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Live Streaming is becoming more Common

Live Streaming is becoming more Common

The service isn't meant to replace a traditional funeral. Instead it provides the opportunity for those that can't make it in person to attend explains David Lutterman with OneRoom Funeral Streaming.

How Social Media is impacting the way we grieve

How Social Media is impacting the way we grieve

Thanks to the social networks, the world is smaller.Thanks to the social networks, we are able to socialise our own grief with loved ones, as one.

Video on Demand: Is it just a millennial thing?

Video on Demand: Is it just a millennial thing?

Since the mid-20th century, TV has been a staple source of entertainment and news in households around the world – from Saturday night movies for the kids, to dad telling everyone to hush while he catches the weather report.

Tradition is changing, cremation rates are rising

Tradition is changing, cremation rates are rising

In a move away from tradition, more and more people are choosing cremation. Last year the cremation rate was predicted to have reached 53.5 percent, with a forward prediction that the national cremation rate will reach 80% by 2035.

Now Even Funerals Are Livestreamed—and Families Are Grateful

Now Even Funerals Are Livestreamed—and Families Are Grateful

The call came on January 2. It was early enough in the morning that Natalie Levy probably shouldn’t have been awake—she had recently left a high-stress job at a private-equity firm in San Francisco, and was determined to relax a bit—but her dog had woken her up.

Elevator pitch: OneRoom

Elevator pitch: OneRoom

We gave OneRoom CEO David Lutterman a little longer than an elevator ride to pitch his company, which is shaking up the traditional funeral industry with its live stream technology and slick branding.