Thursday, November 09, 2017

Kansas City Public Library Streaming Content And The End Of Cable TV



The local LR blog features an important hot take on new tech employed by the library . . .

Kanopy: Cord Cutting with Help from the Library

Even better, viewers can access the service without visiting their neighborhood hobo hangout during the exceptionally desperate colder months.

You decide . . .

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Holy shit, that's actually not a bad idea, especially since the public library has had movies for years and they don't rotate them out unlike Netflix or Hulu.

Anonymous said...

It's pretty great what libraries offer. KCKPL offers Kanopy and Hoopla. Both of those have streaming movies .... ecommunity.kckpl.org

Anonymous said...

You mean there are still people subscribing to Cable TV?

Anonymous said...

Yep, just like there are still rubes out there listening to terrestrial radio morning zoo shows.

Unbelievable but true.

Anonymous said...

Regarding the "rubes":

And then again, there are folks out there who are fucking stupid enough to buy $1,000 cell phones so they won't ever be separated from their BFFs, and have to stand on their own two feet, sometimes ALONE!
What a loser generation! Existing in this bullshit hip hop society only because someone else paid the ultimate price.

Anonymous said...

KC MO library has the best options in the area. More options and checkouts.
http://www.kclibrary.org/movies-tv/streaming