BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA You lose drummer and it loks like they closed our favoriate restaurant!!! hows the headache now?
Tivo Inc (TIVO) Discloses Form 4 Insider Selling : Exec. Charles Phillips Sells 4,395 Shares
Tivo Inc (TIVO) Discloses Insider Transaction. Charles Phillips , COO of Tivo Inc sold 4,395 shares on Jul 20, 2015. The Insider selling transaction was disclosed on Jul 22, 2015 to the Securities and Exchange Commission. The shares were sold at $10.24 per share for a total value of $44,998.65.
TiVo Inc. (NASDAQ:TIVO) has lost 3.21% during the past week and dropped 5.82% in the last 4 weeks. The shares are however, marginally negative as compared to the S&P 500 for the past week with a loss of 1.02%. TiVo Inc. (NASDAQ:TIVO) has underperformed the index by 4.83% in the last 4 weeks. Investors should watch out for further signals and trade with caution.
For the current week, the company shares have a recommendation consensus of Buy. TiVo Inc. has dropped 12.07% during the last 3-month period . Year-to-Date the stock performance stands at -16.01%. The company shares have dropped 25.69% in the past 52 Weeks. On August 27, 2014 The shares registered one year high of $14.29 and one year low was seen on July 24, 2015 at $9.93. The 50-day moving average is $10.41 and the 200 day moving average is recorded at $10.72. S&P 500 has rallied 5.09% during the last 52-weeks.
TiVo Inc. (NASDAQ:TIVO) witnessed a decline in the market cap on Friday as its shares dropped 0.35% or 0.035 points. After the session commenced at $10.01, the stock reached the higher end at $10.03 while it hit a low of $9.93. With the volume soaring to 1,854,436 shares, the last trade was called at $9.945. The company has a 52-week high of $14.29. The company has a market cap of $968 million and there are 97,295,000 shares in outstanding. The 52-week low of the share price is $9.93.
Now nomo the clown is gone, all thats left is drumrboy/tim tivo/etc everyone else moved to the private board without you. I told you i would do it! MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!
Comcast has the X1 which they also give away for free.
As far as replacing parts, would you buy a car knowing that in four years "all you're going to have to do" is change the engine?
No big deal, you just buy a new engine and slap it in. ANYONE COULD DO IT!
Genie is only from direct tv what if you have comcast ?
Can you search across all major internet streaming as well as your local cable to setup recording with 1 remote ?
If the hard drive goes just get another one for 40 bucks and replace it and the tivo wil reload itself I understand...
That $400 for "lifetime service" only covers the TIVO's lifetime, not YOUR lifetime. Right now the average TiVo is running about 4 years before the HDD goes bad. Thats when your "lifetime" ends unless you fix it.
And let's be honest, if you can get a DVR for free with a montly cost of about $15 from your MSO, with no money out of pocket why would you want to OWN it?
Your only renting either way. At least when the MSO box bites it you can give it back and gt a brand new one for nothing.
I can "rent" a Genie for 3 years for the same price and not have to worry about it breaking, or paying for Internet service for it to work (you do know that your TiVo doesn't even work unless connected to the Internet, don't you)?
Oh, and the Genie doesn't insult me by charging me for service and forcing me to watch advertising like TiVo does.
These are all reasons why MSO's have over 50 million DVR's in service while TiVo has less than 600 thousand.
TiVo either needs to charge one for the box or charge a montly fee and give the box away like everyone else does. Problem there is NOBODY wants to pay a monthly fee for a piece of equipment they supposedly "own".
my cable company charges 15/month for a dvr with 2 heads and half the capacity of the tivo (which is expandable
I paid 145 for my tivo and 399 for lifetime free service
not sure what you are talking about MSO giving you free dvr maybe direct tv
You said it yourself - 'you get what you pay for'.
The Genie, Hopper, and X1 are just as good if not better than a TiVo. And they don't cost $1000 upfront.
The "WEAKNESS" is you can get a DVR from your MSO for FREE! Why would anyone pay $1000 for a DVR when a simple phone call gets you a DVR delivered and installed?
I would agree - TIVO is by far the best DVR out there. However, it requires the user to get, as well as pair a cable card, and maybe even having to attach a tuning adaper to the TIVO as well (thank you TWC). This is way above the capability, or hassle level, of most normal people. Until you can buy a TIVO from best buy, hook it cup to your cable, plug it in and it works - the retail side of TIVO is dead. Thats why Rodgers if focusing on the mid-tier MSO agreements for growth. The new OTA Romio might appeal to the cord-cutters on the retail side however - if they add built-in streaming to it.
Searching across streaming as well as cable providers. The menuing system is the best in the world and the cost of subscription is 12.00 or you can pay a 1 time 399 charge for LIFETIME subscription
The WEAKNESS of the company is that they they have FAILED to get the message out about what they have in order to get NEW customers who are not PREVIOUS tivo owners. The only marketing they seem to have is word of mouth like what I am saying as well as positive technical reviews.
If they would focus on getting new customers the company would would prosper.
Do any of the employees keep they stock they get from options? Or do they sell it as quick as they can by law? Tivo a game of musical chairs...
The BOD is working for Rogers and not working for the stockholders. They give each other alot of free options and everybody benefits but not the stockholders. FIRE the BOD and Roast Rogers (isn't that what you do to pigs?)