John Daly and Shannon Combs-Bennett

Today’s guest discuss reality TV, media and genealogy. John Daly is known as a pioneer in reality TV for his ground-breaking show Real TV. But he is now breaking ground by creating an…



About John Daly

John Daly is known as a pioneer in reality TV for his ground-breaking show Real TV.  But he is now breaking ground by creating an entire show off the iPhone. John is the co-host and co-creator of Undercover Jetsetter, a travel, food, wine, and golf show that is shot, edited, and delivered entirely off the iPhone. John is also the spokesperson for Liberty Health Share, an alternative to health insurance that is dramatically changing Americans thinking about healthcare.  In addition, John hosts the radio show, Health Share Radio, syndicated nationally. John’s company, NOWtv, is creating video and audio content for a number of companies that can provide anyone with a retail home-based business that will allow them to sell worldwide. John is the author of Truth: The No BS Guide To Navigating A Media Biased World.


About Shannon Combs-Bennett

Shannon Combs-Bennett is an author, lecturer, and researcher based out of Northern Virginia.  Due to her sons 4th grade family history project Shannon was propelled head long into a variety of genealogy aspects.  She earned her BS in biology from Indiana University which explains her passion for genetic genealogy.  Last December Shannon earned her Professional Learning Certificate in Genealogical Studies (PLCGS) – American Records from the National Institute for Genealogical Studies.  Currently she is enrolled in the Masters of Science program in Genealogy through the University of Strathclyde located in Glasgow, Scotland.  In addition, Shannon is the Southeast Director for the International Society of Family History Writers and Editors.  Besides writing and contract genealogy work, she is also a staff genealogist in Washington, D.C. for the National Society Colonial Dames 17th Century. Her first major publication “Genealogy Basics in 30 Minutes” won the IBPA’s Benjamin Franklin Silver Medal this past April.



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