Private & Personalized Remote Attendance System

TribuCast™ eases the heartache of scheduling a service by including those who can’t be there in person.

When a life ends, friends and loved ones need a way to cope, to grieve, to pay their respects, and to begin healing.

For centuries, funerals and memorial services have served this purpose. Too often, however, today’s mourners find themselves unable to participate, whether due to distance, illness, or family and work commitments.


It doesn’t have to be that way.

TribuCast™ provides friends and family members with a private way to attend your loved one’s memorial service remotely, in real time.

TribuCast™ is accessed through a personal website that includes a recording of your loved one’s service, as well as images and information that reflect your loved one’s passions, providing valuable context for those who cannot attend in person.

TribuCast™ can be viewed live or at a later date and includes a Guest Book for those attending remotely to offer their thoughts, memories, and condolences.

Most of all…

TribuCast™ helps reduce your family’s heartache and stress by enabling friends and other family members to honor, celebrate, and grieve for your loved one, regardless of their location or life circumstances. As a result, the average TribuCast™ adds between 60-90 remote attendees to most services.

You and your loved ones can create an experience as unique as the person you’ve lost through limitless TribuCast™ personalization, including:

  • Interests and hobbies
  • Photos
  • Memories
  • Family lineage and history
  • Service details and program
  • Obituary
  • Donation opportunities

TribuCast™ uses discreet equipment making it very unobtrusive to those attending in person.

Your funeral home can help you personalize your TribuCast™ so that it fully captures the spirit and interests of your loved one.

Please speak with your funeral director to learn more about the importance of adding TribuCast™ to your service.

“When it’s important to hold a funeral or memorial service, it’s important to tribucast it.”

Funeral Directors

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