One Media iP

One Media iP Group

One Media iP Group is an expanding and profitable B2B music rights acquirer and exploiter. We specialise in acquiring and monetising music content through digital download and streaming services worldwide. Our library now contains in excess of 170,000 nostalgia music tracks.

Digital Exploitation

As a digital music label, our clients are at the forefront of digital music services. Compiled from the vast library of music tracks we own and/or control we have supplied more than 16,000 music albums to all the major digital music stores worldwide including iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.

Sync Library

As a B2B audio provider, music from our sync library is used in adverts, films, TV shows and games. Our bespoke online software enables music supervisors to find the perfect music to fit their brief. All tracks are available to stream as full-length MP3s and the advanced search facility allows you to search for lyrics, moods, years, chart positions, genre, and of course specific artists and tracks. We have music to suit all briefs and budgets at unbeatable rates.

Music Library

One Media iP is a major independent music content owner. The library contains in excess of 170,000 music tracks performed by over 4,000 artists from the 1920s to the 21st century with hits spanning 10 decades and every genre of music from Rock to Pop, Country, R&B, Blues, Jazz, Electronic, Reggae, Children's, Gospel, World music and Hip-Hop, plus over 1200 hours of classical music.

Investor Relations

One Media iP Group Plc is listed on the AIM Market (a share trading platform of the London Stock Exchange). It is profitable, debt free, has EIS and VCT eligibility and is a dividend stock.

9th October 2015


One Media iP Leading The Way On Monetisation At The London iP Summit

Hosted at The London Stock Exchange, this years guest speakers will include One Media iP’s Michael Infante, who will be on a panel of experts including IBM’s Marc A. Ehrlich and QinetiQ’s Dr. Elli Oxtoby discussing the all important role of iP monetisation.

The 4th LPS - London IP Summit, is an industry leading event dedicated to bringing together IP owners, experts and investors to address key challenges and operational issues faced by companies and IP professionals today. The summit will provide meaningful and valuable insights in IP generation as well as managing, protecting, enforcing and monetising intellectual property portfolio. The event aims to create an industry networking platform to accelerate stakeholders’ collaboration as a vehicle for higher profit generation.

The LPS - London IP Summit, chaired by Stephen Pattison of ARM Holdings Plc, is an established annual meeting for IP regulators, policy makers, Board-level IP managers, as well as IP experts, litigators, investors and their advisers in a dialogue designed to address and to discuss best practices and solutions to enhance IP management strategies.

  • One Media iP Ltd Awarded $781,846.32 USD in Copyright Litigation in the USA

    One Media iP Ltd Awarded $781,846.32 USD in Copyright Litigation in the USA

    One Media is pleased to announce that the litigation against Henry Hadaway, HHO Licensing Ltd and Henry Hadaway Organisation Ltd,(“the Hadaway Defendants”) has been successfully adjudged as 'wilful copyright infringement of One Media iP's (the Plaintiff) exclusive copyrights into the Point Classics catalogue of recordings.

    On 17 September 2015 the Federal Court in Nashville Tennessee issued a judgment for the sum of $781,846.32 USD (seven hundred & eighty one thousand, eight hundred and forty six dollars and 32 cents) (which includes costs of $9,928.82 USD) in favour of One Media iP Ltd against the HHO entities and Henry Hadaway personally for the wilful infringement of 1,466 (one thousand four hundred and sixty six) recordings from the Point Classics catalogue owned exclusively by One Media iP Ltd.

    Point Classics is currently one of the leading digital classical music catalogues and comprises many of the great masterpieces by the world's greatest composers. Works composed by Vivaldi, Verdi, Tchaikovsky, Strauss, Smetana, Schumann, Schubert, Rossini, Ravel, Pachelbel, Mozart, Hadyn, Handel, Dvorak, Brahms, Bizet, Beethoven, Bach and Albinoni to name just some of the 100 composers within the catalogue of rights.

    The catalogue comprises of over 4000 recordings it is widely used (under strict license) for digital, physical and synchronization purposes. Point Classics operates a digital web site for music supervisors and licensees alike whereby the content is regularly exploited on a B2B basis. (

    One Media is now exploring its legal options with regards to enforcing the award made by the Federal Court in Nashville Tennessee.

    Michael Infante CEO commented "We are pleased that the Federal Court in Nashville Tennessee has recognised our exclusive ownership into these recordings and the wilful infringement made by the Hadaway Defendants. This sends a strong message to those who believe that exploiting our content in foreign territories will go unchallenged. The music industry is only as good as its content and its ability to monetise it and we will strongly defend our music assets whereby we see them being flagrantly infringed”.

