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BBC boss admits ‘we're losing red hot talent' as Graham Norton and Phoebe Waller-Bridge jump ship: ‘It's a real worry for us'

2 monthes ago   |   By Metro

BBC is losing ‘red hot talent' and
The BBC's director-general has admitted the broadcaster is losing ‘red hot talent' to rival channels and streaming services in the battle to snap up big names for big money.
Tim Davie used Phoebe Waller-Bridge as an example. After her comedy Fleabag , which first aired on BBC Three in 2016, she went on to sign a megabucks deal thought to be in the region of eight-figures with Amazon Prime Video.
Addressing MPs on the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, Davie said: ‘We are losing talent. It's not just people going to Times Radio and all those...
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Director-general: BBC losing talent in ‘red hot' battle with streamers for stars

Director-general: BBC losing talent in ‘red hot' battle with streamers for stars

2 monthes ago   |   By Belfast telegraph

The BBC's director-general has warned the corporation is losing talent in a “red hot” battle for stars and creators with rivals and streaming services.
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