How to Watch or Listen to October 2020 General Conference Live

How to Watch or Listen to October 2020 General Conference Live

While the world struggles with a pandemic, economic hardship, social issues, political turmoil, and uncertainty, leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will focus on the Savior’s messages of love, understanding, acceptance, hope, connection, and inclusion during the 190th Semiannual General Conference on October 3-4.

Despite not having a live audience at the Conference Center, the Church is using technology to offer more viewing and listening options than ever before, ensuring the largest global general conference audience to date.

General sessions for all audiences will be Saturday and Sunday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. mountain daylight time. A women’s session for all women and young women ages 11 and older will be Saturday evening at 6 p.m.  Consider the following five ways to watch or listen live.

1. Online

You can live stream General Conference with both audio and video from the following places:

  • ChurchofJesusChrist.org. All sessions will be streamed live in more than 70 languages on the live broadcasts page. Select “Watch” for video or “Listen” for low-bandwidth audio-only.
  • Church YouTube channel. All sessions will be streamed live in more than 30 languages.
  • BYUtv.org. All general sessions will be streamed live in English.

2. Mobile Apps

Need to watch on your phone or another electronic device? You can use the following apps:

3. TV and Connected TV

Looking for television stations broadcasting General Conference. Here’s how to tune in via TV:

  • Television, cable TV and satellite TV. Visit Bonneville International Corporation’s for a complete listing of stations by country. The media and broadcasting company is wholly owned by the Church.
  • BYUtv. All sessions will be streamed live in English on 154 cable TV providers. Please check your local listings or call 1 (866) 662-9888 for a provider in your area.
  • KSL TV Channel 5 in Utah and connected TV. All sessions will be streamed live in English.

4. Radio

If you can only listen to the audio, radio is a great way to tune into General Conference. Here are just a few options.

  • Radio and internet radio stations throughout the world. All sessions will be streamed live in English. Visit Bonneville International Corporation’s website for a complete listing of stations by country.
  • Latter-day Saints Channel (internet radio). All sessions will be streamed live in English and Spanish.
  • Gospel Voice (Alexa and Google Assistant devices). All sessions will be streamed live in English. Listen to Saints Channel Talk Stream by saying:
    • “Alexa, ask Gospel Voice to play general conference.”
    • “Hey, Google, ask Gospel Voice to play general conference.”
  • KSL NewsRadio. All sessions will be streamed live in English.

5. Smart Speakers

For the first time, General Conference is available on your smart speaker devices.

  • Amazon Alexa Devices (Echo, Echo Dot, Amazon Fire TV Cube, etc.). Audio of all sessions will be streamed live in English and Spanish.
    • For English, first add Gospel Voice* to your Alexa: Say, “Alexa, enable Gospel Voice.” Then say, “Alexa, ask Gospel Voice to play general conference.”
    • For Spanish, first enable TuneIn skill, then say, “Alexa, open TuneIn Live.” Then say, “Alexa, play Canal Mormon,” or “Alexa, ask TuneIn to play Canal Mormon.”
  • Google Assistant Devices (Home, Mini, Auto etc.). Audio of all sessions will be streamed live in English and Spanish.
    • For English, first add Gospel Voice to your Google Assistant. Say, “Hey, Google. Talk to Gospel Voice.” Then say, “Hey Google, ask Gospel Voice to play general conference.”
    • For Spanish, first enable TuneIn skill, then say, “Hey, Google, talk to TuneIn Live.” Then say, “Hey, Google, play Canal Mormon,” or “Hey, Google, ask TuneIn to play Canal Mormon.”

 

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