ITV PLC (ITV.L)

ITV.L on London Stock Exchange

241.00GBp
5 Mar 2015
Change (% chg)

6.50p (+2.77%)
Prev Close
234.50p
Open
245.50p
Day's High
246.90p
Day's Low
239.70p
Volume
21,597,189
Avg. Vol
11,242,037
52-wk High
246.90p
52-wk Low
167.10p

ITV.L

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About

ITV plc is a United Kingdom-based integrated producer broadcaster, operating the commercial family of channels in the United Kingdom. The Company also delivers its content on demand through various platforms, both directly and via ITV Player. Its distribution business sells finished programs and formats across the world. The... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.32
Market Cap(Mil.): £9,439.58
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 4,025.41
Dividend: 3.30
Yield (%): 2.00

Financials

  ITV.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 24.44 24.99 19.26
EPS (TTM): 0.10 -- --
ROI: 25.59 18.54 14.29
ROE: 51.57 21.34 18.19
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BRIEF-ITV confirms in exclusive talks to acquire Talpa Media

* Notes press speculation regarding potential acquisition of Talpa Media by ITV

27 Feb 2015

Liberty Global has no plans to increase ITV stake

LONDON - Liberty Global has no plans to increase its stake in British broadcaster ITV, its chief strategy officer James Ryan said, after the firm took a 6.4 percent stake earlier this year as part of its European expansion.

09 Sep 2014

UPDATE 1-Liberty Global has no plans to increase ITV stake

LONDON, Sept 9 - Liberty Global has no plans to increase its stake in British broadcaster ITV, its chief strategy officer James Ryan said, after the firm took a 6.4 percent stake earlier this year as part of its European expansion.

09 Sep 2014

Britain's ITV pushes for Sky, Virgin to pay for its channels

LONDON - British free-to-air commercial broadcaster ITV wants to charge pay-TV rivals such as BSkyB and Virgin Media to carry its channels, saying such a move would give it more money to make programmes.

08 Sep 2014

Britain's ITV pushes for Sky, Virgin to pay for its channels

LONDON, Sept 8 - British free-to-air commercial broadcaster ITV wants to charge pay-TV rivals such as BSkyB and Virgin Media to carry its channels, saying such a move would give it more money to make programmes.

08 Sep 2014

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