I am delighted to announce that I will be the guest on Kory Meyerink's genealogy program on Family Roots Radio today. This is an "Internet radio station" heard all around the word. All you need is a Windows or Macintosh OS X computer with speakers or headphones.
The live program starts at 4:00 PM Eastern U.S. time, 1:00 PM Pacific. If you do miss that time slot, you will be able to listen to the recorded version at your convenience starting soon after that. You can click on the thumbnail image to the right to see the announcement.
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I must say that I honored to be on Kory's show. He is an expert genealogist. He has an Associate degree in Family and Local History, as well as a B.S. in Psychology and a Masters of Library and Information Science. Amongst his many accomplishments, he has been a reference consultant at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, developer of instructional and reference material for the thousands of Family History Centers, the primary content consultant for the PBS Ancestors television series, product manager for the LDS Family History Suite and he also developed the largest genealogical gazetteer and largest genealogical bibliography available on CD-ROM. He also writes for both Ancestry and Heritage Quest magazines. He is the editor and primary author of "Printed Sources: A Guide to Published Genealogical Records (Ancestry: Salt Lake City, 1998). "
Join Kory and me at http://www.familyrootsradio.com