Free online streaming movies now available through Chattahoochee Valley Libraries

September 19, 2013 

The Chattahoochee Valley Libraries, in partnership with RBdigital from Recorded Books of Prince Frederick, Md., has launched IndieFlix for Libraries, an online streaming service provider of award-winning independent films, shorts and documentaries from around the world.

Through the Library's website, www.cvlga.org, patrons of the Chattahoochee Valley Libraries have unlimited access to thousands of free streaming film-festival hits, including the best of Sundance, Cannes and Tribeca. IndieFlix is available on Apple, Android and all Internet-enabled devices. Patrons also can watch films on TV with their Roku or Xbox devices.

IndieFlix for Libraries joins a growing collection of free online media now available to library card holders. These include OneClickDigital audio books, Zinio (which features thousands of interactive online magazines) and Freegal music service, plus e-books.

For more information about IndieFlix and the complete line of free media available for your Internet-enabled device, or for information about how to set up your device, call the library system's headquarters at 706-243-2669.

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