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Editor’s Note (February 2022): Please note that LDS365 has no affiliation with the current web sites ldsWebguy.com and LDSMediaTalk.com.
- On July 5, 2006, Larry Richman launched ldsWebguy.com, with tips on creating LDS websites and blogs, using social networks, keeping your family safe on the Internet, and using other kinds of media in productive ways. (Note that Larry Richman has no affiliation with the current web page found at ldsWebguy.com.)
- On June 10, 2008, additional authors joined the team and the website was rebranded LDS Media Talk. The focus was to help members and leaders become more aware of the availability and purpose of Church resources. The site had a total reach of 75,000 from 168 countries.
- On July 5, 2018 (the 12th anniversary), LDS Media Talk was merged with other content creators and aggregators to form the new site LDS365.com.
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