The 'I Will Always Love You' singer's estate struck up an undercover deal with media outlets for access to her 'home-going' ceremony in New Jersey on Saturday (February 18).
A live feed of the service was made available to a number of providers by The AP, but all were forced to pull the video after 24 hours.
A representative for the Houston family confirmed to TMZ that they "agreed to license footage to several media outlets" for "customary fees", which will "help maximise the estate for the benefit of Bobbi Kristina".
The 18-year-old, whose father is Houston's ex-husband Bobby Brown, was briefly hospitalised in the week between her mother's death and the funeral after reportedly suffering a "complete breakdown".
Houston's funeral featured eulogies from the likes of Kevin Costner, Clive Davis and Tyler Perry, while Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys and R Kelly were among the performers.
The 48-year-old singer was laid to rest at a cemetery in New Jersey on Sunday (February 19).
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Watch Whitney Houston in the video for 'I Will Always Love You' below: