We love nothing more than to talk your ear off about why Epilogg is ushering in a new era of obituaries. Writing an obituary is so often just another stressful and expensive task in a long line of stressful and expensive tasks after someone dies. Let Epilogg cross that one task off your list. It’s a free obituary platform for all, no matter the size of your wallet. Unlimited stories, unlimited photos, easy sharing, all for free. #Boom. Done.
So — we are super thrilled that Epilogg is making its way into the news, inspiring more and more people every day to tell the story of a loved one after they die. See ya, expensive tiny obituaries!
Here’s a sampling of some recent press about Epilogg. Are we blushing? Nah, that’s just springtime sun exposure and burpees.
Superstar reporter Kevyn Burger shines a light on the way obituaries are adapting to trends such as geographic distance in families, and news deserts across the country. Kevyn’s article is so good and smart, it got picked up by these other awesome news sites!
Wisconsin News: https://darik.news/wisconsin/online-obits-serve-a-transient-society-and-communities-in-the-news-desert/202202513436.html
Nina Heller featured Epilogg’s partnership with PioneerPBS in the online journal, Current. Current is a nonprofit news organization covering public media in the U.S for professionals in the industry. Leaders and staff at NPR, PBS, CPB, public radio and TV stations, independent producers, board members, and national policymakers rely on Current for information, inspiration and insights.
And we CANNOT forget our radio interviews!
Our first and sweetest media partnership, WTIP Radio, in lovely Grand Marais, MN, featured their partnership with Epilogg in this interview with co-founder Mary McGreevy: https://soundcloud.com/wtip-community-radio/epilogg-mary-mcgreevy-12-01-20
And one of our favorite, joy-spreading radio personalities, Laura Oakes, interviewed Mary for her Good News show on WCCO Radio.
We’re not shy, so bring on more sunlight, more Epiloggs, more stories saved, more families remembering the little quirks, the big stories, and the “so them” moments that wouldn’t fit into a traditional obituary.
p.s. This Epilogg shows you how to capture the real essence of someone. For free. Meet Patricia. https://create.epilogg.com/epilogg/view/2955