Wednesday, February 26, 2014
The Westport Library has announced two new services which allow Westport Library cardholders free access to thousands of popular movies, TV shows, videos and albums.
The titles, from major Hollywood studios, record companies and publishers, are now available for instant streaming or temporary downloading to smart phones, tablets and computers, an announcement said.
Users can gain access without waits to titles like “The Office,” “To Kill a Mockingbird,” “Pride & Prejudice” (2005), the soundtrack for “Frozen” (2013), “The Dark Side of the Moon,” and many more, the library said.
The service called Hoopla offers full-length streaming content. Users can borrow movies, videos and TV shows for three days, albums for seven days and audiobooks for 21 days, the announcement said.
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