Extreme Genes is my choice for the Saturday "New Genealogy Product" - it sounds interesting, everyone can access it for free, and I like podcast/radio shows.
W. Scott Fisher is the "Radio Roots Sleuth" who has a regular podcast/Radio show called "Extreme Genes Family History Radio:"
The publicity for Extreme Genes says:
"There are millions of people either actively researching or wanting to research their family history. Extreme Genes keeps you informed on the latest in family history research around the world. Scott Fisher hosts expert guests and people from around the world with remarkable stories of family history discovery.
"Extreme Genes is America's first nationally syndicated radio show on family history, having rolled out in January 2014 through the well known and respected firm of TalkShowsUSA .com. We are always adding new affiliates. The program (including all breaks and national commercials, news, weather, etc., is one hour in length."
On the "Podcast" menu tab is the latest podcast. The 27th episode featured an interview with David Allen Lambert from the New England Historic Genealogical Society:
Here is a photo of Scott Fisher at his Extreme Genes display in the RootsTech Expo Hall:
And a sign on his display table which I thought was great:
You can hear the current and archived podcasts on the "Podcast" page (http://extremegenes.com/category/podcast-archive/). You can hear the podcasts on the iHeartRadio's new Talk Channel, on iTunes, or on Stitcher. Also, several on-the-air radio stations that carry it.