The following press release was received from George Morgan:
The Genealogy GuysSM Podcast, a service of Aha! Seminars, Inc., announces its participation at the 2009 Federation of Genealogical Societies Conference in Little Rock, AR, September 2-5, 2009.
The Genealogy Guys Podcast is the longest running weekly genealogy podcast in the world, with thousands of regular listeners around the globe. Co-hosts George G. Morgan and Drew Smith share news, interviews, book reviews, listener email, and more in their one-hour recording, available for free at http://genealogyguys.com and iTunes, and through RSS subscription.
The Guys will host a one-hour LIVE recording session on Thursday, September 3rd at 3:30 PM. Conference attendees can be in the audience and submit questions for possible inclusion in the live episode. The Genealogy Guys Podcast recording venue will be announced in the onsite conference guide that every registrant receives. Space will be
limited, so make your plans to arrive early!
George G. Morgan is president of Aha! Seminars, Inc. He is a popular lecturer, and is also the prolific author of 8 books and literally hundreds of articles in print and online magazines and on websites. His latest book is the second edition of How to Do Everything: Genealogy, published by McGraw-Hill in 2009. George is on the boards of the Florida State Genealogical Society and the Florida Genealogical Society (Tampa), and works on the Federation of Genealogical Societies Conference Planning Committee. Drew Smith, MLS, is a reference librarian at the University of South Florida Tampa Library. He is a popular national genealogical speaker, and writes for print and online magazines. Genealogical Publishing Company published his landmark book, Social Networking for Genealogists, in 2009. He is president of the Florida Genealogical
Society (Tampa), a director on the board of the Federation of Genealogical Societies, and parliamentarian for the Florida State Genealogical Society.
Aha! Seminars, Inc., (http://ahaseminars.com) is a Tampa-based company specializing in delivering continuing education classes for libraries and library consortia across the U.S. and genealogy seminars for genealogical societies in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., and on genealogical cruises.
For more information about the conference, visit the website at http://fgs.org and the conference blog at http://www.fgsconferenceblog.org.