Video Streaming Service Meets Library Patrons’ Multiple Needs for Entertainment, Research, and More

Many public libraries have struggled to support their patrons’ needs with remote access to services during the pandemic.

 

Many public libraries have struggled to support their patrons’ needs with remote access to services during the pandemic. But in Ocean County, New Jersey, the library’s 600,000-plus members have enjoyed unlimited access to more than 28,000 hours of carefully curated streaming video content available on any device through a service called Access Video On Demand, from Infobase.

 

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