"Our readership has evolved over the years, and the new Ancestry Magazine speaks directly to today's family historian, providing readers of every skill set and all levels of interest with the best and most efficient ways to discover the stories of the lives of their ancestors," said Loretto Dennis Szucs, Executive Editor of Ancestry Magazine and co-editor of The Source: A Guidebook to American Genealogy. "With the digital revolution, family history has quickly become one of the world's most popular and intriguing pastimes. Millions of records are now available at the click of a mouse, and yet most of us still love the feeling of flipping through the pages of our favorite magazine. Ancestry Magazine brings both worlds together beautifully."
The revamped Ancestry Magazine is designed to better fit the needs and changing face of today's family historian by offering tips and tools to guide beginners and empower experts. The magazine provides fascinating insights, techniques and insider information to assist readers at every level in their ancestral quest. The new Ancestry Magazine features include:
* Reorganized Content -- Ancestry Magazine has improved the offerings of cornerstone columns that have shaped the magazine over the years and introduced three new sections -- Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow -- to help readers learn about their past, use current technology and research techniques, and preserve their legacy for future generations.
* New Look -- The eye-catching cover design and layout reflects the new content and modern outlook of the magazine.
* Written for the Reader -- Readers now have many opportunities to get involved in shaping the content of Ancestry Magazine. The magazine features reader ideas, opinions and comments throughout the magazine.
"We are pleased to relaunch Ancestry Magazine to better connect with expanding readership and respond to growing mainstream interest," said Tim Sullivan, President and CEO, MyFamily.com, Inc., publisher of Ancestry Magazine. "Since 1994, family historians have looked to Ancestry Magazine as the family history source and authority. While continuing that twelve-year tradition, the magazine now clearly captures the voice of today's reader, creating a forum for beginners and experts alike to share and learn more about the lives of their ancestors."
With the release of six issues annually, Ancestry Magazine reaches 50,000 subscribers across the United States. The magazine is now available with a cover price of $4.95 per copy or $24.95 for a one-year subscription.