Live Webcasting

Why Webcast?

why webcast At Rainey Mathis Funeral Home we know that watching a live funeral webcast will never take the place of actually being there, however we have seen an ever growing number of family members who would like to attend a funeral service but cannot attend due to poor health problems, military or work obligations or even financial constraints.  For this reason, Rainey Mathis Funeral home is now offering live funeral webcasting using the latest in streaming technology. In December of 2010, our funeral home contracted Nationalwebcasts.com to install and support new streaming website equipment to give this much needed service to those we serve.  Our live webcasts now feature full streaming motion and sound.  Simple, Windows Media Video (.wmv) format ensures simple ease of viewing with no complicated software to install. 

live To view a private webcast service you must have a password.  The password ensures privacy and allows the immediate family to choose who can participate in the live stream.  On the day of the funeral webcast do not go to this public page! The actual funeral webcast is linked directly to each persons obituary page and can be viewed by clicking the live webcast button like shown here in our example

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privacy policy  At Rainey Mathis Funeral Home we respect your privacy and have established our webcast privacy policy for your peace of mind.  All of our live funeral webcasts are password protected for and webcasting is only provided free of charge to those families who request the service.  Services are never publicly broadcast to anyone nor is the password distributed without the immediate families permission.  If you have questions about our services please feel free to ask one of our funeral directors

weather cam Below you will see a sample windows media video, it can be used to setup and test computer browsers prior to a real funeral webcast and offers assurance the webcast will sucessfully play the day of the live event.