And their penetration rate is about 35% of that 39 million, and a significant portion of those 39 million aren't interested in Charter's TV service, or possibly TV service at all. The local stations produce local content, everything else is syndicated or from the network. If someone has good content that's good enough to be an exclusive, they are going to find where that content has the most value, and it's not going to be on a provider-specific channel or service, particularly not on one that is geographically limited like Charter. That being said, Charter might try to make an exclusive network, but they'd be lucky if a decent percentage of their customers even know what it is, much less actually watch it. So it's a completely apples to oranges comparison. And Audience Network is a no-name channel that most DirecTV subscribers don't even know exists, and very few subscribers every stayed with DirecTV or switched to DirecTV for it.