In my experience, most devs are not interested in being on camera and they view it as, at best, a distraction and usually a pretty onerous task, so my heart goes out to whoever has to wrangle them.
You guys do a kick ass job, and should be proud of how communicative you are.
This is true, we’re up over 600+ employees and only a cadre of regulars appear on our many, many, many broadcasts. One of the things I’m most proud of in my time here is that I’ve never forced or compelled someone to be on camera that didn’t want to be. Does this mean that sometimes we can’t cover the subjects people want when they want it? It does, but making the game comes first. Making the people who make the game comfortable is next, and then my silly videos come last. As important as they are (and I think they very ARE) the game and their well-being is moreso.