Let's assume your prognosis is right, that happens. That still begs two questions. Number one, your mindset is control, but that's not mine. Mine is what does it mean? How can we take advantage? How can we use it to further the objective of the Broadcasting Act?
Now, assume it's going the way you are doing it. Canadian radio stations can stream too. But are they streaming? Are there regulatory impediments for them to stream? Are there things that we do in the way we set ourselves up with regulators that actually prevent them from exploiting this opportunity? Then let's get rid of them because they're going that way.
Secondly, you find that notwithstanding globalization, people are actually mostly interested in what's happening locally. They want to know what has happened locally, etc. If you are from Calgary and you're sitting in an airport in Halifax or in Singapore, you want to know what's happening in Calgary. So what are you going to do? You're going to stream the station from Calgary. Now, can you do that? Let's make sure you can do that so the Calgary station gets the benefit of that.
So it opens a whole new panorama. How can we best exploit it to make sure that we obtain the objectives? That's how I'm looking at it--assuming they're going in the way you're suggesting.