Got a Question for the FCC Chairman? Tell YouTube!


It’s hard to top having Barack Obama as a live-chat guest, but that isn’t stopping YouTube (s GOOG), who is following up their user-generated interview with the President with FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski.

Next Tuesday, Mar. 16, Genachowski will be answering user-submitted questions to topics like Access and Affordability, Mobile and Wireless and Security and Privacy. So if you’ve always wanted to grill a member of government about why web access isn’t as free and plentiful as it is in other countries, then go to YouTube’s CitizenTube channel and submit your question.

There are four days left to submit, and so far only 15 questions (one of which is this video, embedded above) have been contributed. So your odds of getting Genachowski’s attention? Pretty good. Oh, and while we’re at it: Feel free to link to your question in the comments if you end up participating.

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where closed caption it said cc is on but it didnt show any cc on it..

Margie English

I second this one. I want to know what this guy said.

Michael Tapp

Ah, that’s a very good point Janko.

My question is pretty open-ended, so maybe he will cover that issue if the question makes the cut.

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