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Family Tree Magazine Podcast

By Family Tree Magazizne

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Description

The Family Tree Magazine Podcast comes to you monthly from the publishers of America's number one genealogy magazine. Each month, you'll hear from the editor for a sneak peek at what's coming up, news from the blogosphere, top tips from the current issue, the Best of Family Tree Magazine and much more.

Customer Reviews

Informative and Interesting!

A very well-done podcast. It has a level of professionalism and care put into that makes it fun to listen to. It features excellent ideas and fascinating interviews that make genealogy interesting for anyone, not just the avid researcher.

hmmmm

I was very excited to see this podcast, but disappointed to hear the moderator. Lisa Louise Cooke is everywhere. I'm sure she is a very nice person, but her voice can be hard to listen to. I was hoping to hear a different voice. The segments are interesting though.

Lacking

The whole purpose of the podcast seems to be to advertise articles from the magazine. As an example in episdoe 10 there was a segment talking about the best and worst states for Genealogy research. And you know how many states they mentioned? One. So we found out that Mississippi is one of the worst, but if you want to know more - go buy the magazine. Or maybe they have the article on the website for free, but if they're going to the trouble of producing a podcast to share information with listeners, why not actually share the information.

On top of that the audio quality is really in need of attention. The host doesn't have the best radio voice, not that I'm faulting her for that. But, every time there is a word with an "SSS" sound it hisses like crazy - the CCCCenssssussss SSSSecretsssss episode was maddening to try and listen to.

Family Tree Magazine Podcast
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  • Free
  • Category: Kids & Family
  • Language: English

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