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Hoopla: a New Online Streaming Service from the WSPL

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The Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library is excited to bring you hoopla, an online streaming platform that allows you to instantly borrow movies, TV shows, music, audiobooks, eBooks, and comics FREE with your Library card. No wait times for your next title, all content is available on demand.

Sign up in 3 easy steps

  1. Download the hoopla app or go to hoopladigital.com
  2. Login with your Library card.
  3. Borrow and Enjoy!

Borrow up to 10 titles a month with a valid Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library Card. Stream through your computer browser or access through the hoopla app for your smart TV, laptop, tablet, or phone. If you use the mobile app, you can download titles to your device for offline playback, where Wi-Fi may be unavailable.  All titles are returned and removed from your device at the end of the lending period.

With hundreds of thousands of titles to choose from, we know your family is bound to find something to love in hoopla – so much that you may even cancel your paid streaming services!

Don’t have your WSPL library card yet? Register here for your virtual or physical card and start streaming with hoopla.

Visit wsplibray.ca/hoopla to learn more and start streaming!

Having trouble logging in? Email info@wsplibrary.ca or call 905-642-READ (7323) for troubleshooting help.

Jeff Bennett
Coordinator of Digital Services

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