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Listen to Leland Meitzler on Family Roots Radio

We are pleased to have Leland Meitzler join us to talk about Keeping Current.


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This week we're happy to welcome Leland Meitzler to Family Roots Radio as our guest. Leland has been involved in family history as a publisher and instructor for more than 25 years, and is one of the most helpful and friendliest genealogists you'll ever meet. As one of genealogy's most popular magazine editors and regular bloggers, Leland has his pulse on what's happening in the world of family history. His insights into what's new, and even more importantly, how to keep current, will aid all listeners, regardless of one's level of experience.

So, be sure to tune in to the VoiceAmerica Channel on Thursday, 22 March at 1 PM Pacific Time (4 PM Eastern).

If you use Apple iTunes (available for Mac and Windows) to listen to podcasts, you can subscribe to Family Roots Radio via iTunes. Shows will be available on Friday mornings.

Source Information: Family Roots Radio, New Providence, NJ, USA: Genealogy Today LLC, 2007.

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