To talk about the adaptation process, probably the biggest change that has occurred is the manner by which our staff in our newsrooms functions. It used to be that a reporter working in a newsroom would work on one story all day long. They would file that story for six o'clock, and their day would effectively be over.
As Ms. Freeman explained, we have adopted a digital-first approach. What that entails, what that involves, is that the reporter who used to work and file one story during the course of the day is filing multiple stories across the entirety of their eight-hour shift. They are keeping viewers, listeners, and folks who are tuning into our digital sites up to date on nuances and developments in that particular story. Effectively, their job has turned into one that is very much like working for a 24-hour news operation instead of a local television station.