LDS General Conference October 2009 – MP3 Audio, Streaming Video, Audio & Video Podcasts, Facebook & Twitter #ldsconf

This weekend, October 3rd and 4th 2009, we are participating once again in the semi-annual General Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints where we listen to discourses by modern Apostles and Prophets of Jesus Christ. Every Conference I try to post links to MP3 audio and other Internet resources as they become available.

MP3 Audio

This post will be updated with the earliest available mp3 audio files as they become available. Links to the official MP3s at the church website will be added as they are posted by the church.

Saturday Morning Session MP3s

Saturday Morning Session 1st Hour

Saturday Morning Session 2nd Hour

Complete Saturday Morning Session

President Thomas S. Monson

Elder Richard G. Scott

Vicki F. Matsumori

Elder L. Whitney Clayton

Russell T. Osguthorpe

Elder David A. Bednar

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

Saturday Afternoon Session MP3s

Saturday Afternoon Session 1st Hour

Saturday Afternoon Session 2nd Hour

Complete Saturday Afternoon Session

President Henry B. Eyring

Elder Dallin H. Oaks

Elder Robert D. Hales

Elder Jorge F. Zeballos

Elder Tad R. Callister

Elder Kent D. Watson

Elder Neil L. Andersen

President Boyd K. Packer

Priesthood Session

Complete Priesthood Session

Elder M. Russell Ballard

Elder Walter F. Gonzalez

Elder Yoon Hwan Choi

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

President Henry B. Eyring

President Thomas S. Monson

Sunday Morning Session MP3s

Sunday Morning Session 1st Hour

Sunday Morning Session 2nd Hour

Complete Sunday Morning Session

President Henry B. Eyring

Elder L. Tom Perry

Bishop H. David Burton

Ann M. Dibb

Elder Russell M. Nelson

President Thomas S. Monson

Sunday Afternoon Session MP3s

Sunday Afternoon Session 1st Hour

Sunday Afternoon Session 2nd Hour

Complete Sunday Afternoon Session

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland

Elder Quentin L. Cook

Elder Brent H. Nielson

Elder Dale G. Renlund

Elder Michael T. Ringwood

Elder Joseph W. Sitati

Elder D. Todd Christofferson

President Thomas S. Monson

Streaming Video

Live streaming video of the conference, as well as archived recordings of completed sessions will be available on demand through the official church website as well as through BYU TV and KSL. The video at the official website and through byu.tv has been our primary conference experience for the several years now and we really enjoy it. You can even pause the conference to go to the bathroom and come back without missing a thing.

Official Streaming Video on lds.org:

General Conference Video in English

General Conference Video in Spanish

General Conference Video in Portuguese

General Conference Video in American Sign Language

BYU.tv:

General Conference Video in English

General Conference Video in Spanish

General Conference Video in Portuguese

KSL:

KSL.com General Conference Video

Podcasts

For a few years the church has provided official audio and video podcasts of the conference sessions. You can subscribe to the podcasts to receive conference on your iPod or in a podcast enabled feed reader like Google Reader. In past years KSL has also provided a podcast.

In my experience, the KSL podcast sessions often become available shortly after each session ends, but they have been very unreliable. The official audio podcast has sometimes been posted remarkably fast after the sessions, but it has also been a little inconsistent. Understandably, the video podcast posts a few days later during the following week.

Official LDS.org Audio Podcast (MP3s of Individual Talks)
Official LDS.org Video Podcast (MP4s of Individual Talks)
KSL Audio Podcast (One MP3 per Session)

Facebook

For the first time this conference NothingWavering.org will be automatically posting links to audio and video of individual conference talks on Facebook. Become a fan of the Nothing Wavering Facebook page and you will see links to conference, as well as to posts from official LDS websites and LDS blogs right in your News Feed where they can be easily shared with friends an family.

Twitter #ldsconf

In recent years, twitter.com has emerged as a powerful online tool for live, real-time commentary. An article on the church’s official tech website described trends in twitter commentary a few General Conferences ago. In more recent conferences, the official twitter page of the @LDSNewsr0om has tweeted the conference as well. If you are a twitter user, you can post your conference comments using the #ldsconf hashtag.

View #ldsconf comments on twitter

Links to the mp3 audio and mp4 video podcast files will be automatically tweeted by NothingWavering.org through @ldsconference.

Video/Twitter Mashup

Bryce Haymond will again have a mashup of the live streaming video of the conference side-by-side with the twitter #ldsconf comments at his Temple Study blog .

LDS Blogs

To find LDS blog commentary on the conference, you can check the LDS Blog Portal at NothiningWavering.org which aggregates blog posts by mainstream and orthodox LDS bloggers as well as content from official LDS websites. You can also check out LDS blog posts specifically tagged with ‘conference’. Nothing Wavering also tweets links to LDS blog posts and official content on twitter @ldsblogs, @ldsbloggers, and @ldsofficial, in addition to the @ldsconference twitter page mentioned above.

Let me know if you have links to any other great conference resources.

Have a wonderful experience!

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