3 ways to stream movies and TV for free through your local library

3 ways to stream movies and TV for free through your local library

The library is always a handy spot for borrowing books, magazines, and music, both physical and electronic. You can also borrow DVDs from your local branch, but did you know you can also borrow, stream, and watch videos through many library systems on your computer, phone, tablet, or other device through dedicated apps?

The first step, of course, is to have a valid library card for your local branch or county library system. Then find out which apps your library supports—like OverDrive, Hoopla, and Kanopy—and download them so you can start streaming from the available video library. Here’s how to use these services. Read more…

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