Las Vegas has large community of Mormons, which is not surprising since it was first settled by Mormon pioneers in the mid-eighteen hundreds. Mormons account for about 12 percent of the population in Southern Nevada. Due to the significant number of members living here, LDS general conference can be heard on local radio and television stations.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) broadcast general conference twice a year to members around the world. It is a chance for anyone to hear the words of living prophet of the Lord. I have been tuning into all TEN HOURS of the broadcast for years. General Conference has become increasingly more important to me but every April and October, I find myself searching the internet trying to find the best place to tune into general conference. This always seems to be a fruitless endeavor since many of the keys words are common search terms. I typically end up frustratingly thumbing through the stations until I find it.
Of course, the easiest place to find the broadcast is on the Church's official website but the online streaming video can be choppy due to the overwhelming demand. The following are some great resources I found for watching the conference:
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints official website.
BYU Broadcasting and TV for online streaming.
Bonneville Communication, for local listing of radio, TV and cable stations.