[Greater-baltimore] FW: READER'S DIGEST AND NEWSWEEK
Melissa Ann Riccobono
melissa at riccobono.us
Mon Aug 26 21:11:17 UTC 2013
From: Mollyne Honor [mailto:mrhonor at LBPH.LIB.MD.US]
Sent: Monday, August 26, 2013 8:35 AM
To: LBPH_INFO-L at LISTSRV.MSDE.STATE.MD.US
Subject: READER'S DIGEST AND NEWSWEEK
The American Printing House for the Blind is proud to offer free
downloadable editions of Reader's DigestR and NewsweekR to eligible readers
who are blind and visually impaired.
We continue to offer other accessible editions of Reader's DigestR,
NewsweekR free of charge. If you would like more information about these
editions, please visit magazine subscriptions
Who is Eligible to Download Newsweek and Reader's Digest in DTB Format?
Patrons of the National Library Service (NLS) are eligible to download
Reader's Digest and Newsweek in Digital Talking Book (DTB) format. If you
are not a patron, visit the NLS website at http://www.loc.gov/nls and follow
the instructions there.
What Player is Needed?
To play downloadable magazines, you must have a Digital Talking Book player
that has been authorized by NLS. In addition, you must have a computer from
which to download the magazines.
Computers and commercial mp3 players will not play these magazines. The
magazines are encrypted to protect the content from unauthorized use.
If you are using the NLS player, you must also have either a flash drive or
a blank NLS cartridge and a cable to connect that cartridge to the computer.
(Both blank cartridges
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