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New Online Streaming Video, NYT News, and Investment Information
5/2/2019
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New Online Streaming Video, NYT News, and Investment Information

 

CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Fla. (May 2, 2019) – The Charlotte County Library System has added Kanopy, New York Times Online, Morningstar, and Value Line Online to its online offerings. These resources are available to anyone with a Charlotte County library card and may be accessed anywhere.

Kanopy offers more than 30,000 films including feature films, documentaries, foreign language films and training videos from producers including PBS, BBC, The Criterion Collection, The Great Courses and thousands of independent filmmakers. Films can be streamed through your web browser or by downloading the Kanopy mobile app for iOS, Android, AppleTV, Roku or Chromecast. All films come with public performance rights. Library patrons will be able to checkout eight titles per month.

New York Times Online provides full access to New York Times and International New York Times articles and content, including breaking news, multimedia, reviews and opinion, blogs, and videos.

Morningstar is a tool for collecting financial information, getting reliable portfolio analysis, learning about investment options and getting the most up-to-date financial news commentary. Morningstar is limited to two simultaneous users.

Value Line Online is an investment resource that includes the content found in the Investment Survey + Small/Mid Cap . Value Line Online is limited to three simultaneous users.

For more information, contact Michele Duddie at 941-613-3186 or Michele.Duddie@CharlotteCountyFL.gov.

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