MyHeritage is Featured on a Prime Time Television News Program

MyHeritage, the sponsors of this newsletter, received some excellent publicity recently in a television segment on an Israeli prime time news show, watched by over 25% of Israel’s population. It featured an interview with MyHeritage Founder and CEO, Gilad Japhet, and showcased MyHeritage as a company that not only does well as a business, but also does good in the world.

The segment highlights some of MyHeritage’s pro bono work, including helping to discover heirs for unclaimed assets confiscated during World War II, returning looted art to its rightful owners and a global crowdsourcing project to digitally preserve the world’s cemeteries with BillionGraves.

The news segment shows how MyHeritage has helped millions of families around the world make new discoveries. The program can be viewed worldwide, in a combination of Hebrew, French, and English but also with English subtitles, at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvPjrpse92o.

You can also view it in the video player below:

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This is a particularly impressive, heart-warming video, one I wouldn’t have wanted to miss. The work of this man and his organization is inspirational. Amazing and thrilling. Obviously I have no lack of superlatives to wrap around it.

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