Coroners and Genealogists Join Forces in New Show to Tackle Quiet Epidemic of Unclaimed Persons

What happens to people when they die with no next of kin to claim their bodies?, an online channel dedicated to all aspects of genealogy and family history, has launched a new show, Unclaimed Persons, to bring attention to this largely unknown epidemic. Coroners’ offices... - May 28, 2008 Wins Four Telly Awards in Its First Year, an online channel dedicated to all aspects of genealogy and family history, has been recognized in the 29th Annual Telly Awards for four of its original productions. Selected from more than 14,000 shows were "DNA Stories: A Tale of Two Fathers" (documentary),... - March 28, 2008

Show Us Your Roots and Win $500

Show Us Your Roots and Win $500

Roots Television, LLC ( wants everyone to flaunt their roots! Launched just a few months ago, this first-ever online home for family history programming boasts 20 channels of great shows for the roots-enthusiast – all available 24/7 and almost all for free. And now... - April 03, 2007

Roots Television™ Quiet Launch Not So Quiet!

When Roots Television™ debuted on September 29, 2006, it was a quiet launch in beta mode intended to draw enough traffic to test the site and work through the inevitable technical bugs that accompany new ventures into cyberspace. That "quiet" launch quickly became an international... - October 24, 2006

Megan Smolenyak Smolenyak to Tell the Real Story of the First Ellis Island Immigrant

The true story of Annie Moore, the first immigrant to enter our country via Ellis Island, will be shared by Megan Smolenyak Smolenyak, Brian G. Andersson (Commissioner, NYC Department of Records), and family members of the real Ellis Island Annie at 3:00 p.m. on September 15, 2006 at The New York Genealogical & Biographical Society. - September 08, 2006

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