Since the partner who was supporting our TV programs decided to cancel our transmission, we have lost our satellite presence. But CNA is ready. Our priority is to retake our place in satellite broadcast by launching a stand-alone station; no further dependence on a "host" partner. We have already acquired the necessary equipment for stand-alone broadcast. In fact, as an exploratory step (and at minimal expense), this equipment also gives us the ability to investigate Internet broadcasting. We won't miss the chance to explore what Internet broadcasting can do for us, in spite of the challenges facing "Web TV" in North Africa. Even in the next months as we finalize our broadcast budget, our international friends will be able to view a new web site dedicated to broadcasting regular programs and Videos on Demand (VOD). This new Internet broadcast site affords us an opportunity to test our equipment before taking the jump to independent satellite broadcast, tentatively at the end of 2010. This next year will certainly be a turning point in the history of CNA.