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RootsTech announces free online streaming from RootsTech 2017 conference in Utah

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The organisers of the RootsTech 2017 conference have announced they will be offering free online streaming for some of the most popular sessions.

RootsTech runs from 8 to 11 February 2017 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Family history fans from around the world will be able to join in the fun via free online streaming during the four days.

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The general keynote sessions and several other sessions will be streamed live via the RootsTech website, and after the conference, recordings of the sessions will be posted on the website for a limited time.

The full streaming programme can be found here and highlights include:

8 February: 10.15am (US time) Industry trends and outlook, Craig Bott & guest panel

9 February: 12.15pm (US time) DNA: The glue that holds families together, Diahan Southard

10 February: 4.30pm (US time) Cross the Atlantic with religious records, Jen Baldwin

11 February: 3pm (US time) Creating Google alerts for your genealogy, Katherine R Wilson

For more on Roots Tech 2017, visit the conference website.

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