File this under "I Didn't Know You Could Do THAT on Google."
Google has videos, including 30 or more genealogy-related videos that you can view right now. (I'd suggest a broadband connection be used for these large video files.) Subject matters vary a bit; many of the videos are advertisements or "how to use" instructional videos for commercial products while others are more homespun.
Here is a partial list of some of the videos I found earlier today:
A series of information videos produced by Family Tree DNA
Charlie Rose' interview of Henry Louis Gates, Jr., about African-American genealogy and DNA
A broadcast news report about the 22nd annual International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) Conference in Toronto
Alastair McIntyre talks about his genealogy section on ElectricScotland.com
Zutavern Family Genealogy - a video tour of Zutaverns dating back to 1500 AD in Switzerland
Resnitzky Family Roots Trip Part II - Mote Resnitzky's family roots trip to Argentina in October 2005 (home movies)
Tracing Your Family Roots - Sallyann Sack and Arline Sachs talked about methodology for beginning genealogical research.
"So You Want To Be A Personal Historian or Genealogy Journalist," a series of "home videos" by Ann Hart that give instruction on becoming a personal historian or genealogy journalist.
A demonstration of GenSmarts Genealogy Software
"If we told you doing genealogy was easy we'd be LION" - Roots Television co-host twins make a shameless plug for their cool book "Climbing Family Trees, Whispers in the Leaves"
Perhaps the strangest is "What does Star Wars have to do with genealogy?" I even watched the video, and I still don't know what Star Wars has to do with genealogy. You can watch it to figure it out for yourself.
The above is a partial list; there are more.
Google videos are available on http://www.google.com. Click on the VIDEOS link in the Google toolbar, and then search for "genealogy" or any other topic of interest.