On Tuesday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will unveil its National Broadband Plan, which the agency describes as “a roadmap to connect all Americans to affordable, high-speed internet”. Public Knowledge and other stakeholders will have plenty of questions and recommendations for the FCC once the Plan is unveiled and the agency will be tasked with accommodating these comments. Additionally, the FCC is seeking input from the general public via their Broadband.gov portal. As part of this ongoing public outreach initiative, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski will participate in a YouTube interview on Tuesday, where he will be asked questions submitted by members of the general public about broadband and the National Broadband Plan. Head over to CitizenTube to submit your questions (text or video) and vote on the submissions made by others. The deadline for submissions is Midnight on Sunday, so if you’ve got burning questions about broadband, don’t snooze. For more information on the interview and suggested question topics, read this blog post.