June 19, 2018

Unique, Unlimited Streaming Video for Your Library Patrons

Presented by: Recorded Books & Library Journal
Event Date & Time: Thursday, March 1st, 2018, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PT

Recorded Books recently launched a streaming video service that allows your library patrons to binge-watch their favorite shows without breaking the library’s budget. Now, your patrons can get unlimited access to all shows—not just a single show at a time. Initial services include Acorn TV® (the best in British TV) and four other offerings—with additional services coming soon.

In this free webinar, you’ll hear library industry veterans Jim Schmidt and Brad Gray explain Recorded Books’ innovative streaming video offering, and how it differs from any other services offered to libraries today.

What You’ll Learn:

Unlimited streaming video access—your patrons can watch all the shows they want
Extremely low cost—4+ times the content for the same price as other vendors
Wide range of streaming video services—including Acorn TV
Add to your collection efficiently—you only pay for usage


  • Brad Gray – Solutions Engineer, Recorded Books
  • Jim Schmidt – Vice President of Sales and Business Development, Recorded Books


  • Rebecca JozwiakLibrary Journal

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