I think the main one is the structural set-up of over-the-air television, and its being an advertising-only medium.
The other types of services that the CRTC licenses, whether it be a specialty service or a pay channel, have access to a subscription revenue stream, including our own CTV News Channel or CP24, which is our local specialty service in Toronto. It completely changes the business reality for producing news when you have the ability to draw from two different revenue streams. I think that's a structural issue.
We've advocated in the past moving away from an over-the-air model to a local specialty model, such that you could shore up the finances of this medium but continue to provide the same programming depth. That hasn't been accepted, but I think that's the most important one I would mention.