Mass on the Border in Nogales Arizona April 1, 2014


On April 1, 2014, Catholic Bishops prayed for  immigration reform and for those who  died trying to cross the border.  The service was led by His Eminence Sean Cardinal O’Malley.  The bishops commemorated the deaths of migrants in the U.S. desert and prayed for immigration reform.  A press conference followed.

Justice for Immigrants  contacted Beyond VideoBeyond Video with Velocity Streaming live streamed the entire event as well as the press conference.

Here are links to highlights of the mass.  Click here to view the short version.  Click here to view the longer highlight version.

Here are a few pictures of the event and our team.

Annyce & Glen Meiners @ Beyond Video and Dan Cording @ Velocity Streaming

Annyce & Glen Meiners @ Beyond Video and Dan Cording @ Velocity Streaming

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Our Team

Our Team after the big event.





A Live Broad-casted Wedding at The Tucson Botanical Gardens~Tucson AZ


Cassie & Danny tied the knot on October 19, 2012 at the picturesque Tucson Botanical Gardens. We had the pleasure of working with Susan Cross who performed the ceremony.  Cassie wanted her grandparents and relatives who weren’t able to attend to be apart of her special day.  We live broad-casted their wedding so they could be apart of the day too.   It was important for her grandparents to see her walking down the aisle so Cassie placed us right up front.  It was a magical time for all especially when the guests blew kisses to Cassie and Danny.

Here’s a highlight:

New Website Launch~ Giveaway

We are so thrilled with the launch of our website.

When you browse through our new website, you will get a good idea of what we do and how we might work together with you on a project.
To say thank you for exploring our new website, we’ll enter you into our drawing. All you need to do is check out our site and send an email letting us know what you like about the site.

We’ll be drawing a winner the first week of December 2011 so make sure your voice is heard.

Thanks for taking the time to read this and checking us out.

A special thanks to Heather & Eric Brempell of BEssential for understand and creating our vision.

More pictures from Live Streaming a Wedding

Here are more pictures of what friends were doing when Lorraine & Ramon were getting married in Tucson, AZ.

A party of friends watching the ceremony.

Enjoying the party from home.


Wedding Live Streamed

Last year we streamed a wedding for a couple that was living in Yemen.  Lorraine has family in Tucson so she & Ramon decided this was where they wanted to get married.  Ramon being from New Zealand and the both of them having lived in many countires thought by having their wedding streamed across the continents more friends and family could be apart of their special day.

Hard to belive these friends were thousands of miles away.

We were able to live stream their wedding for them.  Since for some folks it was the middle of the night they were able to view the wedding at their leisure.  Their was a guestbook and live chat as part of their streaming package.

Here is a picture of what some of the guests were doing & where they were  the day of the wedding.  More pictures to follow!

How many weddings have you been to where you don't have to leave home?