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Pandora méprise les profits, Wall Street l'aime quand même

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La radio internet Pandora a réussi son entrée en bourse avec une valorisation qui approchait les 2,8 milliards de dollars mercredi. Pas mal pour une entreprise qui n'a jamais réalisé le moindre bénéfice et qui ne se fixe aucun calendrier pour y arriver.

La radio sur internet Pandora s'est envolée mercredi à son premier jour de cotation à Wall Street, bénéficiant de l'appétit des investisseurs pour les valeurs internet alors même qu'elle reste très floue sur ses perspectives de rentabilité. 

Après un bond de 30% à l'ouverture, l'action Pandora, cotée sous l'initiale P au New York Stock Exchange, a progressivement réduit ses gains durant la séance. Elle affichait tout de même une avancée de 8,88% en clôture (à 17,42 dollars) par rapport à son cours d'introduction, pourtant déjà presque deux fois supérieur à ce qui avait été initialement envisagé. Soit une capitalisation de près de 2,8 milliards de dollars. 

Un enthousiasme remarquable pour une entreprise certes très populaire mais qui reconnaît dans le document d'introduction remis à la SEC que plus elle a du succès, et donc des utilisateurs, plus cela lui coûte cher en droits d'auteur. Les abonnements premiums demandés sont insuffisants et la publicité ne suffisent pas à équilibrer les compte. Conséquence, l'entreprise n'a jamais dégagé le moindre bénéfice et prévoit des pertes d'exploitation "au moins jusqu'à la fin" de l'exercice budgétaire actuel, le 31 janvier 2012. Son patron affiche d'ailleurs un certain mépris pour les marques extérieures de bonne gestion.  

"Nous ne fixons aucune échéance pour les seuils financiers", a dit Joe Kennedy, PDG de la société issu de l'industrie automobile. Interrogé sur la chaîne de télévision CNBC, il s'est refusé à indiquer s'il prévoyait que la société soit rentable à l'échéance d'un, trois ou cinq ans.  

Fondée en 2000, Pandora, accessible uniquement aux Etats-Unis, revendique plus de 90 millions d'utilisateurs et affirme en gagner un par seconde. La radio est disponible sur internet, mais aussi sur téléphone multifonction ou divers appareils électroniques, comme la tablette iPad d'Apple ou la liseuse Kindle d'Amazon. 

Elle a enregistré un chiffre d'affaires de 137,76 millions de dollars sur son exercice achevé le 31 janvier 2011, multiplié par 2,5 en un an, et de 51,04 millions sur le seul premier trimestre de son exercice décalé. Elle a réduit sa perte annuelle nette de plus de moitié à 11,04 millions de dollars, mais au premier trimestre, elle a perdu 9,14 millions de dollars, et elle prévoit encore "d'investir lourdement" pour accompagner sa croissance.  

Pour Gregori Volokhine, analyste à Meeschaert New York, l'envolée relève du "phénomène de mode": "il n'y a pas moyen de légitimer la valorisation actuelle" de 2,55 milliards de dollars au prix d'introduction, alors que Pandora a "un business model facile à copier, puisqu'Amazon et Apple sont déjà dessus". "C'est comme (le réseau social professionnel) LinkedIn (ndlr: entré en Bourse il y a un mois), ce sont des nouveaux business avec une forte croissance, que tout le monde comprend parce que tout le monde les utilise", ajoute M. Volokhine.  

Mercredi, LinkedIn cotait 74,45 dollars, révélant un tassement par rapport à l'enthousiasme du premier jour (où il avait clôturé à 94,25 dollars), même s'il évolue toujours bien au-delà de son cours d'introduction (45 dollars).  

Chez Renaissance Capital, Nick Einhorn imputait le succès de l'opération de Pandora non seulement à sa notoriété, mais aussi au nombre relativement modeste de titres mis en vente (environ 7% du capital), et à ses perspectives de croissance.  

Pandora "ne représente actuellement qu'environ 3% de l'écoute radio aux Etats-Unis, car la radio terrestre reste dominante, donc s'ils peuvent augmenter ce pourcentage dans les années à venir, ils devraient avoir une forte croissance. En plus, ils ont de la marge pour augmenter la publicité sur leur service, ce qui les aiderait à devenir rentables", soulignait encore M. Einhorn.  

M. Kennedy a assuré mercredi que les marges d'exploitation et les flux de trésorerie étaient en amélioration. "Nous fournissons une superbe expérience pour les auditeurs, mais nous comprenons aussi très bien le côté business", a-t-il dit. Il a aussi noté que ses plus grands actionnaires avaient choisi de ne pas vendre leurs actions, "ils sont avec Pandora depuis longtemps et croient très fort dans les opportunités qui sont devant nous", a-t-il affirmé.  

