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Free Streaming Video Resources from the Library

Free Streaming Video Resources from the Library

February 18, 2021

Online watching and listening are the new norm in our world! If you’re looking for a more cost-effective option than Netflix, Hulu, or Disney+, try the Library! Here are just a few of the free online streaming services you can access with your Library card:

  • Access Video on Demand – Whether you are a student, entrepreneur, job seeker, or simply enjoy movies and shows, this resource is for you. With hundreds of television episodes, movies, and educational videos, as well as an easy-to-search interface, this comprehensive video site is an ideal resource to learn something new. Access Video on Demand showcases independent films, theatrical performances, documentaries from popular television companies (HBO, BBC, PBS, and A&E), and more.
  • is the leading streaming service for classical music concerts, ballets, and operas. One of the unique touches of this site are the 100+ Master Classes offered for these artistic subjects by professionals and teachers. Additionally, the site continues to contribute more than 100 new videos each year, so the content stays fresh. If you’d like even more music concerts, dance performances, and documentaries, I’d suggest Dance in Video or  Classical Music in Video, which features over 20,000 hours of content.
  • Just for Kids Access Video – I can’t sing enough praises for this video site for young kids. If you want your kids to watch television that features some of their favorite characters, check it out. A branch-off of Access Video, this site gives kids and their grown-ups the ability to navigate a variety of topics for school as well as enjoy TV shows

Parents and educators will also appreciate TrueFlix and ScienceFlix for a variety of video episodes and topics.

Check out all of Mid-Continent Public Library’s resources for streaming videos, music, and movies for some fun and free experiences!

Andrew E.
Red Bridge Branch

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