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Written by Matt Frazer

 

Funeral professionals have the opportunity to provide a meaningful and exceptional new service to client families called funeral webcasting. Using robust funeral software, a funeral home can stream a funeral or memorial service for live or delayed viewing over the internet.

 

Funeral webcasting is a great solution for one of the most emotional times in our lives. When a loved one or friend passes away, things get hectic as the family plans the funeral, sets the times and dates for the services, and out-of-town mourners make arrangements for travel.

 

Although everyone would like to be able to drop everything and come to the funeral, it’s not always possible to attend the service because of illness, the expense of travel, military service, or other obligations. However, missing the service of a loved one can bring on feelings of regret and a greater sense of loss, for not having been there for those final moments together.

 

Funeral webcasting affords the bereaved a great comfort. Webcasting gives family and friends those final moments to say goodbye. Family members who can’t travel can see the funeral service just like they were there by viewing a funeral webcast.

 

From the comfort of their own home, funeral webcasting allows those family members the opportunity to be a part of the service and get the closure they need. If the bereaved can’t attend the service, it can be viewed live or they can watch a delayed stream later at their convenience.

 

Webcasting gives family and friends those final moments to say goodbye and to be with loved ones during this difficult time, even if it is just virtually. Family members who can’t travel can see the funeral service just like they were there by viewing a live funeral webcast or a delayed stream. Funeral webcasting allows those family members the opportunity to be a part of the service and get the closure they need.

 

Broadcasting a service around the world is now easier than ever. Plus, streaming a funeral or memorial service is safe and secure. With easy-to-use funeral software and a simple video package including an HD camera, tripod, wireless microphone, and USB video capture device, a funeral home will have all the webcasting equipment they will need. Once installed, funeral professionals can simultaneously stream over 30 different servers across the world using the most reliable video streaming.

 

For more information about our funeral webcasting services please call 866-372-9372.