The Dallas Public Library will reportedly begin offering digital downloads next week.
Dallas, Texas (WiredPRNews.com) – The Dallas Public Library is set to begin offering digital downloads. As reported by the Dallas Morning News, the library will offer electronic and audio books as well as music in their list of available online content, which will be made to patrons who have a valid library card and access to the Internet.
As noted in the report, a free software download is required in order to obtain access to the content. Sherri Lazenby, a spokeswoman for the Dallas library system, is quoted by the Dallas Morning News as stating of the digital content availability, “We expect it to be very popular… We have been getting a lot of e-mails from customers who have questions and want to know more about it.”
More information may be available at the Dallas Public Library website at http://dallaslibrary.org.
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