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Rise in Funeral streaming



An article in the Telegraph newspaper recently disgust the rise in funeral steaming.

"A discreet video camera can be set up to film a funeral, which is then broadcast online on a password-protected site for the benefit of mourners who couldn't attend.

One in three millennials said they would be happy to watch an online livestream if they could not go to a funeral in person, compared to one in four people aged over 35."

"Some funeral directors will even offer family members a recording of the service on a DVD.

Mona Patel, Royal London’s consumer spokeswoman, said: “It is understandable that most people would prefer to attend a funeral in person wherever possible.

"But with so many people saying they have been forced to miss a funeral, live-streaming could be an option for those who would like to pay their last respects but aren’t able to attend in person.

"Many older people are not comfortable with this, but it is noticeable that younger people are much more open to paying their respects in a different way.”"

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