Set your TiVo. The PBS series, Moyers on America, is doing a 90-minute program called "The Net at Risk" next Wednesday evening. The description reads, in part:
The future of the Internet is up for grabs. Last year, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) effectively eliminated net neutrality rules, which ensured that every content creator on the Internet-from big-time media concerns to backroom bloggers-had equal opportunity to make their voice heard. Now, large and powerful corporations are lobbying Washington to turn the World Wide Web into what critics call a "toll road," threatening the equitability that has come to define global democracy's newest forum. Yet the public knows little about what's happening behind closed doors on Capitol Hill. ... Link: PBS.
It's nominally scheduled at 9 ET/PT and 8 CT/MT, but owing to the weirdness of public television scheduling, your experience may vary. Check your local listings or titanTV to confirm air time or find the customary repeats. --Dennis