Of course, it is difficult to be a small independent entity when there are giants operating in a market. As we pointed out, we have rules in place to protect these small entities and ensure that the giants don't take advantage of policies and programs to the detriment of small companies. In order to survive, they obviously have to be original and set themselves apart from the others. They have to convince the distributor to accept their programming and broadcast it over their airwaves. That was the problem, and it is probably even more of a problem now, with more market concentration.
On November 18th, 2010. See this statement in context.