OE: On the contrary, I’m very interested in the potential offered by online media. If I was a broadcaster, without hesitating a second, I would do a Cultural Online Broadcasting Service, that would be C-O-B-S. I have great confidence in the cultural sector being able to create new networks and new alliances across disciplinary boundaries. Maybe not art alone, but I think that the trust that art and culture enjoy from civic society is something that can be turned into great momentum. In every small town, in every suburban area, in every part of the world, there is cultural activity: a small exhibition platform, a theater, or some kind of space for interaction, in which the policeman is suddenly collaborating with people he would never otherwise collaborate with and the audience is encouraged to contemplate things that they would otherwise think about in a more compartmentalized way. That’s why the cultural sector enjoys so much trust.