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. 4.0 out of 5 stars A promising, affordable option for a dedicated blu-ray player. By Moviedude on October 20, 2015 Style: Blu-ray | Verified Purchase The BDPS5500 is one of a family of identical Sony blu-ray players aimed at the entry-level market. It slots above the 3500, which has no 3D, and below the 6500, which is region free. Above that you have the rarified world of $150+ BD players, be they enthusiast models from Sony or Samsung, or luxury marques like Oppo and Pioneer. We call this "Just buy a playstation" territory. And since I got this player to replace a PS3 in which the drive had died, I'll review it in that context. I think a lot of people struggle between using a console for a BD player and just buying a bespoke player for less money, so hopefully this will help some of you.

BLU RAY PLAYBACK
Ostensibly the reason to buy a BD player. The S5500 does indeed play Blu Rays, and in fact seems to load them marginally faster than my PS3 did, although I need to play more to verify this. It saves BD data for saved playback position, as you would expect. The picture is crisp and lustrous, but then you have to dip pretty low to find a player that makes BDs look bad. I didn't notice any gain in, or loss of, quality vs the PS3, and the motor in this player is far quieter.
Audio quality is good, and you get enough options to make most home theater setups work. The sheer number of output formats is less here than on a console or enthusiast player, but unless you're driving a really massive theater space, you're unlikely to have any complaints.

STREAMING
The real reason most people buy BD players. The S5500 is not a miniature computer like the PS3 or a Roku, so its menus, and those of apps like Netflix aren't as buttery smooth as on such machines, but they're far better than the stuttering nightmares of players past. Netflix loads as fast, browses as quickly, and plays videos as well here as on my old PS3. Is it worth paying more just so your thumbnails scroll by at a full 60fps? No, of course it isn't.
Further, the S5500 boasts an updated, expansive roster of media channels to choose from- more than the PS3 or many competing players, but fewer than, say, an XBMC box. You get all the main movie and TV players, Pandora, lots of sports, and a surprising number of web and international channels. Sadly absent are the a-la-carte on-demand services of FX and HBO, at least for now.
Many people stress the rate at which Netflix sharpens up when buying a new player- that is the amount of time before the server and your device work out how fast you can stream and give you the best quality. I am pleased to report it is just as good here as on the PS3, although the device is probably the least significant link in that particular chain.

PERFORMANCE
As mentioned above, menus are a little jerky, but they're fast enough that it doesn't seem like an inconvenience. The old XMB UI has been banished in favor of an Android-esque tile system that's fast and easy to use- it returns only for system settings, where it's rather clunky. Compared to the obviously effortless menus of a PS3 or better, this is the biggest actual step down.

BUILD QUALITY AND LIVABILITY
This is a very small player, and very light. In spite of that, it has a sturdy aluminum case that inspires confidence. The fascia is plastic, and if I'm honest is sort of a mess of textures, but the buttons feel solid and the fold-down drive door doesn't rattle or catch. Even if you don't like its looks, it's so small you can easily hide it. The remote is infrared, but powerful enough to work through a wire mesh cabinet as in my case.
Compared to a console, which has a fan-cooled CPU and mechanical hard drive, this player is quiet during use. The motor on the drive is audible, but in a case this small that's unavoidable. Most movies and shows will drown the sound out. The PS3 is loud even by console standards, so the low volume here is its biggest advantage.

Note that the MSRP for this unit is quite high but you shouldn't have to pay it- between the Amazon sales price and some smaller deals, I was able to get it for $70. I consider that a very good price for such a capable device. I have yet to explore DVD playback or Playstation Now functionality on this player, and I will update this review as I learn more about it or experience any issues.

UPDATE 10/26/2015
The player continues to perform without issue. Overall we have found performance with Amazon movie rentals inferior to Netflix, but I have experienced this on other devices; I don't think it's the player. Low noise and a lower profile continue to be highlights.

I didn't talk much about the remote above. It's much smaller than the second-generation PS3 remote I had been using, but it feels sturdier like the first-gen remote. It's also fast to register- in fact until you get used to it, you'll probably start and stop your Netflix shows in one over-long press. This doesn't seem to happen on faster-responding physical media. It's possible opening my cabinet might also improve things. Now that both my TV and BD player take an infrared remote, I'm tempted to get a decent universal, but that's not a black mark on this remote, which is perfectly fine.

I have yet to experience any of the losing-the-network issues other reviewers have reported, but I selected the fast wakeup option on the player, so I don't think it's ever turning off all the way.

