Digital newstand service available at libraries

By the Tri-City HeraldJanuary 3, 2013 

Patrons of the Mid-Columbia Libraries and Richland Public Library now have access to dozens of popular magazines through their new digital newstand service Zinio.

The magazines can be downloaded to a number of internet-enabled devices, from Kindles to iPads to desktop computers. There is no wait list to view the magazines and no holds, and the service does not cost patrons anything to use.

One hundred titles are available to Mid-Columbia Libraries patrons while 94 magazines will be available through the Richland Public Library.

To learn more about the service and to sign up, go to www.midcolumbialibraries.org or www.richland.lib.wa.us.

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