The 2016 National Genealogical Society Family History Conference is this week in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Even if you cannot attend there are several ways you can participate. The conference program is here. NGS has a live stream option where several of the lectures will be available for online viewing. Third, you can follow the event or your favorite presenter via Twitter or Facebook.
You can purchase professionally-made recordings of sessions after the event from here. I attended last year's even in St. Charles. While there were many great lectures and events, Elizabeth Shown Mills blew me away with her presentation on how she traced her "lost relatives" through a combination of DNA and records. I was overwhelmed with the information so I purchased the recording so I could go back to it and absorb more of the details of her process.
Finally, many nationally-known genealogists participate in the NGS conference so it is a great time to watch their blogs and websites for news and updates - sometimes gratis "conference extas" can be found. This year's presenters include Lisa Louise Cooke, Dick Eastman, Pam & Rick Sayre and many others.