While the live-streamed sessions have not been positively identified, I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that they will all be shown from Hall 1 (because that is where the Keynotes will be, and the live-streamed sessions were shown from Hall 1 the past two years).
Here is the Hall 1 schedule (from the overall schedule list at http://www.rootstech.org/schedule/sessions):
Thursday, 21 March (time is Mountain Daylight Time, GMT -7 hours):
* 8:30 a.m.: Keynote - Dennis C. Brimhall (FamilySearch), Syd Lieberman (author, storyteller), and D. Joshua Taylor (brightsolid).
* 11 a.m.: The Future of Genealogy, a panel with Lisa Louise Cooke and Thomas MacEntee
* 1:45 p.m.: Tell It Again, presentation by Kim Weitkamp.
* 3:00 p.m.: The Genealogist's Gadget Bag; International Panel, with Jill Ball, Marie Dougan, A.C. Ivory
* 4:15 p.m.: Finding the Obscure and Elusive: Geographic Information on the Web, presentation by James L. Tanner
Friday, 22 March (time is Mountain Daylight Time, GMT -7 hours):
* 8:30 a.m.: Keynote - Jyl Pattee (Mom It Forward Media) and Tim Sullivan (Ancestry.com)
* 9:45 a.m.: Researching Ancestors Online for Beginners, presentation by Laura G. Prescott
* 11:00 a.m.: FamilySearch Family Tree: Documenting the World's genealogy, presentation by Ron Tanner
* 1:45 p.m.: Google Search ... and Beyond, presentation by David Barney and Robert Gardner
* 3:00 p.m.: From Paper Files to Digital Files: Technology for the Organized Genealogist, presentation by Valerie Elkins
Saturday, 23 March (time is Mountain Daylight Time, GMT -7 hours):
* 8:30 a.m.: Keynote - David Pogue (New York Times), Gilad Japhet (MyHeritage)
* 9:45 a.m.: Using Technology Effectively to Solve Research Problems, presentation by Karen Clifford
* 11:00 a.m.: Digital Storytelling: Beyond Bullet Points, presentation by Denise Barrett Olson
If you are at home, you can watch the live-streamed sessions on your computer for FREE. Make sure to note the times (and convert them to your own time zone) for the sessions you want to watch, and virtually enjoy two and a half days, 13 sessions, of a genealogy conference. It's not as good as being there, because you can't walk around the Exhibit Hall, see the geneabloggers in their cage, and
In case I am completely wrong about these live-streamed presentations, I will update this post when "official" word is released.
Disclosure: I am an Official blogger for RootsTech 2013, and have received a complimentary registration for the conference. This does not influence my objective views of the conference or the sponsors. I look forward, I'm excited, about attending RootsTech 2013!
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UPDATED: 5 March 2013, 3 p.m. to add Keynote speakers recently announced by RootsTech after initial publication of this post on Facebook and the RootsTech 2013 app.