Duluth Public Library is offering a streaming service to users on January 1


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Duluth Public Library announced Monday it will add a streaming service with access to nearly one million titles of audiobooks, e-books, comics, music, movies and TV shows.

The service, Hoopla Digital, will start on January 1.

“With Hoopla Digital, users can instantly borrow, stream, and download dynamic content with a valid library card,” said a press release from the library.

Users must have a library card and will need a library card number and PIN to log in. Users access the service on hoopladigital.com or by downloading a Hoopla Digital app for Apple, Android, AppleTV, Chromecast or Roku devices.

“We are delighted to add this streaming service to the Duluth Public Library’s digital offerings, with funding from the Duluth Library Foundation,” said Director Carla Powers. “With a few clicks, library patrons can borrow music, movies, audiobooks (or) graphic novels. It’s easy (and) convenient.”

Hoopla Digital operates using a model that allows patrons to borrow content immediately, “removing availability constraints and maximizing the power of digital content and Internet distribution,” according to a press release from the library.

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