Podcasts and Internet Radio

   
Podcasts are online audio programs that you can listen to on your own computer or portable device like the ipod or other mp3 player. Podcasts may be described as portable on-demand radio shows which you can listen to at your leisure.

A good explanation of podcasting may be found at http://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=209

Listed below are a number of sites which provide genealogy related podcasts.

   
  The Genealogy Guys Podcast - George G. Morgan and Drew Smith discuss genealogy!
  Relatively Speaking @ 4:00pm CT - Jackie McKay and Mary Slawson share tips on how to find members of your family.
  DearMYRTLE's Family History Hour - Pat Richley (a.k.a. Myrt) interviews guests, offers tips and advice and highlights new books and products.
  The Seeker Magazine Radio Hour @ 11:00am ET - Linda Hammer helps you find your missing friends and relatives live on the air!
  Family History Minute with Brian Mickelson as your host. "Spend a few minutes with me each week to get ideas for Family history or genealogy projects that will connect you with your ancestors and descendants. Visit us at www.familyhistoryminute.com "
  "Family Roots Radio," a weekly hour-long radio show will air each Thursday at 1pm Pacific (4pm Eastern) beginning February 8, 2007. Hosted by well-known genealogical author, speaker and researcher, Kory L. Meyerink, the show will feature a wide range of “how-to” elements designed to assist all people interested in family history, from the novice to the professional.
  Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter - Dick Eastman offers "radio broadcast" interviews of many of the world's leading genealogy experts.
  Irish Roots Cafe - Michael C. O'Laughlin hosts the world's first podcast on Irish genealogy and family heritage. 
  Under the Tree - Meredith C. Williams features genealogy research from an African-American perspective.
  History According to Bob - Bob Packett tells fascinating stories of historical people, places, and customs.
  Pritzker Military Library Podcasts - recordings of recent events at the Library.
  Nuestra Familia Unida - a group of people interested in preserving Hispanic audio history.
  Cuban-American Family Tales - Gene Fernandez shares a series of short stories centered around a tribute to his father, also known as "Papi."
   
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