It could very well be. Mr. Abbott asked me about technological constraints and so on. And while that's your prognosis, I think most people suggest that it may go that way but will take quite a bit of time, because right now there are severe technological constraints for that to happen. They may disappear, but I don't know when.
At least for the medium term, I think you might have a complementary system. You might have both. You may have the traditional system and you have the new media, which fills up the gaps that the traditional system doesn't fulfill. And then maybe someday we will wind up where you suggest, or maybe not. Maybe the two will, in effect, reinforce each other and you will play on both. Most of the operators in the field are betting on both sides--investing in the traditional broadcasting and in the new media, covering both places.