An executive from the company behind the service explains:
"Families are dispersed across the world these days, and sometimes it's the case that someone cannot get home in time for a funeral," said Alan Jeffrey, director of Wesley Music.
"For those who need it, this is a very important service. It means that rather than being excluded, they can at least witness and be a part of a funeral as it happens. In a time of stress this is something that can ease the pain."
Pardon the expression, but might this be a killer VOD application for cable operators too?
― Michael Harris, Chief Analyst, Cable Digital News