Mormon Newsroom is now on Instagram, a social media photo and video sharing site. One of the page’s first videos, embedded below, provides a glimpse of this year’s Christmas lighting ceremony at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Washington D.C. Temple.
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Last month, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints received attention when the Touchstorm Video Index listed the Mormon Channel as a “top brand” on YouTube.
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It is perhaps one of the great ironies of the information age that, although news and information are more accessible than ever before, it is still difficult to distinguish fact from fiction. Because we all participate in the same basic information space, this creates an environment that challenges everyone, including individuals and institutions.
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Today MormonNewsroom.org (previously Newsroom.lds.org), the Church's official website for news media, opinion leaders and the public, has an updated front page.
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon)has launched the Hong Kong Newsroom website: mormonnewsroom.hk.
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What would it be like to witness firsthand the events surrounding the birth of Jesus Christ? Actors who took part in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' (Mormon) Life of Jesus Christ Bible Videos project had this opportunity, if only in a vicarious way.
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Newsroom launched a new Google+ page today to provide another way for journalists, bloggers and others to follow the site. The Newsroom has had a presence on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube for some time now. The Newsroom profile on Google+ is intended to serve those who are using that social media site.
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is providing people of Hispanic descent a digital index of Mexico's 1930 census. In addition to including the information in the FamilySearch index for names, the Church is providing Ancestry.com with the information as well.
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Genealogy has been a popular hobby for over a century, but the pursuit of one’s ancestors is now a decidedly technology-intensive endeavor. To help family historians take advantage of the latest technology, FamilySearch has launched a new section on its FamilySearch.org website called FamilySearch TechTips.
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Like many large organizations, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints administers several Facebook pages, YouTube channels and Twitter accounts, each of which communicates with different audiences inside and outside the Church.
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