Dee Forbes outlined how license fee evasion and “no-home TVs” are contributing to an annual loss in funding of €65 million.https://t.co/EQvWHBoyzo
— Today FM News (@TodayFMNews) January 20, 2022
Is Dee Forbes suggesting that every household in Ireland be lumbered with a charge to address those who won’t pay TV Licence? Or indeed the hundreds of thousands who don’t watch bloody RTE.
Up your game & jettison the overpaid obseletes.
— Marie Tess 😷 (@TesstessToron) January 20, 2022
I'm sorry but if Dee Forbes thinks anyone would go for as she calls "over the top" subscription model service she's more deluded than I thought. As I've said before, stop paying overrated presenters exhorbitant salaries & you wouldn't be constantly whinging for more money
— Declan Moran (@declanm12) January 20, 2022
Make it a pay per view service and see how many Irish households would sign up to watch their "STARS?". Cut the extortionate salary of Dee Forbes and the "bogus self employed" in RTE.
— Jimbof58 (@JamesFa80559587) January 20, 2022
Public Accounts Committee.
Seemed to go well.
It’s not often that we get music accompaniment to a sneaky raid on taxpayers. This is Dee Forbes yesterday looking smug at €8m cost being transferred from RTE to National Concert Hall. Despite the transfer, RTE is keeping the €8m taxpayer funding for the orchestra
Ba-dum-tish! https://t.co/AW8fvS4PzT pic.twitter.com/xkqmNE5hiE
— nwl (@nwl88444048) January 20, 2022