My Dad was an average working man; but to our family and friends, he was much more. OB-TV's goal is to provide those from all walks of life a way to effectively articulate their loved one's life story in a special way. To produce a video that will store treasured memories for generations to come is a wonderful by-product of modern technology.
Asheville, North Carolina (PRWEB) August 21, 2008
Obituaries move further into the modern world of information technology this week with the launch of OB-TV, Obituary Television. Founded by veteran television executive, Stan Crumley, OB-TV is an Internet-based company that produces broadcast-quality videos as a tribute to persons who have died, whether recently or in years past.
OB-TV's technology is unique in that consumers do not have to be computer-savvy. Using an array of personal photographs and information supplied via OB-TV's "prompt sheet," the staff of professional producers, writers, editors, and announcers create a personalized, yet affordable, DVD tribute with photos, color, sound, graphics, and nationally-known voices as narrators. In addition to supplying the customer with DVD's for personal use and to share with others, OB-TV also makes the video available for viewing at its website, http://www.OB-TV.com.
Having managed television stations throughout the southeast for 30 years, Crumley knows the feelings that accompany the loss of a loved one: "When my father died, I wrote his obituary. All my years of access to TV news writers, editors, and producers didn't help me do justice to his life." Crumley continued, "My Dad was an average working man; but to our family and friends, he was much more. OB-TV's goal is to provide those from all walks of life a way to effectively articulate their loved one's life story in a special way. To produce a video that will store treasured memories for generations to come is a wonderful by-product of modern technology." No matter where you live OB-TV can produce an obituary-tribute, a perfect way to include those that could not attend the funeral services.
While not intended as a substitute for a newspaper obituary, DVD's can be produced within 24 to 48 hours, if requested for a funeral or memorial service. Otherwise, they are generally available within seven to ten days. Examples of obituary videos and other information can be found at http://www.OB-TV.com. "We understand the intense love and pride people wish to communicate when someone close passes away," said Crumley.
"Whether a loved one died yesterday or many years ago, OB-TV will help family and friends remember those they never want to forget."
Contact: http://www.OB-TV.com, 828-505-4870
Stan Crumley: SCRUMLEY @ OB-TV.COM
Deborah Potter: DPOTTER @ OB-TV.COM
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