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‘A Century of Honor’ show archived online for your viewing pleasure

Update, Oct. 30: Nearly 1.2 million people watched the awesome production last night. Did you miss it? You can now watch the whole thing online.


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Won’t be at the 21,000-seat Conference Center in Salt Lake City for tonight’s big “A Century of Honor” show? All hope is not lost.

You have plenty of ways to watch the multimedia celebration of the 100-year partnership between the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Boy Scouts of America.

Basically, you can tune in on any device with a screen: TV, computer, iPhone, iPad, Android. But whichever method you choose, do not miss this live 85-minute extravaganza with original music and media, historical reenactments, special guests and a cast of hundreds of Scouts.

The big show is broadcast live at 9 p.m. Eastern tonight. (That’s 8 p.m. Central, 7 p.m. Mountain, 6 p.m. Pacific.)

Here are your options for tuning in: 

Watch at an LDS stake center

There’s a good chance an LDS unit near you is hosting a viewing party. Anyone from any faith is invited to watch, and both Scouts and non-Scouts and their families are welcome. This is a celebration of all of Scouting, and it’ll be a ton of fun.

Watch on your TV

BYUtv will broadcast tonight’s show live. Subscribers of satellite and most cable providers with any level of programming package receive BYUtv, Brigham Young University’s official TV channel.

On DirecTV, tune in to channel 374. On Dish, you want channel 9403.

For cable providers, find the channel in your local listings.

If you have a Roku, install the free BYUtv channel and watch through your Roku.

And remember to set your DVR if you can’t watch live.

Watch online

If neither of the above options suits you, you can always watch for free at scouts100.lds.org.

Watch on your iPad, iPhone or Android device

Won’t be near a TV or computer tonight? That’s fine. Download the free BYUtv app for your device, and watch from anywhere.

Feel free to use the comments section below to discuss the show as you watch. I can’t wait!

19 Comments on ‘A Century of Honor’ show archived online for your viewing pleasure

  1. I can’t wait. My troop was given tickets to the event. We will be in the conference center and watching it live :)

    • Have fun, and share pictures with us!

  2. Bill LaRuffa // October 29, 2013 at 3:29 pm // Reply

    I will be DVR’ing tonight as I am at Sea Scout Ship meeting and them tomorrow I will be with our LDS units watching it with them.

  3. I’ll be taking my Star and my Bobcat sons tonight; we’ll be in the nosebleed seats.

    • Eric Larson Enjoy the celebration from the upper section. I was at the dedication of the new Conference when President Hinckley dedicated the Center. It was a historic center for historic celebrations such as the 100 year anniversary of Scouting in the LDS Church. I visited the 2013 BSA Jamboree LDS Church site at the Scout Camp and was presented the Church patch and medallion of President Monson for the 100 year commemoration in Scouting. They were beautifully done. Enjoy the celebration Trenton Spears

  4. Watching from home now. Just happened to see the Facebook post on this article an hour ago. Thanks!

  5. Watching now from home. Happened to see this article on FB about an hour ago. Thanks!

  6. Bryan, thank you so much for the reminder to watch this spectacular and moving tribute to Scouting, its history, its future. Thank you also to the LDS Church for developing this great program. I was touched!

  7. A great, uplifting celebration.

  8. What a fun, entertaining and inspirational production by the LDS Church and their Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers and Scouters not to mention the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra. Who would have thought they Zip Line in that great sanctuary. If you did not see it, I highly recommend watching one of the rebroadcasts, the program runs 85 quick minutes. My favorite segment was the ‘follow-the-bouncing-ball’ sing-a-long tribute to mothers of Eagle Scouts.

    • Dave,
      This show had a number of ‘firsts’ in the conference center. There has never been a zipline, or rappelling, or kayaking, or rockets, or …. While the building has been ‘dedicated’ for use as a meeting place for large gatherings, it is not ONLY for church meetings. It was originally planned that it could be rented for large group gatherings/concerts/etc. (as long as the subject matter was deemed acceptable), but with security concerns after 9/11, it has never been rented.

    • The tribute to Eagle Moms seems to have been a highlight for many. (including several of the cast.)
      That song was added last Tuesday, (and it had been written during the 24 hours prior to the rehearsal). I’m glad we could learn and present it for you that quickly, so that we could all enjoy it.

  9. Jill Landucci // October 29, 2013 at 11:11 pm // Reply

    I just finished watching this tribute from home. It was awesome!

  10. That was pretty incredible. Really enjoyed seeing the period uniforms.

  11. I was in the Eagle Choir. We had a great time preparing and presenting the show. It was a good show from my seat behind the curtain, but I had to stay up late last night to watch the recording and see what happened while the curtain was closed.

  12. Fun seeing some uniforms that were not “tucked in”. :)

    Absence of Tigers from the program was glaring, but to be expected. I didn’t finish all of it but seemed well done and not to LDS centric.

  13. It was a good show past and now well done.

  14. It was a really good show. Watched the rebroadcast here Weds night in the eastern time zone. Does anyone know if they are thinking of releasing it on DVD/Blu-Ray?

  15. Nice. Enjoy!

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