    For further information, please contact:
    One Media iP Group Plc  -  Chairman and Chief Executive Michael Infante Tel: +44 (0)175 378 5500
    One Media iP Group Plc - Brand & Communications Manager - Alice Dyson-Jones Tel: +44 (0)175 378 5501

  • One Media to Attend Reeperbahn Music Festival Conference

    One Media to Attend Reeperbahn Music Festival Conference

    One Media iP is pleased to announce it's attendance at this years Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg, Germany as part of the BPI’s trade mission delegation. The Reeperbahn Festival Conference is Europe’s B2B platform for the music and digital industry and offers industry professionals the opportunity to meet and exchange ideas at sessions, networking events, meetings, award ceremonies and showcases. At this year’s conference, top international speakers will address issues relevant to the music industry under the heading ‘Talents, Trends & Trade’ and its submarkets – recorded music, live entertainment, and publishing and related sectors in the digital economy.

    The conference welcomes more than 3,500 media representatives and professionals from the music and digital industries from approximately 40 countries and runs from 23 - 26th September 2015.

    To arrange a meeting with one of the One Media team attending the conference please email:

    Michael Infante - CEO & Chairman - This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    Alice Dyson-Jones Brand & Communication Manager - This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • One Media iP Group PLC Announces Half Year Results

    One Media iP Group PLC Announces Half Year Results

    Financial Highlights

    • Turnover of £1,487,132 (2014: £1,492,412);
    • Profit before tax of £270,454 (2014: £345,570);
    • Cash balances of £1,016,994 at 30 April 2015 (£1,219,466 at 31 October 2014);
    • Dividend of 0.071p per ordinary share paid in November in respect of the year ended 31 October 2014; and
    • Interim dividend declared of 0.071p per ordinary share declared in respect of the six month period ended 30 April 2015.

    Outlook from Chairman and Chief Executive Michael Infante

    ‘Streaming’, or ‘Screaming‘ as the Music industry seems to be greeting the transformational medium shift, is becoming the emerging method of choice for digital consumers and we welcomed the arrival of Apple’s new streaming initiative at the end of June, ‘Apple Music’. The music market perception is contentious between rights owners and the digital distributors and this has to play out, we are 100% behind their initiative. The list of artists and trade associations alike that have resisted the change has been slightly appeased by the recent U-turn by Apple on its “Free for Three” deal as I call it by a ‘sticking plaster’ token royalty rate, but in my opinion the resisting content owners are just going to be proven as ‘coming late to the party’ and not just ‘fashionably late’. To date, we have successfully navigated the curves, but there is a small price to pay for this in the short term.

    The news from Apple Music regarding the 3-month consumer trial with the low royalty rate from inception will seem a mere bagatelle 18-months from now.  Increasing understanding of how our business may grow in the future and having the insight that I believe One Media has, has served us well to date. The speed with which the music market is evolving presents exciting prospects for us. Where there's confusion, there's opportunity and it's just about ensuring best value for the business.

    Content is the most important element of any music store and without content it can deliver nothing.  Apple Music’s only fault is that it is 2 years too late, but it will catch up. The 3-month trial is costly but long-term it will prove good for content owners. I cannot predict how many iTunes users will switch to the new service but in all honesty from a One Media point of view, I hope they all do. Our content has achieved a higher yield of transactions on Spotify than on any other downloading store over the last three years, including Amazon. Our type of content, nostalgic back catalogue, performs well on streaming stores. My view is that consumers are more likely to experiment with tracks for their playlists when it does not cost them £0.99p to add. Last year in America, album downloads fell by 9% whilst on-demand streaming soared by 54% (Source: Sunday Times 14/6/15). Apple are reported to hold details of over 800 million credit cards. I believe that this will greatly add to its power of persuasion to its customer base. My view is that Apple’s target of 100 million subscriptions over the forthcoming period makes them a serious contender to Spotify and will rewrite the music consumption landscape moving forward. Spotify launched in 2008 in Scandinavia with just a few thousand subscribers; it now boasts 75 million users in total with 20 million of them paying a monthly subscription. The use of ‘Freemium Access’ was their most compelling route to market. Apple’s approach is different, initially the 3-month free trial engenders commitment. During that time the consumer will have built new playlists and stopped paying the track download rate. Not every Apple user will convert, but those who do and the new Apple Music adopters, will enjoy access to over 13 million tracks of great music catalogue with a depth that hitherto they have not yet explored through the previous destination downloading method. Who wants to spend money on something you may only play a few times? When paid for subscription on streaming hits ‘critical mass’ it can only benefit the music industry.

