There's no requirement for how the community television programming is spent, so we direct 2% to the CMF, and another to an independent production fund that focuses on health programming. We launched the Telus Fund a few years ago. Then the rest of that amount is now directed to our community programming service, Optik Local, and there are no direct requirements for news programming.
Community programming is divided into portions. Half of it at least—for us it's closer to 80% or 90%—is what's called “access programming”, where independent producers come up with the idea and are the producers of that programming; and the other half would be Telus-produced. But we have very little Telus-produced programming.