

    That has nothing to do with whether the stock is a bargain, or not, at 50 cents.

  • Reply to

    Time to buy here. Oversold.

    by longtimefollower Jan 8, 2016 12:25 AM

    Unable to make one decent rally for 1 year. Never seen that before. This is utter garbage. Why do you want to buy at .43. You will still lose money!

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  • Reply to

    Time to buy here. Oversold.

    by longtimefollower Jan 8, 2016 12:25 AM

    Management consistently gives themselves share and then sells them into the open market.. Check insider sales. Has been going on for a long time. Great game but terrible for shareholders.

  • Reply to

    Time to buy here. Oversold.

    by longtimefollower Jan 8, 2016 12:25 AM

    I could take $1.25 today. But as we move closer to 2H16 I am not sure. By then, ATT will have their new gadgets loaded with the FM chip and nextradio will already have some history on BLU products as well as with android/verizon. If there is traction this will snowball. Including automakers. Then, nextradio will have great reach, therefore great value.

    You really have to wonder what iheartradio and iheartmedia are doing. These are bankrupt companies drowning in debt in the billions. Same with pandora and the like and never making a profit.

    There are reasons not to like emms and its management. And the credit ratings were downgraded rightfully after RL's departure. But leverage has been cut and has improved and with the cost cutting measures there is a chance sp/moodys will revert their credit rating downgrade. Let's not forget one of the credit rating agencies has characterized emms as "innovators", always.

  • Reply to

    Time to buy here. Oversold.

    by longtimefollower Jan 8, 2016 12:25 AM

    Good luck finding buyers when mgt can't buy 1 share.

  • It's pretty clear from the actions that they announced, that risk has been DRAMATICALLY reduced here....and the stock price deserves to trade up, commensurately. Specifically, $7.5 million in annual expense reductions, and their taking the option to exclude operating losses of NextRadio, etc., from covenant EBITDA calculations, puts the company in a much more secure place, that should allow shareholders to sleep easy at night. In addition, they have a chance of seeing some solid politiical advertising this year...and they are talking about anniversarying the new competitor in L.A., within a couple quarters, so stabilization at a known and quantifiable "lower level" can now be established. Meanwhile, their actions to replace the guy in charge in New York mean that/those stations have a good chance of improving their performance....while Jeff talked about radio, overall, expecting a smidge of GROWTH in 2016. Perhaps most importantly, NextRadio, and the other new ventures, add not only venture capital type "sex appeal" here, but with the expectation of being in ONE THIRD of the phones in the United States (based on the carriers they have ALREADY signed up) , the possibility of some real ad and other revenue starting to kick in later in this calendar year is not to be dismissed. (Yet, the Street essentially values NextRadio at NADA, based on Emmis's current EV.

    Finally, we have seen the CEO express interest twice before in taking this company private, and with the way the marketplace values radio, the miniscule market cap here, and the "friends in high places" the CEO has evidenced that he has, one would think that offering the shareholders a premium of, say, $1.25 a share, would be a scenario that could garner the support of a "majority of the minority." (I, as a roughly 1% owner of the nonaffiliated shares, would be in support of such a move.)

    It will be interesting to see if any insiders start buying this in the open market, when the window opens up.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Tsunami of sellers

    by as0nwecc Dec 31, 2015 4:02 PM

    How are we doing with the 3% of this company lol? hardy har har har never mind I found the seller.

  • Reply to

    Tsunami of sellers

    by as0nwecc Dec 31, 2015 4:02 PM

    Hardy har har har.

  • LOL It is literally impossible for these shares to go up lolol. There is an unbelievable amount of hated shares to be sold and sellers ready to dump upon the tiniest of rallies. LOL

  • Hey, in fast money all guys agreed that 2016 is the year of the BIG VALUE TRADE.

    They defined that as whatever is TRASH and has been TRASH for the last 7 years.

    WE MUST BE NUMBER ONE ON THAT LIST!!!!

    Hold for the ride!!!

  • IHRT and iheartmedia

    debt: 20.59 billion

    LOL

    Good luck Rush Limbaugh.

    Don't forget. Starting 2016 nextradio begins expansion with acceleration on 2H16 once ATT android phones start shipping with the FM chip enabled.

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  • Stock options being handed out to mgmt. positions like water in a flood. Mgmt. doesn't have to make this co. succeed. They grant themselves free stock then sell into the open market, time and time again driving prices down, but lining their own pockets. Where is the fiduciary responsibility to shareholders here? I don't even hear any shareholders complaining as most don't even realize how the wool is being pulled over their eyes.

