Library adds digital magazines to collection

SEGUIN, Texas – The Seguin Public Library in partnership with Recorded Books is pleased to announce the availability of digital magazine service Zinio for Libraries.

Zinio features full-color, digital editions for instant desktop reading, mobile streaming, and mobile-app download. Patrons are able to select both new and back issues, adding them to personal reading libraries with no holds, no checkout periods, and no limits to the number of magazines checked out and downloaded. And with personal notifications for their favorite magazines, patrons never miss an issue!

“We are very excited to offer this service to the community.  Zinio offers popular digital magazines. We think this will be incredibly popular with our patrons and will help the library in marketing all its services to the community,” said Assistant Library Director, Silvia Christy.

Esquire, Newsweek, Cosmopolitan, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, Popular Science, Glamour, Rolling Stone, Reader’s Digest and National Geographic are just a few of the popular titles available.

For additional information call (830) 401-2422 or visit the Library webpage at  Please see a library staff member for more information on how to access this service.  The Library is located at 313 W Nolte St. Seguin, TX 78155.  ###

 About Recorded Books, Inc.
Recorded Books is the largest independent publisher of unabridged audiobooks and provider of digital media to consumer, retail, professional, school, library and infotainment markets. The company owns an exclusive catalog of more than 27,000 audiobook titles narrated by professional, award-winning actors. Recorded Books also provides digital audiobooks and eBooks, as well as other compelling third-party content, including digital magazines and films. The company operates in the United Kingdom through its W. F. Howes subsidiary and in Australia through its Wavesound subsidiary. Recorded Books was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in Prince Frederick, MD. For more information, visit