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The Fayetteville Public Library has expanded their digital check out services to offer patrons the opportunity to stream movies, television shows, and music online.
Patrons may check out up to eight items a month from hoopla. Videos may be checked out for three days, music for seven days, and e-books, audiobooks, and comic books can be checked out for 21 days.
Through Freegal, patrons can stream music for up to three hours per day through the service’s website or app. They may also download up to five free songs per week.
Both services, which allow patrons to access the materials at any time and from any location, require a valid library card.
To sign up for either service, library cardholders should visit faylib.org/downloadables.
In addition to these new offerings, the library already offers access to e-books, audiobooks, magazines, music, and video through a variety of existing services.
For more information about the library’s digital collections, contact Willow Fitzgibbon, director of library services, at 479-856-7210 or email@example.com.