Brandon Brown, Deseret News
General conference interviews
The 182nd Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was held March 31 and April 1, 2012. Following are links of recent coverage and other sources relevant to this April's conference, held in Salt Lake City at the Conference Center.
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Unforgettable talk sparks renewed interest in forget-me-not flower
LDS Church News conference section: Find summaries of talks, archive of past conferences
LDS Church News latest stories
ksl.com's conference section
Maps (download PDFs)
Parking, downtown Salt Lake City map
City Creek Center map
A complete list of Mormon temples
Quotes from October 2011 LDS general conference
City Creek Center shops and stores
The top-selling albums from the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
Helpful online LDS Church resources you may not know about
Top 10 LDS 'Intellectuals'
If you go
2012 April LDS general conference: Attending, parking, programming
Map: Parking, downtown Salt Lake City
Where to watch, listen to conference
General conference is broadcast via satellite to church meetinghouses throughout the world, and it is available through television, radio, the Internet and other media.
Go to www.bonneville.info and click on "General Conference" for a complete list of TV, radio or satellite reception options for all 50 states, plus Canada and Bermuda.
On Salt Lake-area TV: All four general sessions will be broadcast live on KSL/Ch. 5 and on cable/satellite channel BYU-TV.
KBYU-Ch. 11 will repeat the morning sessions at noon and the afternoon sessions at 4 p.m. both days.
On the radio: KSL Radio (AM-1160/FM-102.7), KBYU (FM-89.1) and BYU-Radio (Sirius XM-143) will air all four general sessions. KVNU (AM-610), Logan; KSUB/KSSD (AM-590), Cedar City; KMTI/KMGR (AM-650/FM-93.7), Manti; KSRR/KQMB (AM-1400/FM-96.7), Orem; KSVC/KMXD (AM-980), Richfield; KSVN (Spanish, AM-730), Salt Lake City; KBJA (Spanish, AM-1640), South Jordan; and KVEL (AM-920), Vernal, will also air the general sessions live.
On satellite and other TV stations: The church will provide an analog signal on AMC-11 C06, 131 degrees west, 3820 downlink MHz horizontal; and digital signal on Galaxy 13 02C, 127 degrees west, 3744.500 MHz horizontal.
Check local program listings for other cable or TV availability in your area or visit byubroadcasting.org, bonneville.info, ksl.com, mormonchannel.org or mobile.lds.org for more information.
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On the web: Live broadcast will be available through lds.org (video and audio), Facebook.com/LDS, BYUtv and BYUtv International, as well as through the Mormon Channel (app, online and Roku channel).
Non-live downloads: Typically eight hours after a conference session concludes, audio files of that session are available in more than 70 languages. Text files of the talks are available within about four days. To access the files, go to lds.org/general-conference for details and instructions for computers and mobile devices.