Question #1: When did the Church first begin interpreting general conference and what were the first languages?
Answer: October 1961 in Dutch, German, Samoan, and Spanish.
Question #2: What and when was the earliest formal publishing effort of general conference addresses?
Answer: The Conference Report in April 1880.
Question #3: How far back do we have general conference addresses available on the conference section of LDS.org today?
- English has text, audio, and video back to 1971.
- Next 10 languages (Chinese-Mandarin, Chinese-Cantonese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish) have text back to 1990 and audio and video back to 2008.
- Other languages have text back to 2000 and audio and video back to 2008.
Question #4: How many tweets were sent about the last general conference?
Answer: 128,000. (To learn more about using the hashtag #LDSconf when you tweet or post on social media about LDS General Conference, see LDS Hashtags.)
Also see this longer list of general conference trivia published by the Deseret News.