The Church has generally been an early-adopter of new technology, whether that meant Brigham Young sending the first message once the overland telegraph had reached Salt Lake City, using commercial radio to broadcast performances of the Choir, or mastering some aspects of the Internet.
So, how early do you think we adopted television technology? When was the first televised General Conference? How far was the reach of that first broadcast? Make some guesses this morning, and I’ll post again later in the day with an answer. (And yeah, you could Google … but should you always trust what you find on the Internet, no matter how many people repeat a claim?)