Seventh-day Adventists have had a large publishing presence since the mid-1850s when the first issue of the flagship journal the Adventist Review was published. Since then, the Church has established successful publishing houses on both the East and West coasts of the United States and in various other countries around the world. It has produced thousands of book and periodical titles, often translated into multiple languages. It began radio broadcasts in 1929 and television broadcasts in 1950. As traditional forms of communication have faced challenges from the Internet and other forms of media, the church has branched out into new ways of communicating, including blogs and podcasts. The Pacific Union Conference continues to publish a beautifully designed and timely monthly magazine, the Recorder, (available both in print and online) and produces a weekly church news video, All God’s People.