I would suggest that those who can read English go to Seeking Alpha and download my latest posting on the company https://seekingalpha.com/article/4195444-airmedia-group-destroying-shareholder-value-epilogue.
I did some bottom fishing and bought some shares in March 2015 when it was trading at the then all time low of below $2. Soon after, the price shot up with all the corporate deals and the privatisation offer at $6. After doing some detailed analysis and due diligence, I discovered that the company was lying about its risk disclaimers and sold all my shares above $5 for a pretty good margin, without waiting for the buyout, as I have figured that it was unlikely to happen for various reasons that I have detailed in a series of postings on Seeking Alpha. I even went to the extent of consulting class action lawyers on whether they would be interested in taking a suit against the company and directors for misrepresentation, if not fraud, but unfortunately, they told me that because I did not suffer any financial loss, I have no locus standi as plaintiff. Even though I now have no skin in the game, as a student of finance and ex-stockbroker, I take this as a case study to see whether my analysis is correct, after having been taken for a ride by a number of Chinese companies. My main focus was the professional investors on Seeking Alpha, until someone alerted me that there is an active blog in Xueqiu. I was reluctant to post here because even though I can read Chinese, my working language is English, but I thought that if my assessment is correct, I should alert the investors here as to what is happening in the company that may not be in their best interests.