Let's first distinguish between digital delivery, broadcasting on digital platforms and digital production.
We have been producing digital content for 20 years. So there is no issue with the production. The issue has more to do with the variety of digital platforms that must be provided with content. As Denis said earlier, it takes a single journalist a lot longer to feed content to a number of platforms than to produce a piece of news and deliver it on media such as television or a newspaper. Journalists have less time to do all the fact checking.
There is also the technological impact. Given that devices are easier to use, journalists are now also camera operators and editors. Sometimes, they are asked to broadcast remotely. We can only imagine what that means. In the past, this meant that they spent an entire day on a story, but now, the story takes one-third of the day. They spend the rest of the time on editing, sending the story and making sure the technology works. So once again, there is a loss of quality.
That is why we are proposing a payroll tax credit. Since their revenue is dropping, the media outlets are cutting jobs and rationalizing by using the technology at the expense of quality. It's not because of bad intentions. It's because the system is leading information in that direction.