Coshocton Library announces hoopla

| July 20, 2018

COSHOCTON – Coshocton Public Library is excited to introduce hoopla, a brand new, revolutionary library lending service that launched July 25. Patrons can now borrow thousands of videos, TV shows, music albums, e-books, and audio books right from a smartphone, tablet or web browser. Hoopla allows Coshocton library card holders to use their library account to electronically borrow and access digital content from any compatible device. Using cloud computing, patrons can borrow titles using a home computer, begin watching on a tablet, and resume using a smartphone, anywhere there’s an internet connection.

Unlike other streaming audio and video services, patrons do not pay a monthly subscription fee, making hoopla the first app of its kind. The app is designed for users of all ages and skill levels, and is as easy to navigate as the library shelves. Best of all, with mobile devices, hoopla allows you to take the library with you wherever you go.

Patrons will enjoy access to over 300,000 videos and music albums, and to borrow books instantly, no waiting. Simply find a title, click “Borrow,” and watch, read or listen wherever you are. When your lending period expires, titles are automatically removed from your library, making late fees a thing of the past.

Hoopla was designed and published by Midwest Tape, LLC. Midwest Tape has been a leader in library media service for over 25 years. For more information, call the library, 740-622-0956, or visit hoopla at your app store.

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