|City of license||Salt Lake City, Utah, United States|
|Broadcast area||Salt Lake City and Worldwide|
|Frequency||FM: 102.7 KSL HD2 and HD3|
|First air date||May 18, 2009|
|Callsign meaning||Salt Lake City|
|Owner||Deseret Management Corporation|
- Mormon Channel is also the name of a waterway in Stockton, California.
Broadcasting 24/7 from facilities at the LDS Church's headquarters, Mormon Channel broadcasts over the Internet via the station website at http://mormonchannel.org and over the HD2 and HD3 channels of eight FM stations: KIRO-FM in Seattle, KSWD in Los Angeles, KSL-FM in Salt Lake City, KTAR-FM in Phoenix, WARH in St. Louis, WSHE-FM in Chicago, WTOP-FM in Washington, D.C., and WYGY in Cincinnati. KIRO, KSWD, KSL, and KTAR are owned by Bonneville International, itself owned by the LDS Church; WARH, WSHE-FM, WTOP, and WYGY are owned by Hubbard Broadcasting, but were owned by Bonneville as well until 2011.
The Mormon Channel was officially launched on May 18, 2009. As of 2015, it is also available via iPhone and Android apps and on YouTube. The apps include video and audio content and four radio feeds, while the YouTube channel features primarily video content (the audio-only programming has not been included on YouTube). All the audio streams are also available via alternate means, such as TuneIn or mp3 feeds.
On November 14, 2011, the music feed was launched, drawing primarily from Deseret Book's music offerings, along with many independent artists who are members of the LDS Church. There are some exclusives, such as music commissioned by the LDS Church, an example of which is the 2015 Mutual Theme album 'Embark', only available via download on the youth pages of the lds.org website.
In July 2014, a channel was launched to play exclusively music recorded by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, promotional announcements by the Choir say 'Powered by the Mormon channel'.
Programming is produced by LDS Church departments and other associated organizations. These may include interviews, programs about church doctrines, sermons from the church's general conference, rebroadcasts of Music and the Spoken Word, and other programs.
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- Perry, Steven Kapp (July 17, 2009). "Mormon Channel -- LDS radio". Mormon Times. Retrieved 4 February 2010.