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Are you tired of surfing through internet websites looking for the real news? Do you reach your monthly limit of Seattle Times articles long before the month is up? Would you like access to almost 11,000 newspapers, radio and television programs from around the world? If you answered yes to any of these questions, we have a solution! With a few mouse clicks you can have access to Newsbank through the library website. You can find transcripts from television news programs like 60 minutes and 48 hours, or from local channels like KOMO 4 Seattle-Tacoma. If you were listening to Hidden Brain on NPR in the car and didn’t get to hear the end of story, you can find it on Newsbank with a simple search. It’s also easy to create an alert on topics of interest and send them directly to your email box.
Call or email us for a user name and password then you can click on the Research tab and in the box on the right, just below Library Catalog search, you will find NewsBank. You only need to enter the username and password once, and you can access Newsbank anytime thereafter.
Broaden your horizons with news from around the world or around the neighborhood. Happy reading!
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