Burt Neuborne

Everything you thought you knew about the First Amendment is wrong.

FCC Rules in Favor of Neutral Internet

UVA’s Chris Ali reacts to the FCC’s two historic rulings today regarding net neutrality and municipal broadband.

Jonathan Rintels

Author and Creative Voices in Media founder Jonathan Rintels reflects on the FCC’s historic net neutrality decision today.

Andrew Burstein

Best-selling and award-winning author and historian Andrew Burstein joins Coy to discuss his forthcoming new book about Thomas Jefferson, “Democracy’s Muse.”

Garrett Epps Sep10

Garrett Epps

Professor of Law and author Garrett Epps joins Coy to reflect on the guilty verdicts in the Bob and Maureen McDonnell corruption trial — and to discuss his most recent book, American Justice 2014: Nine Clashing Visions on the Supreme Court.

Harvey Silverglate

Celebrated civil liberties lawyer and author Harvey Silverglate joins Coy to discuss his book Three Felonies a Day.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

August 24, 2014 guests include Charlottesville Police Chief Tim Long reflecting on the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri and the militarization of law enforcement; sculptor Melvin Edwards talks about his work on a monument to the lost community of Vinegar Hill in Charlottesville.

Michael Schudson

Noted scholar Michael Schudson joins Coy for an extended conversation about citizenship, democracy, journalism and media in American life.

Latest on Same-Sex Marriage in Virginia

A Federal Appeals Court has struck down Virginia’s ban on same-sex marriage. Claire Gastanaga of the Virginia ACLU reacts to the decision.

J. Douglas Smith

Author and Historian, J. Douglas Smith discusses his new book “On Democracy’s Doorstep” about the origins of “one person, one vote” – a Supreme Court decision made only 50 years ago in 1964.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

July 6, 2014 guests include Slate Magazine’s Dahlia Lithwick on the Supreme Court’s decision in the Hobby Lobby case; plus noted photographer John Wright with memories of the Actor’s Studio.

Dahlia Talks SCOTUS 2014 Jul03

Dahlia Talks SCOTUS 2014

Slate Magazine’s Dahlia Lithwick joins Coy to consider some of the final major decisions in the Supreme Court’s 2014 term.

Douglas Laycock Jun30

Douglas Laycock

University of Virginia Professor of Law Douglas Laycock weighs in on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the Hobby Lobby case: corporate personhood and religious liberty.

Adam Winkler Jun30

Adam Winkler

UCLA Professor of Law Adam Winkler explores the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the Hobby Lobby case: corporate personhood and religious liberty.

Micah Schwartzman Jun30

Micah Schwartzman

University of Virginia Professor of Law Micah Schwartzman weighs in on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the Hobby Lobby case: corporate personhood and religious liberty.

Fate of Cville’s Panhandling Buffer Zones Jun27

Fate of Cville’s Panhandling Buffer Zones

Charlottesville attorney Jeffrey Fogel reacts to the recent Supreme Court decision regarding the use of buffer zones around abortion clinics and the possible fate of Charlottesville’s use of buffer zones on the Downtown Mall to limit panhandling.

Same-Sex Marriage Benefits at UVA?

Brendan Wynn discusses an effort on the part of students and faculty at UVA to get same-sex marriage benefits for state employees.

Supreme Court Rules Against Aereo Jun25

Supreme Court Rules Against Aereo

UVA Professor of Law Dotan Oliar explores today’s breaking news that the Supreme Court has ruled against Aereo.

Saul Cornell

Historian Saul Cornell explores the on-going debate over gun violence and Second Amendment rights in America.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

June 8, 2014 guests include Charlottesville City Councilor Kristin Szakos on the future of Route 29; author and civil liberties attorney John Whitehead; plus Barefoot Excursions finds the only Thomas Jefferson-designed building at UVA to have since been torn down.