“In the News,” Ensign, Sept. 2010, 78
The World Report, a semiannual news program produced by the Church, will air on Saturday, October 2, between sessions of general conference. The World Report outlines major events in Church history from the past six months.
“The World Report shows the Church in action. It is one way of illustrating how people are living the principles they’re learning about in Sunday School,” said Michael Purdy, executive producer of The World Report.
The broadcast includes coverage of temple and other building dedications, milestones in Church history, major Church initiatives, and significant events. It also depicts the stories of Latter-day Saints throughout the world as they build the kingdom through service.
The World Report will be broadcast in American Sign Language, Bislama, Cantonese, Cebuano, English (with subtitles), Fijian, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Kiribati, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, Samoan, Spanish, Tagalog, and Tongan. In areas where the broadcast is not available in the local language, The World Report will be broadcast in English.
After general conference, DVDs of The World Report will be available in distribution centers and through LDSCatalog.com in the languages listed above. It will also be available online at lds.org/videos and newsroom.lds.org.