OverDrive introduces video library
— reported by Crain’s Cleveland Business
The Denver Public Library is pioneering library use of video download technology of OverDrive Inc. in Valley View.
The library today began offering free downloads of videos that can’t be copied so that its patrons can access a range of films from the Academy Award-nominated Imax movie “The Living Sea,” narrated by Meryl Streep and featuring songs and music by Sting, to cult classics such as “The Endless Summer.” Plus, OverDrive Video offers concerts, educational materials and television shows.
The same service will be coming to Northeast Ohio libraries, too, said Loree Potash, a company spokeswoman.
Users will enjoy another perk: no late fees.
OverDrive videos automatically reset themselves in the library catalog when due.
Oooohh.. aaaahhhhhh… I wonder when Houston area libraries will get this?