    One more crucial point in this ever-changing music market place. As Streaming grows, the Group has the opportunity to market its music directly with consumers via playlists. We can better engage with our nostalgic music fan base and better understand its behaviour and habits, as well as identify territories in which our fans are based. This can only assist with our acquisition program to buy more of the content that suits One Media’s market.

    The outlook for the music industry is very positive, but there are still adjustments to manage whilst the stores fight it out for supremacy. Our video exploitation is growing at a steady rate with YouTube and we are very encouraged as our eighteen video channels gain further traction. In the last 12 months we have achieved over 276 million minutes of viewing on our YouTube channels, bringing the total since launch in 2013 to circa 1 billion minutes of viewing. Income from our channels continues to grow month by month as more territories switch on to an ‘Ad-Spend’ model. Emerging territories such as Vietnam, Tunisia and Morocco have been added to the monetised list of countries this year, with more set to follow.  Whilst the debates and discussions on Apple Music are set to continue, we must mention our excitement about whispers that the best-kept secret within the industry, Google’s YouTube ‘MusicKey’ which is due to launch later this year. This long awaited music site from YouTube is a paid music streaming subscription service. The service is an extension of Google's existing store, Google Play. The All Access ‘Music key’ service, along with the existing audio-only streaming functionality provided as part of All Access, adds integration with YouTube to provide ‘advertising-free’ streaming of music videos hosted by the service. With YouTube’s 1 billion active users each month, they are certainly the dark horse amongst the pack.

    We believe that the Group is positioned correctly both technically and from a content perspective to benefit from the changes within the industry moving forward. Margins (due to reduced rate card trials widely reported in the press) will be challenged but we are a stringently run organisation with a focus on our cost centres and exploitation partners. Opportunities for further acquisition of content and development are paramount to our operation and despite some pending industry turbulence we remain positive on the outlook of our business. We value the integrity of our copyrights and the new emerging consumers that will be embracing music and video through the many new digital stores that are yet to launch.   

  • Dr Who Spin off drama DownTime acquired by One Media iP Ltd

    Dr Who Spin off drama DownTime acquired by One Media iP Ltd

    One Media iP Ltd has acquired the Dr Who spin off drama DownTime, directed by Christopher Barry (1925-2014) the longest serving director on the original series of Doctor Who.

    Downtime was originally released in 1995 direct-to-video by Reeltime Pictures Ltd and features the characters The Brigadier (Nicholas Courtney) and Sarah Jane Smith (Elisabeth Sladen) and tells the story of New World University, a sinister school run by none other than Victoria Waterfield (Deborah Watling)
    and a gateway to Earth by the Great Intelligence which has manipulated her.

    Written by Marc Platt, Produced by Keith Barnfather, with Associate Producers Ian Levine and Andrew Beech, the show stars many actors from the original Dr Who cast including Elisabeth Sladen who went on to find renewed fame in 2006 in the spin-off series The Sarah Jane Adventures, and Nicolas Courtney who reprised his Brigadier role opposite her in 2008.

    Christopher Barry was the longest serving director on the original series of Doctor Who (1963), directing episodes over a duration of 16 years between 1963 and 1979, and was one of only three directors to direct episodes starring all of the first four actors to play the Doctor (William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker).

    Producer Keith Barnfather was delighted, “One Media have a great reputation for bringing creative works to the widest possible audience and I’m thrilled they’ve taken this on. Downtime deserves to be seen by Doctor Who fans and film fans alike. I can’t wait to see what they do!” 

    Michael Infante, One Media Chairman commented “Doctor Who fans will finally be able to get their hands on this forgotten gem.” A digital & DVD release is expected to come to market before the end of 2015, containing a brand new documentary of the ‘Making of Downtime’ as well as other unseen bonus footage.

  • The One Media quick guide to Apple Music

    The One Media quick guide to Apple Music

    Today Apple launches a new streaming music service. Here’s what you need to know before you jump in.

    Apple Music is a brand new on-demand music subscription service offering access to Apple’s complete music library for £9.99 a month. The service combines your own purchased music with Apple’s catalogue of 30 million songs, letting you listen to specific artists, or check out personally curated music from the service’s music editors. Instead of having to spend £0.79 every time you want to purchase a new track your subscription buys you full access — but unlike it’s competitors Apple’s service will be curated by humans, not algorithms, and that will better help you find the music you like to hear. The Apple radio will also have real humans doing the curation.

    Our view… the decision to try out the new service is a no-brainer. It’s free for three months and finally being able to combine your downloads with a streaming service that ultimately delivers you more of the music you love in a way that Apple only can…

    What does this mean for content owners? Well, Apple have been responsive to our concerns and owners will still be paid for streams during the free trial. We are confident that the finalised deal is in the best interests of all of our label clients and we are excited about the prospects of this new service.

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