02 May 2016

Don't Miss a Session! Playback Now Recording 140+ Lectures & You Can Purchase These Online Now! #NGS2016GEN

Can’t make it to the NGS 2016 Family History Conference? Torn between two (or more) sessions happening at the same time? Just want to hear a lecture again?

Playback Now will record more than 140 lectures on a wide range of topics at the conference!

Explore topics such as:
- Across the Pond,
- African American Research,
- BCG Skillbuilding,
- British Isles,
- Cemeteries Research,
- Changing Places,
- Context in Research,
- Courthouse Research,
- DNA,
- Florida and Florida Military,
- Gulf Coast and Caribbean,
- Internet and technology,
- Jewish Research,
- Land Records,
- Methods for Success,
- Military Records,
- New York Research,
- Organizing and Planning,
- Resources and Repositories,
- Sharing Your Research Stories,
- Starting Off,
- State Research,
- Tips and Techniques, and
- Researching Women.

Purchase sessions a la carte, bundles of sessions, a subscription to the Live Stream sessions (live and 
you to listen or watch them as many times as you want for three months after the event!), or the entire conference (6 month, 12 month or the works access options). 

Individual sessions start at $10 (audio only download) or are $13 (mailed CD).

If you're on-site in Fort Lauderdale, keep a note of sessions you've missed and stop by the Playback Now booth for information details and to order. Or purchase online.

Special pricing ends when the conference does!

View available sessions by presenter or topic here:
http://www.playbackngs.com/2016-family-history-conference.  You can also download a brochure of available topics here, http://www.playbackngs.com/media/files/7760-NGS_Interactive_GuideComplete1.pdf

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