  • Reply to

    News today...

    by as0nwecc Nov 17, 2015 8:55 PM

    And then there is also UNIVISION.

    Indianapolis – October 29, 2015 – Fans of Hispanic radio now have a brand new way to experience their favorite local station. Univision Radio enabled its 46 FM radio stations with TagStation® to deliver visual, interactive content to NextRadio®. The move will give its listeners an even better way to connect with their favorite Univision Radio stations.

    “We are so pleased to have Univision join the NextRadio platform. Univision signing on is a very important group for the platform. They represent a key target demographic with 93% of Hispanics listening to radio each week. Welcome aboard Univision we appreciate your support of NextRadio as an industry solution,” Paul Brenner, President NextRadio.

    TagStation is the cloud-based service that is the programming and sales content engine behind NextRadio, powering the interactive experience. It allows radio stations to synchronize their radio broadcasts with album artwork, images, text and interactive touch points for visual display in NextRadio. Stations can also build their station promotions, broadcast schedule content, and enhance advertising on the NextRadio app.

    “We are pleased to join the NextRadio platform,” said Lee Davis, executive vice president of Univision Local Media. “We are focused on creating new ways to enrich the listening experience for our audience and advertising partners and we know that increased interaction with their favorite Univision Radio personalities will create a stronger listener connection.”

    With a robust portfolio of stations across the country, Univision Radio stations are No.1 or No. 2 among Hispanics in 9 of the Top 10 Markets, with a unique weekly audience of 14.9 million.

  • Reply to

    News today...

    by as0nwecc Nov 17, 2015 8:55 PM

    2016 might look a little better with ATT, T mobile, android devices and now BLU plus the HTC phones and the Moto.

  • 11/17/2015
    10 Million+ new annual BLU customers will now enjoy NextRadio as the native FM radio app

    Indianapolis, IN. – November 17, 2015 – Beginning in 2016, BLU Products will start installing the NextRadio® app as the native FM tuner for all its new Android devices. This partnership gives BLU’s 30 million smartphone users all over the world the ability to immediately download the NextRadio app and gain a more robust FM radio listening experience.

    BLU Products is an American mobile phone manufacturer founded in 2009 and offers affordable, attractive and innovative mobile devices to suit a wide variety of consumer needs. Over 30 million BLU mobile devices have been sold in over 40 countries. BLU is pioneering the advancement of the prepaid and no-contract revolution by providing a vast portfolio of advanced unlocked mobile phones at reasonable prices.

    “We are so pleased to have BLU as the latest OEM to offer the NextRadio app,” said Paul Brenner, President of NextRadio. “BLU not only turned on the FM Chip for their current customers but will make it a preloaded on all new phone releases, which makes this a big opportunity for listener and advertiser growth for the entire radio industry.”

    “BLU Products is excited about NextRadio providing a better FM radio listening experience on its smartphones,” said Mariana Ferreira, Sr Director of Business Development, BLU Products. “This is a great win for all BLU customers who will now enjoy a new, free entertainment option, as well as a benefit for us to be able to offer unique features that set our products apart from the rest.”

    NextRadio is a free smartphone app which utilizes the activated FM receivers in smartphones combined with the internet to allow you to see, hear and interact with local radio. It is available also on Sprint, Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile, and will be available in 2016 for download on Android devices from AT&T and T-Mobile. Supported on new HTC phones as well as Motorola’s Moto G and...

  • Reply to

    Price plummet

    by tgagrippa Nov 12, 2015 1:08 PM

    Management hates their own stock and shareholders. This is why they never offer an open conference call where shareholders or even analysts could ask questions freely.

    They control the communication and screen all -most likely- nasty interaction. About the only thing they like(d) are (or were) their self-granted stock options which they used as free tokens paid-by-shareholders cashing in from a cash register at their disposal. Except for the fact that one day they realized they were shooting themselves in the foot. And the music stopped.

    So in which other ways can this management continue to milk the company? Either by increasing their salaries/bonuses -which they did- or by selling short their own stock. Which I imagine they have no problem in doing so.

    A different management would have diversified into other media or acted more aggressively in the applications game. Perhaps even ventured into streaming, which Smuylan opposes. But here you have a king that can't be dethroned and no activist investor will care.

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