Okay. But I would suggest, though, that over time.... For example, I've been to a local company, Ericsson, which is working on incredible technology to broadcast wirelessly over the Internet. They can actually broadcast video images, which I had no idea would even be possible at this point.
It's quite likely that in the future people won't need to be hard-wired through cable to get programming. They certainly won't need to be hard-wired to watch movies or do otherwise. My concern is that when you have a system in which BDUs are contributing to the creation of Canadian content, but Internet broadcasters aren't, that system isn't sustainable over time.