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Listen to Megan Smolenyak on Family Roots Radio

We are pleased to have Megan Smolenyak join us to talk about Finding Living Relatives.


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She's been all over the television on network news shows, and now, we've got her at Family Roots Radio! Megan Smolenyak, one of the founders of Roots Television will be our guest on April 5th. Learn the inside scoop on the search for Rev. Sharpton's roots and hear about the great additions at Roots Television. But, most of all, enjoy Megan's wonderful insights as we discuss ways of locating some of your missing, but living, relatives.

So, be sure to tune in to the VoiceAmerica Channel on Thursday, 5 April 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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