San Juan Island Library adds content streaming service, HOOPLa Digital

Submitted by San Juan Island Library.

The popular on-demand film streaming service hoopla digital is now available for free at the San Juan Island Library. Library cardholders can access over 950,000 titles (audiobooks, eBooks, comics, music, movies, and TV). Content can be streamed from any computer, television, mobile device, or platform by downloading the hoopla digital app for iOS, Android, AppleTV, Chromecast, or Roku.

Hoopla digital has pioneered a unique model that allows patrons to borrow content immediately, removing artificial availability constraints and maximizing the power of digital content and Internet distribution. Technologically, hoopla digital focuses on the latest browser, phone, tablet, and TV products to deliver the best possible experience to each user – the public library patron.

“We’re thrilled to offer hoopla to our patrons,” remarks Assistant Director, Rowan Buckton. “In addition to welcoming back streaming Acorn TV access, hoopla vastly expands patrons’ access to music, audiobooks, graphic novels, and titles in over 83 languages—and all without waiting or holds!”

The hoopla digital collection includes Acorn TV, fan-favorite movies, newly released albums, New York Times bestselling titles, and exclusive STEAM educational content to enhance each user’s experience. SJIL patrons may borrow up to five titles per month. (Due to licensing, each television episode counts as one of five monthly borrows.)

About Hoopla digital

Hoopla digital is a category-creating service that partners with public libraries across North America to provide online and mobile access to thousands of Movies, TV Shows, Music, eBooks, Audiobooks, and Comics. With hoopla digital, patrons can borrow, instantly stream and download dynamic content with a valid library card. All content is accessible via hoopla digital’s mobile app and online at hoopla digital is a service of Midwest Tape – a trusted partner to public libraries for more than 30 years.

For more information visit or call the Library at (360) 378-2798.