The only other thing I can add is that the regulatory system up till now has regulated local news by having an hour of commitment. So in small markets, the small English-language markets, the hour of commitment is a minimum of seven hours a week. In francophone markets, it's a minimum of five hours a week and goes up to 14 and 10 hours respectively in larger tier markets. The economics of producing local television news is that you need a certain number of people to do it. You need a certain number of shifts.
The only way you can achieve it is to have a certain amount of money in the field to make it happen. Otherwise you don't have a quality product. So people have managed to maintain their newscasts. There's been some discussion around this committee about some of the practices of centralization that take away, if you will, some of the local flavour of local news. But for the most part, they've managed to maintain the infrastructure.