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Bibliotheca Unveils the biblio+ Streaming Service

Bibliotheca announced the following:

[On Oct. 12], Bibliotheca unveiled biblio+, a new streaming service for libraries and their patrons. … biblio+ is turning the library streaming model on its head by offering unlimited, ad-free streaming for one affordable subscription price. …

The biblio+ service was built from the ground up to deliver a top-notch, modern streaming experience on any device. biblio+ is now available from all major app stores, including Apple iOS and Apple TV, Android and Google Play, Amazon FireTV, and Roku. The catalogue includes a diverse range of groundbreaking film and captivating television, including critically-acclaimed documentaries, book-adjacent films and adaptations, popular and cult favorites, and more. New titles are being added regularly.

‘Whether libraries are starting from scratch, or looking to add to their current streaming offerings, biblio+ is an exciting new option,’ says Stephane [Richard, biblio+’s SVP of movie and streaming products]. ‘The unlimited viewing model opens up all kinds of possibilities for community outreach including curated watchlists, Library Movie Clubs, and Book to Movie discussion groups.’

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