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September 26, 2014
The Directors of SyQic, (AIM:SYQ), the fast growing OTT provider of paid video content across mobile and internet enabled consumer devices, announces that it has received notification that on 25 September 2014 David Cotterell, Non-Executive Director, purchased 15,000 ordinary shares of no par value ("Ordinary Shares") in SyQic at a price of 66 pence per share.
Following this transaction, David Cotterell holds 115,000 Ordinary Shares in SyQic representing 0.43 per cent. of the current issued share capital of the Company.
Steve Elliff, Chief Financial Officerwww.syqic.com
Allenby Capital Limited
Alex Price / Jeremy PorterTel: +44 (0) 20 3328 5656
Walbrook, Financial PR and IR
Bob Huxford / Guy McDougall / Sam AllenTel: +44 (0) 20 7933 8792
Notes to Editors:
SyQic is a fast growing OTT (Over The Top) provider of live TV and on-demand paid video content across mobile internet-enabled consumer electronics devices such as mobile phones and tablets through its "Yoonic" platform. Yoonic utilises efficient mobile video streaming as its core offering and allows for close to high definition streaming, utilising adaptive bit-rate streaming technology that matches the available bandwidth through the Group's proprietary encoding methodology, and can stream as low as 80kbps.
The Group has access to over 40,000 hours of online video-on-demand content as well as over 200 live television feeds comprising English and International video content as well as content for a number of 'home markets.' The content is delivered through SyQic's platforms via a number of channels in the movies, drama, music, sports, news, lifestyle and general entertainment genres.
The Group, which is incorporated in Jersey and headquartered in the UK, already has a significant service footprint in the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia. The Group has recently launched international OTT services for the Bangladeshi and Filipino communities in the UK, Malaysia, and Singapore and these services will soon be launched in other regions. Other migrant content launches are planned in the near term.