What’s on in DC tonight?

A list of the TV listings on the Federal Communications Commission’s website that will be shown on television for the first time on Aug. 8, the date when the public will be able to watch television programming at its peak during the Fourth of July holiday, is now live.

The FCC said the broadcast listings will be displayed on FCC.gov beginning at 9 p.m.


They will be available in HD, a bit higher resolution, and in 4K, which is the standard definition standard.

The list will include local programming as well as a variety of programming from ABC, CBS, NBC, Telemundo, PBS and other broadcasters.

The listings are available for viewing and download.

The FCC is inviting public comments on the proposed changes through Aug. 15.

The public is encouraged to share their thoughts on the FCC’s proposed changes with FCC.com.