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Mormon General Conference FAQ

Radio: Audio is available through KSL Radio, BYU Radio (online or SiriusXM) and other radio stations throughout the world. Check your local listings.

Internet: A live broadcast is available through LDS.org (video or audio) facebook.com/LDS, BYUtv and BYUtv International, as well as through the Mormon Channel (app, online and Roku channel).

Conference Center: To attend, see ticket information.

How can I help my children enjoy General Conference?

You can find activities for children, such as matching games and coloring prints, here. Also, read how to prepare your children for General Conference.

When will conference materials be available?

Conference materials are available shortly after the session is over, sometimes within minutes. The General Conference website has the complete listing of formats, channels and availability.

What languages are available?

General Conference is available as a live broadcast in several languages. For past General Conferences, select the language you want it translated into on the top right hand side of the transcripts page as indicated below. Live audio and video streaming is also available in multiple languages.

Can I put Conference on my mobile device?

Once audio and videos files are available, you can download them and transfer to your device. You can also access General Conference audio and video files directly from the Mormon Channel on iTunes as well as the channel website and mobile app.

Can I download just the music from General Conference?

General Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ includes a blend of beautiful music provided by the 360-member, illustrious Mormon Tabernacle Choir, invited soloists, and congregational hymns. Yes, you may access this music separately. When you select the conference you want (see an example here) click on "Show Music" at the top of the page and all the songs will be displayed. You will then be able to download the songs as mp3 files or as video files.

Is General Conference on Twitter or Facebook?

Yes. General Conference will be broadcast live through the Church's Facebook page. You can also receive highlights of General Conference through the Church's General Conference Twitter page. Many Twitter users use the hashtags #lds and #mormon to flag tweets about the Church, and #ldsconf when following General Conference.

How can I share General Conference with others?

Many people are sharing their favorite quotes and stories from General Conference through social networks and blogs. Here are some practical and quick ways you can share conference with others:

  1. Share the General Conference event on Facebook.
  2. Post your feelings about conference on your Facebook wall.
  3. "Like" the Church's official Facebook page
  4. "Like" your favorite conference talks and use the share links on LDS.org
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