In terms of the local fund, it is a stopgap measure, I think. We have only one source of revenue, which is advertising. The CBC has multiple sources of revenue, so does cable, and so does everyone else. So it would help in the interim with local production at this point. But I think it's just a stopgap. There should be some other mechanism, specifically...and we don't like to call it fee-for-carriage, we like to call it fee-for-programming. Our news has a copyright at the end of the news every night, and it's being taken and sold, and we're not compensated. So it's fee-for-programming, not fee-for-carriage.
On May 4th, 2009. See this statement in context.