15/09/17 Reverse order Timestamp format

  1. Jon Thoday: There's a real problem with developing new talent especially with the BBC #RTSCambridge
  2. Jon Thoday of @avalonent: There's less money spent on developing talent now than any time I can remember #RTSCambridge
  3. [email protected]garvie1: When I was a boy it was sexy to be on tele. Now you can go on YouTube and make your own stuff without the need to #RTSCambridge
  4. Thoday: You need to put new talent somewhere that they can succeed. A blap or a YouTube series isn't enough #RTSCambridge
  5. Thoday: There's less opportunity than there ever has been [for new talent]. @Channel4 is the best but they aren't good enough #RTSCambridge
  6. Youtubers regularly come to us because they want to be on TV, says Jon Thoday of @avalonent #RTSCambridge
  7. [email protected]garvie1: There's a danger of us wallowing in nostalgia of talent, it's changing #RTSCambridge
  8. There are 'New Talent' & 'Big Hits', it's the middle training ground that's missing, says @ComedyCentralUK's @JillOffman #RTSCambridge
  9. Thoday: We lack the ability to focus on how we nurture a tv show to the proper success of a broadcaster #RTSCambridge
  10. Thoday: We have great creative voices, what we're less good at is turning that into successful long-running television #RTSCambridge
  11. Thoday: British broadcasters cannot allow a satire show to have a political bias #RTSCambridge
  12. Thoday: Satire should be dangerous & it's hard to do that here - unlike in US where Jon Stewart etc can take a position #RTSCambridge  https://twitter.com/RTS_Now/status/908633716582383616 
  13. [email protected]garvie1: In Britain we spread talent really thinly, and I think focus is everything #RTSCambridge
  14. [email protected]JillOffman: We don't have the same economics as the US, they can to grow that talent & nurture it #RTSCambridge
  15. Thoday: "It's painted tht people don't like mainstream broadcasting anymore, but maybe the old shows are just getting past it" #RTSCambridge
  16. Thoday: We're all talking about young talent, but no money is spent on developing the next big show for prime time TV #RTSCambridge
  17. [email protected]edharvard1: There hasn't been a huge pool of people out there that have presented themselves as extraordinary #RTSCambridge
  18. Heather Jones from @AENetworksUK asks if the art of entertainment presenters is dead #RTSCambridge
  19. [email protected]garvie1: We're thinking nostalgically about the past to think of future stars, but everything is changing. Why do it? #RTSCambridge
  20. Thoday: People worry too much about talent pay. You should worry about the total cost of the programme instead #RTSCambridge
  21. [email protected]edwardhavard1: Talent needs to be more about a relationship and less about the money [to get best programming] #RTSCambridge