Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Funeral Webcasting

The loss of a loved one or friend is a difficult and stressful time. A funeral service allows a mourner a sense of closure and it enables them to honor and celebrate the deceased's life. It is a special and sacred event for all survivors. Unfortunately, many bereaved are not able to attend a funeral or memorial service due to health issues, the shear distance from the funeral service, or the high cost of travel.

Today, the latest funeral technology offers friends and family members access to these special events regardless of their circumstances or their location. Through funeral webcasting, the bereaved can view a memorial at anytime, anywhere in the world, in the privacy of their own home.

Funeral webcasting enables family and friends to take part in their loved one's funeral or memorial service despite illness, finances, or distance. It gives mourners who can't travel the opportunity to watch the service live, just like they were there or watch it later at their convenience.

Recently improved technologies, less expensive broadband, and deployments of the military to Afghanistan and Iraq have all lead to an increase in the use of webcasting. Now survivors who cannot attend a service in person are not just limited to sending sympathy cards and funeral flowers, they too can have closure.

Frazer Consultants' world-renowned Tribute Center software enables funeral homes to offer funeral webcasting using a simple video package including, HD camera, tripod, wireless microphone and USB video capture device. With no long term contract, no upfront costs, no equipment to buy, and no support fees, Frazer Consultants pay-as-you-go system is an ideal solution.

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