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New Television Series - The Generations Project
Updated: 16 January 2010
By: Rick Roberts,   Biography & Archived Articles

Mary Wollenzien (of BYU Television) has written to inform our readers that BYU Television has a new TV series that begins its first season this month. It is called The Generations Project.

The Generations Project is a new reality series that helps those who have questions about their family history investigate their own identities by walking in the shoes of their ancestors. As they undertake these journeys, they often uncover the hidden identities in family pasts, and come to see that in many cases the best way to know who you are is to know who you came from.

Would you like to have your family story told on The Generations Project? You can apply online to include your story in a upcoming episode.

The really good news is that you can access the BYU Television network from most places worldwide, and it is free. BYU Television can be viewed online or captured via backyard satellite dishes. Satellite users can access it with a digital DVB-compatible receiver. Dependable high speed internet access is essential for those wishing to view online. For more information about receiving BYU Television online or via your satellite dish, visit their official website.

BYU Television offers a significant amount of additional free programming including family history topics, health, faith and more. Check out their program schedule.

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