Actor, CEO Joshua Jackson defends Liquid Media, his leisure firm

Joshua Jackson on the Windsor Arms Resort in Toronto in September 2021.Sonia Recchia/Getty Photos for Liquid Media Group/ Jane Owen PR

Canadian actor Joshua Jackson stated Tuesday that his leisure firm, Liquid Media Group Ltd. YVR-Q, could be “prepared and capable of ship on our promise” to help unbiased content material creators with a technology-driven, fashionable model of a movie studio.

In a letter to the corporate’s shareholders, Jackson stated he believes Liquid Media “continues to be a high quality funding, offering inflation- and recession-proof shareholder worth.”

Liquid Media, which had a terrific promotional debut on the 2021 Toronto Worldwide Movie Competition, remains to be delivering low income and estimating heavy losses. Two of the corporate’s prime executives have left instantly. Shares have plummeted and Liquid Media is going through delisting from the Nasdaq inventory market. The corporate is value, at $8 million, lower than the houses of a lot of Mr. Jackson in Hollywood. And it may run out of money subsequent 12 months if it fails to draw new funding, its exterior auditors say.

The Globe and Mail reviewed Liquid Media in an article printed on September 8. Mr. Jackson, who served as interim chief government, was not obtainable for an interview for the article.

In Mr. Jackson’s letter, he described the acquisitions and partnerships Liquid Media has remodeled the previous eight months and famous a 187 p.c enhance in income to $1.66 million within the second quarter from the earlier three months.

Liquid Media spent a short while this summer season underneath a “stop commerce” order from the British Columbia Securities and Alternate Fee as a result of it was late in submitting its quarterly outcomes. Andy Wilson, the corporate’s CFO since April 2021, left instantly in July. Ronald Johnson, a media enterprise improvement marketing consultant who joined Liquid Media as CEO in January, 2021 and regularly appeared at investor and media trade occasions to advertise the corporate, resigned in June.

“I’ve been working with administration and our board to make sure a wholesome and fulfilling firm by allocating applicable assets, together with hiring our new CFO, Sheri Rempel, and updating all filings,” Jackson stated Tuesday.

He stated Liquid Media is “working diligently to resolve” its present non-compliance with the Nasdaq inventory change’s guidelines requiring a $1 minimal share value.

Liquid Media traded on the Toronto Enterprise Alternate till its 2018 itemizing on the Nasdaq; for a lot of its historical past since then, the corporate’s inventory value hovered round $2. In March, 2021, a burst of pleasure despatched the inventory as excessive as $7.50. The inventory fell beneath $1 earlier this 12 months. Liquid Media shares final closed above 50 US cents on Could 4 and hit a low of 33 US cents on Could 12.

The inventory closed at 36 US cents on Tuesday on Nasdaq after Mr Jackson printed his letter.

Mr. Jackson owns 860,533 shares, representing about 4.5 p.c of the corporate, in accordance with an announcement by Liquid Media.

“As we transfer into the top of the 12 months, we are going to proceed to develop our choices and create new choices for our clients,” he wrote.

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