Hoopla (digital media service)
Subscriptions through public libraries enable patrons to "borrow" (in other words, have temporary access to) audiobooks, comics, ebooks, movies, music, and television shows online. The library pays a fee but library patrons get the service at no extra charge. Hoopla offers associated apps for Android and iOS devices.
Hoopla's parent company, Midwest Tape LLC, is a library vendor of audiobooks, CDs, DVDs, and other media co-founded by Jeff Jankowski. Midwest Tape began business in 1989; its president as of 2012 is John Eldred.
- "Netflix-style on demand streaming movies, TV & audio coming to the Los Angeles Public Library", 89.3 KPCC (Southern California Public Radio), March 5, 2013
- "Reviews: Beta Testers Weigh In On Hoopla", Library Journal, April 29, 2013
- "Borrow free digital video, music, and audiobooks with your library card". hoopladigital.com. Retrieved December 14, 2013.
- "Magazines, movies and more". Holland Sentinel. December 6, 2013.
- Enis, Matt (May 21, 2015). "hoopla Adds Ebooks and Comics, Develops "Action View" Technology for App". Library Journal.
- "Holland firm repacks, sells DVDs, CDs, audio books", Toledo Blade, May 20, 2012
- "Midwest Tape". Toledo, Ohio: Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce.
- Official website
- "Midwest Tape Launches Hoopla Pilot for Pay-Per-Circ Streaming Media". Digital Shift. Media Source. March 4, 2013.
- "Buyers Guide: Midwest Tape", American Libraries (American Library Association)
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