UPDATE 11/11/2015
Last night I decided to try some DVD playback. I went with Cowboy Bebop because the contrast and clarity of cartoons tends to give upscalers some trouble. The results were pretty standard: some artifacting on very thin lines, and the occasional peek-through of interlacing, however the quality of textural pictures and bolder lines looked darn near high-def. So I would say this player is strong on upscaling, but not exceptional at providing a clean image, as some of the higher-end Oppos are. But then it doesn't cost over a thousand dollars either.

On the app front, I can also report the Pandora app is simple and easy to use, a definite leg up for this player over the PS3 where, last I checked, you have to access Pandora through your browser and do some Java jiggery-pokery every single time to make it work. My wife has been watching Downton Abby on Amazon, and while the app works fine, streaming connectivity is quite poor- obviously not a problem on the player's end. I suspect the issue may be either a port blocked by my ISP, or Amazon itself. There seems to be a broad perception that Amazon video streaming simply doesn't work right on Sony devices, but this is a rather anecdotal accusation that I haven't seen borne out by any real-world testing or evidence.

UPDATE 11/30/2015
Like many users of Sony players I've noticed an audible noise from this player with some disks. It seems more pronounced with DVDs, probably because DVDs rotate at a different speed. I don't think this is a construction fault with the player, rather it is simply so light that any vibration (perhaps due to uneven disk balance) is translated straight outward. If you place your hand on the player while it's doing this, you can feel a worrisome (although rather suggestive) buzz through its otherwise sturdy metal hull. I'll try giving the corners some additional cushioning in order to see if this can be muffled.

It's worth noting that this was a problem in the PS3 as well sometimes. Even high-end players don't talk up mechanicals like this, so I can't tell you how a more expensive player (that I don't own) might stack up in this regard. I would suspect a cabinet-mounted or more robustly caged enthusiast model would vibrate less audibly, if at all, but we do need to consider price in this regard. Still a 4/5. Read more 0 Comment | 73 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report abuse 5.0 out of 5 stars Streams 3D Movies By AmazonBuyer175 on November 16, 2015 Style: Blu-ray | Verified Purchase The best thing about this cheap little Blu-Ray player is the streaming capability. I find the streaming video quality superior to my Roku 3 and Apple TV 4. It is also better than the built in streaming of my Samsung JS8500. The video quality seems just a little sharper and more vibrant from the Sony. And the very BEST thing about it is the fact that it will stream 3D content from VUDU. If you like to rent movies from VUDU, this little box is one of the few ways out there to access their 3D movie library. My Samsung will also stream 3D from its built in VUDU app, but I like the way the 3D video looks from this player better. The Roku players and Apple TV's will not stream 3D content, not even the new Roku 4K. The 3D movies from VUDU won't even show up in their menus on the other boxes. It is so nice to be able to rent a 3D movie at home without going to the video store or buying the Blu-Ray disc.

This box is a steal for the price and you don't sacrifice anything on the picture quality, it actually improves it. The remote isn't that great, but for $70, who cares. Great product from Sony. Read more 0 Comment | 7 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report abuse 4.0 out of 5 stars Easy to set up and use, consistently good results with CD, DVD, Blu-Ray and Netflix By The Shovel on September 6, 2015 Style: Blu-ray | Verified Purchase This player is very small, yet it performs exactly as advertised, automatically selecting CD, DVD or Blu-Ray, playing them quickly and consistently. The picture quality it yields with DVD is as good as my Panasonic DVD S97, which was a top rated player selling for more than $400 when I bought it in 2005.

It has been very reliable in streaming content from Netflix since I began using ethernet feed. It was less consistent with wifi even though I have a 30 Mbps download speed. Wifi is just a little flakey, whereas ethernet is consistent and reliable. I blame this on the inconsistency of wifi, not on the Sony player.

This player doesn't work with 5 Ghz networks, which is a minor disadvantage.

The player comes with a small remote control which has all the functionality I need, and works very well.

Overall, I am very impressed with this player. I gave it 4 stars only because it can't work with 5 Ghz wireless networks, which I consider to be a very minor shortcoming. I recommend this to anyone. It cost me about the same as a Roku 3, yet it does far more than a Roku. Excellent product from Sony. Read more 0 Comment | 5 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report abuse 1.0 out of 5 stars bad programming on this player. don't buy. By renazantz on October 16, 2015 Style: Blu-ray | Verified Purchase totally unsatisfied. the coding inside the machine was worthless. i should not have to reboot the bluray to change between tv and streaming and playing the bluray. never had a player like this in all my machines i have owned. returned it and will need to rethink Sony purchases. Read more 0 Comment | 8 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report abuse See all 711 reviews Write a customer review

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