Boulder Public Library Cards to Provide Free Access to Newspapers and Magazines
Boulder Public Library cards to provide free access to newspapers and magazines
The Boulder Public Library will now offer patrons free online access to the Boulder Daily Camera, New York Times, and scores of other newspapers and magazines.
The annual digital subscriptions are funded by the library’s collection funds and purchased directly from library vendors and publishers in addition to books, CDs, DVDs, and printed magazines and newspapers.
New York Times access codes expire after 72 hours, though new codes may be obtained as needed from the library’s website to provide continuous access. Online access to The Times is also available directly from library computers.
Daily Camera access allows patrons to search and browse issues from 1978 to today but does not provide complete digital replicas of the newspaper. Advertisements, photographs, graphics and wire service articles are excluded.
“These subscriptions put topnotch and reliable news and information sources in the hands of all residents, with convenient 24/7 access on any device with an internet connection and without the extra expense of a personal subscription,” said Boulder Public Library Community Engagement & Enrichment Manager Aspen Walker. “This convenient and affordable access to newspapers and magazine supplements Boulder Public Library’s eCollections, which include eBooks, audiobooks, movies, music and research databases. Patrons can enjoy anytime access to education and entertainment at BoulderLibrary.org.”
To get started today, visit www.BoulderLibrary.org and click on “Download & Stream”, call 303-441-3100 or visit your local branch.
Posted: Nov. 8, 2018
Aspen Walker, Community Engagement & Enrichment Manager, 303-441-4140
Patrick von Keyserling, Media Relations, 303-441-4959