Children are being asked for their ideas about the future of the BBC.
The government wants to know what kids like or dislike about the BBC, how it can listen to young people better, and what they think about new technology.
It's part of the 2007 review of the BBC charter, which every 10 years looks at what it does and how it is run.
You will be able to take part and have your say by using a special online document, which can be seen at www.bbccharterreview.org.uk.
You have to click on the Young People's version on the right hand side.
Media Secretary Tessa Jowell said that children were in a special situation because of the amount of TV channels especially for them.