A bunch of talks from the African Genetics International Conference have been posted.
You can refer to this list of talks.
I haven't watched any of the videos yet; feel free to comment on any interesting nuggets of information in them.
A few that I plan to watch:
(UPDATE: A very interesting bit at around 42')
Beyond Eden: The Significance of Archaic Human Genetic Sequences in African Populations
Michael Hammer, University of Arizona
The following video has been pixelized, presumably because it includes pictures of unpublished data (?)
Paleoanthropological Origins of Human Genetic Diversity: The Significance of humanity’s African Roots
Chris Stringer, Natural History Museum, London
Technological Innovations Impacting Genomic Science
George Church, Harvard & MIT