03 May 2017

Can’t Attend NGS 2017 Next Week! No Worries. NGS To Stream 10 Genealogy Lectures LIVE

Can’t Attend NGS 2017 Next Week! No Worries.  NGS To Stream 10 Genealogy Lectures LIVE

Sometimes we just cannot attend a conference, no matter how much we want to.  Well, you can still have some of that conference experience via LIVE real time video!  10 NGS conference lectures will be streamed LIVE and you can catch these from home.

The package purchase options are laid out below. Most importantly, registration for live streaming will close at midnight, 10 May 2017, if you want to watch the sessions real time and LIVE.  

Not able to catch the Livestream!  You can access video streamed on-demand versions by purchasing the Livestream special-value conference pricing through midnight, 14 May 2017.

After 14 May, the ten video sessions are available to order with the Video Pass package on the Conference Recordings page. All registrants of packages will receive an electronic version of the NGS 2017 Family History Conference Syllabus.
Instructions for viewing the live streaming will be sent to registrants on 9 May 2017.


Track Descriptions
One Day Pass (track one or track two)
5 Live Streaming + 3 Month Video on Demand Access
DNA. Five lectures on Thursday, 11 May 2017, or

BCG Skillbuilding. Five lectures on Friday, 12 May 2017.
Two Days Pass (track one and track two)
10 Live Streaming + 3 Month Video on Demand Access
DNA. Five lectures on Thursday, 11 May 2017, and

BCG Skillbuilding. Five lectures on Friday, 12 May 2017.

REMINDER: NGS Members will need to have their member discount code in hand before making a purchase on the PlaybackNGS website.  Just log in to the NGS website.  Click on this link, log in, you’ll see the code, return to the PlaybackNGS site, make your purchase, and you’ll be all set to “watch” 10 fascinating educational programs sharing the cutting edge of current genealogy tools and techniques.

NGS has selected Playback Now to broadcast the live sessions and to provide the recorded sessions for later viewing. Conference participants can benefit by selecting different presentations while attending the conference and expanding their overall conference experience. They will have three months following the conference to view and repeat the video live streaming sessions (through 13 August 2017), and six months following the conference to stream or download audio files.

REMINDER:  If you are attending the conference in person and have not yet registered, in person registration opens at noon on Tuesday, 9 May at the Raleigh Convention Center.

NOTE: Recorded audio options are also available with pricing available on the same website (select View All Sessions in the menu).  You can also order such at the conference at the Playback Now table. Pricing is the same regardless of when/how you place your order. More information about this option will be coming.

Hope to see you in Raleigh and if not, please share in the conference experience as you catch up to 10 lectures live streamed to your home or wherever you may be.

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