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Accessing general conference

With each passing general conference the number of ways to watch, listen or read the inspired messages from Church leaders increases. For the October 2011's semiannual conference several different media channels will provide conference coverage. Here is a detailed list of available resources:

Stake center: contact local leaders to find out if your stake center will broadcast the sessions of conference. A map page showing a complete listing of chapels around the world is available at lds.org/general-conference.

Television: available through BYUtv, BYUtv International, KSL and other TV stations worldwide. Check your local listings for availability.

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

Internet: live broadcast 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).

Conference Center: For those living in the United States and Canada, tickets are obtained directly from Church leaders. Visitors from other countries do not need to order tickets in advance; they may obtain tickets at the Conference Center ticket office, located at door 5 of the Conference Center, beginning on Monday, September 26, 2011, and continuing throughout general conference weekend. International visitors will need to show valid ID, such as a passport and form I-94, to receive tickets.

Non-live downloads: Typically four to five hours after a conference session concludes, audio files of that session are available in more than 70 languages. To access the files go to lds.org/general-conference for details and instructions for computers and mobile devices.

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