|Bid||0.0000 x 1000|
|Ask||0.0000 x 4000|
|Day's Range||3.5200 - 3.6050|
|52 Week Range||3.0500 - 6.2700|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.17|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||39.33|
|Earnings Date||Jul 31, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||7.25|
Hiki, a new dating app, is vying for a specific certain audience looking for love or friendship — individuals with autism.
The Meet Group, Inc. , a leading provider of interactive livestreaming solutions, today announced that its second quarter 2019 financial results will be issued in a press release on Wednesday, July 31, 2019, before the open of the market.
Weeks after fending off a short-seller attack, New Hope-based the Meet Group is continuing to roll out new ways to monetize its livestreaming product. The dating app company announced Monday it has added a “Levels” feature to livestreams in its flagship MeetMe app to entice users to engage in video. Moving up unlocks new features including virtual face masks and backgrounds. “Levels add a fun, competitive and rewarding dynamic to Live,” CEO Geoff Cook said in a statement. Now, Meet’s focus is on increasing how much “gifting” — users pay for in-app credits they can use to give virtual gifts to livestreamers, who can redeem them for cash — takes place on Live, where it takes a cut from this behavior. Another recently added feature, “Battle,” lets two users livestream side-by-side and compete for gifts.
The Meet Group, Inc. (MEET), a leading provider of interactive livestreaming solutions, today announced that several new product features, including Levels, have begun rolling out to users of its MeetMe app. At each new rank, they will unlock new tools and bonuses available only to streamers of that level, including virtual facemasks, backgrounds, and special animations. “Levels add a fun, competitive and rewarding dynamic to Live,” said Geoff Cook, Chief Executive Officer of The Meet Group.
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The Meet Group, Inc. (MEET), a leading provider of interactive livestreaming solutions, today announced it has launched a number of industry-first safety practices within the newly released iOS and Android versions of its flagship app, MeetMe. “Today we unveiled a number of safety-related features on MeetMe,” said CEO Geoff Cook, “including the most prominent Report Abuse button we have seen in any major livestreaming app. When a user taps this button, a screengrab will be sent to our 200+ person moderation team for rapid review of both the screengrab and the active livestream.
The Meet Group, Inc. , a leading provider of interactive livestreaming solutions, today announced that its CEO, Geoff Cook, will participate in a panel discussion on Online Safety in the Dating and Social Entertainment Market hosted by Mike Latimore, Managing Director, Senior Research Analyst at Northland Capital Markets.
The Meet Group, Inc. (MEET), a leading provider of interactive livestreaming solutions, today announced it has joined the Online Dating Association, an international nonprofit organization dedicated to safety and standardizing best practices in the online connection space. “The ODA is a pioneer in standardizing best practices in online dating and we are proud to be joining forces with their team,” said Geoff Cook, CEO of The Meet Group.
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Americans are swiping left on dating apps. Use of dating apps has been growing slower than expected in recent years, and projects have been lowered for future use, according to research firm eMarketer.
"The Friendly Bear" reported concerns over sexual content on Meet's live streaming feature could get it kicked off the Apple App Store
The Meet Group, Inc. (MEET), a leading provider of interactive livestreaming solutions, today reaffirmed its commitment to industry leading user safety for its more than 15 million monthly active users. The Meet Group makes user safety a top priority, devoting more than 45% of its entire workforce to regulating the content of its apps. The Company employs a variety of human and technological filters to monitor all visual content. The Meet Group has also developed a proprietary textual-monitoring threat detection system that programmatically detects possible safety issues and alerts its safety team of potential abuses. The Meet Group has a zero-tolerance policy for abusive behavior among its users and encourages its members to report abuse, with a simple, one-click reporting feature.
The Meet Group, Inc. (MEET), a leading provider of interactive livestreaming solutions, today announced that its Board of Directors has approved a share repurchase program that enables the Company to purchase up to $30 million of its shares of common stock from time to time in the open market or through negotiated transactions through 2021. The Company expects to fund purchases with cash from operations. "The new stock repurchase program underscores our belief in the livestreaming video opportunity and our positive long-term outlook for our business,” said Geoff Cook, Chief Executive Officer of The Meet Group.
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NEW YORK, June 12, 2019 -- Levi & Korsinsky announces it has commenced an investigation of The Meet Group, Inc. (NASDAQCM: MEET) concerning possible breaches of fiduciary.
As the dating app industry continues to grow, Hiki's founder and CEO saw an opportunity. Jamil Karriem joins Yahoo Finance's YFi AM to discuss how he created the first dating app for individuals with autism.