Cinedigm traded at $0.47 this Friday November 25th, increasing $0.02 or 3.30 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Cinedigm gained 10.68 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 70.32 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Cinedigm to be priced at 0.45 by the end of this quarter and at 0.41 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

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Peers Price Day Year
Sony 11,600.00 -90.00 -0.77% -17.05%
AMC Entertainment 7.51 -0.13 -1.70% -80.04%
AMC Networks 20.91 -0.11 -0.52% -46.74%
Cinedigm 0.47 0.02 3.30% -70.32%
Comcast 35.65 0.12 0.34% -30.23%
Cinemark 13.85 0.03 0.22% -13.44%
Gaiam 2.52 -0.11 -4.18% -72.15%

Indexes Price Day Year
USND 11226 -58.96 -0.52% -27.53%
US2000 1869 5.67 0.30% -16.77%

Cinedigm Corp. (Cinedigm) is an independent streaming company. It is an independent distributor and aggregator of independent film and television content rights distributed across digital, over-the-top (OTT), physical, and home and mobile entertainment platforms. It is also a servicer of digital cinema assets on approximately 6,200 domestic and foreign movie screens. The Company offers a library of over approximately 33,000 film & TV assets, 16 streaming brands across 19 live streaming channels, and over 640,000 subscribers (SVOD). The Company manages Screambox subscription-based service. Its streaming portfolio include a mix of subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) services and advertising-based video on Demand (AVOD) and free ad-supported streaming television (TV) services (FAST) channels, including indie film (Fandor) and horror (Screambox and Bloody Disgusting), among others. The Company operates under two segments: Cinema Equipment Business and Content & Entertainment Business.