The opinions expressed in this editorial are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Decima Reports. Ho! Ho! Ho! Out of my bag, are some gifts for everyone in the broadcast industry.  To the conventional broadcasters: A little less market fragmentation, good branding of services, and Canadian programming that will draw big-time audiences. To the CBC: More of Rick Mercer, Red Green, Twitch City, etc., a redefined purpose, and stable funding. To the specialty services: Speedy negotiations of carriage of the new digital channels and something other than repeat programming. To the consumer: Choice, and some great new on-air products that marry the Internet with television to provide real interactivity on the TV screen – all at reasonable cost. To the DTH distributors: More transponders for all, and a little less grey market To the cable industry: More time to deal with all the cable regulation changes proposed by the CRTC and the ability to own analog specialty services (but only if good packaging and pickup of all services is guaranteed). To MDS distributors: More channel capacity and additional financial backing.  To the producers: Creative ideas, solid funding, and resolution of copyright issues, including the redistribution of material over the internet.  To the little player in the market: The ability to compete while resisting absorption by larger identities, and independent voices that are recognized and rewarded. To the CRTC: A significantly reduced workload (a few less Part VIIs would be nice), and the timely appointment of a new chair. To Canadian Heritage: Adoption of an international instrument on cultural diversity, and a scandal-free feature film fund. It may all be wishful thinking, but happy holidays anyway to all CCR readers.