The AmbushCAM videos can be seen on the DearMYRTLE YouTube Channel now:
* Night Before NGS2014 (7 May 2014)
* View From the Evidentia Booth (7 May 2014)
* Daniel Horowitz, Chief Genealogical Officer of MyHeritage.com (7 May 2014)
* Ron Arons, Mind Maps for Genealogists (7 May 2014)
* Shannon Combs-Bennett (8 May 2014)
* Linda McCauley FGS.org Gone to Texas (8 May 2014)
* Rorey Cathcart, FGS.org, 1812 Project: http://www.preservethepensions.org (8 May 2014)
* Jen Baldwin: TrGR (8 May 2014)
* Gaylon Findlay: Ancquest.com Ancestral Quest (8 May 2014)
* FamilySearch.org: FamilySearch Interview (8 May 2014)
* Ed Thompson: EvidentiaSoftware.com (8 May 2014)
* Crista Cowan: Ancestry.com (8 May 2014)
* Duff Wilson: Ancestry.com (8 May 2014)
* Friday 1 - Rebecca Koford (9 May 2014)
* Friday 2 - Jordan Jones (9 May 2014)
* Friday 3 - Patty Roy (9 May 2014)
* Friday 4 - Dick Eastman (9 May 2014)
* Friday 5 - Maury Cralle Jr. (9 May 2014)
* Friday 6 - Elissa Scalise Powell, CG, CGL, from GRIPitt.org (9 May 2014)
* Friday 7 - DearMYRTLE has Comments from NGS (9 May 2014)
* Saturday 1 - Jan Meisels Allen RPAC - www.fgs.org/rpac (10 May 2014)
* Saturday 2 - Carmen Cross (10 May 2014)
* Saturday 3 - Barry Kline www.tnggn.org (10 May 2014)
* Saturday 4 - Lisa Louise Cooke - www.genealogygems.com (10 May 2014)
* Saturday 5 - Kim Jordan (10 May 2014)
Pat describes the hardware setup she used during the last ten minutes of today's Mondays With Myrt Hangout On Air, also on her YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B27WGadPbu0). She also credits Russ Worthington and Andy Hatchett for monitoring and producing the videos and getting them on the YouTube channel soon after the interview was completed.
Lisa Louise Cooke has done many short video interviews over several years at conferences - see her YouTube Genealogy Gems Channel for the results. Lisa used a digital video camera, then edited the videos after the conference, and uploaded them to YouTube. Dick Eastman also did some "man-at-the conference" video interviews and put them on his Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter blog.
At other conferences, notably at RootsTech, there have been audio and video interview areas where media mavens, like Pat and Lisa, were able to make 10 to 20 minute interviews with genealogy persons on a scheduled basis. The RootsTech videos were then edited and provided to the interviewers for their use by FamilySearch.
Is this the future of genealogy blogging? I think that we are likely to see more of these types of "blogger-at-the-conference" interviews as time goes on that try to bring the conference news and happenings almost live to viewers.
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