For example, John Savage is sitting in the back here. He's with the Ontario Library Association. They're introducing “makerspaces”. You may have seen them in recent years. I see them more in Ontario than in Quebec. In the last four or five years, public libraries have been offering green screens and cameras to the public, and you can borrow editing systems.
The missing link is that they don't have the staff or the vision for a 24-7 production schedule to reflect a community back to itself on a consistent basis. It's still a bit ad hoc.
Municipalities need to have seats on community media centres, and local cultural organizations and professional associations need to have seats on community media centres to give them artistic and journalistic leadership. The beauty of a community-run not-for-profit is that you can get all the important local associations involved, including the chamber of commerce, for example, so that the community resource can be leveraged to serve the whole community.