I'm in TX, my father is in PA and my mother is in NJ.
My father is in the middle of nowhere and doesn't have a cell phone, has iffy wifi, and for some reason none of the video sites work on his computer, so I send him emails with pictures. Not the best option but it works!
Cell service sucks at my mom's house and her computer doesn't have a camera (I'm working on that lol) so I bought her and my step-father a digital picture frame this past Christmas (my baby boy was born in January) and they absolutely LOVE it! I got this specific one: PhotoSpring (16GB) 10-inch WiFi Cloud Digital Picture Frame - Battery, Touch-Screen, Plays Video and Photo Slideshows, HD IPS Display, iPhone & Android app (White - 15,000 Photos). It's $160 but totally worth it because you can download the app to your phone and upload pictures AND VIDEOS anywhere and anytime! It connects to wifi so it automatically loads the pictures, and then the receiving person can choose which ones to see on a regular bases (or set it to where only one shows) and can delete ones that they don't care for. It took me a lot of research to find one that wasn't super expensive that had those features. I was able to send my mom pictures and a video from baby's first Easter and when I called her an hour later, she had already looked at them. Does this replace being able to live video? No. But it is an awesome way to share these things with "older" grandparents (my parents are in their mid 60s).
Neither of my parents have met my baby yet and it's been so hard going through the pregnancy, birth, and postpartum stuff without my mom being here in-person. Living far away is super tough! I try to focus on the fact that at least I don't have to deal with them butting in on everything 😆