Yes. I think it is not clear to any of us where new jobs will be. Certainly the world loves internet-media-networking. I think sound is on all of those, except texting. So, there's not much goodness in having tons of pure music engineers, but there is in rich-knowledge media people. Audio should know and appreciate video skills, graphics should know video, at least enough to feel comfortable in working with an expert and know the language. Therefore, I have no trouble in continuing to build a new audio program at Pellissippi State Community College (knoxville, launchpad of Chet, Everlys, Dolly, Archie, Roy, Louvins, and more). This summer: Recording Techniques, the first class *not* to be solely in support of the video program, but stands alone for those wanting to record things, period. This is the 3rd new class in the curriculum, not attuned for video, nor songwriters, but for audio in the purest applied way. If you know of someone in East Tennessee who is unable to move to, or afford, schools in Nashville or elsewhere, tell them about our growing program. It's a good way to find out if someone really has the interest, without incurring a Full Sail-sponsored government debt.