In case you're wondering what motivates B&K Productions, look no further than those words spoken in 2010 by one of America's finest journalists, Bob Woodward.
There is a debate among those who care about journalism in the U.S. Is it a public good, like roads, police protection and clean water? Or it is just another "product" that provides large profits for CEOs of publicly-traded media companies?
Since de-regulation of the broadcasting industry in the mid-1980s, critics argue that journalism has taken a back seat to profits more than ever. Group ownership has switched the focus from serving the public to serving shareholders.
Making money from journalism is not a bad thing, but perhaps the scale has tipped too far on the profit-making side.