Q: Jim, this is something else I wanted to talk about, and it involves two things. Last week, the Public Policy Institute came out with the survey that found PBS the most trusted source of news and information. that's, of course, a good thing. But when you pair that with the dismay recently voiced by the PBS ombudsman over the fact that on the weekend of the Tucson shootings, PBS was not covering the events. And that is always the case on weekends ... So, can you talk about the fact that you have one of the last, best news operations doing traditional, fact-based journalism, and Americans say they trust it, and yet you are not available to Americans on weekend for lack of resources or whatever?