The Mormon Channel (MormonChannel.org), the official media channel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is expanding to provide more content in more ways than before.
- Mormon Channel on iTunes (itunes.lds.org) provides access to media through mobile devices, Internet, and radio. In the iTunes store, you can subscribe to, play, and download free audio and video content such as general conference addresses, Mormon Message videos, radio podcasts, and CES firesides. Audio is also available in the Apple audio book format. Content is also being provide in the Zune store.
- Mormon Channel Radio (radio.lds.org) is where you can listen real-time to new, original programs and audio from Church archives online, on HD radio, or on a mobile device.
- Mormon Channel on YouTube (YouTube.com/MormonChannel) is where you can view, share, and comment on Mormon Message videos, Church news and events, general conference, and other Church-produced videos.
The Mormon Channel provides new ways to access general conference, both in video and audio.
- The Mormon Channel on YouTube has conference addresses in 12 languages. Just click the language across the top of the page. This is a great way to share a talk with a friend or embed it in your blog or website.
- The iTunes store has 12 languages listed at the bottom right of the Mormon Channel page.
The promotional video about the Mormon Channel (see above) began airing on local television and radios stations in the Salt Lake market during the weekend of general conference in October 2010.
If you don’t already love the Mormon Channel, we invite you try it out. Then, please share this short video with your family and friends. Below is the embed code that you can use on your blog or website.
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