I couldn't agree with you more. We see a technological convergence. The technology of broadcasting and telecom has merged, and so has the industry. Is Rogers a broadcaster or a telecom enterprise? You can look at it either way. When you watch a movie over a portable device, are you in broadcasting or are you in telecommunications? Who knows? Convergence is there.
The problem is that we have two very different administrative frameworks. For telecom, we want to let the market rule and we only intervene in cases of market failure. In broadcasting we have two goals: a cultural goal and a social one. They won't be achieved by market forces. They can only be achieved by active intervention.
How do you merge those two regimes in light of merging industry and technology and still maintain your position? That is a conundrum. There are solutions, but we have to confront the problem.
I agree with you; maybe a new act would be a solution, or maybe we could revise both acts with some common denominator in mind. Sooner or later, we will have to do one or the other.