Here's How You Can Stream Movies and TV With Your Brampton Library Card
It's no secret that a Brampton Library card is a major key in our city!
A Brampton Library card can get you free access to a ton of goodies, including free eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and eNewspapers, and even lynda.com, a goldmine for instructional videos by experts.
You can even get access to 3D printers using your incredible library card! And, you can download music for free.
Now, Brampton Library has officially launched free video streaming for library cardholders.
It’s pretty awesome - according to Brampton Library, you can access more than 30,000 films with the new platform, called Kanopy. There’s also Kanopy Kids.
Through Kanopy, you can watch an array of videos, from documentaries, to independent, foreign, classic and feature films and TV series.
"Now everyone with a Brampton Library card can enjoy free movies and TV, in addition to our already popular digital downloads of eBooks, music, eMagazines and newspapers from many countries, online courses and more, free with their membership," said Rebecca Raven, CEO, Brampton Library, in a recent statement.
There are a few ways you can access Kanopy.
First, you can visit any of Brampton Library’s seven branches for help learning what Kanopy does.
Cardholders can click the link and start streaming instantly on iOS, Android, Fire HD, Apple TV, Roku, or even via Chromecast
It’s basically a Brampton Library cardholder’s free version of Netflix. And it has a ton of big-name titles.
“Log on with your library membership and enjoy our diverse catalogue with new titles added every month,” reads Brampton Library’s recent statement.
So if you’re looking to watch something new on your device, grab your Brampton Library card and fire up Kanopy. You might find something you like!
Happy streaming, Brampton.
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