Illinois: Chicago Public Library and Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) Announce New Partnership (CPL on CTA)
From CBS Chicago:
Mayor Emanuel announced Sunday a new partnership between Chicago Transit Authority and Chicago Public Library. WBBM’s Michele Fiore reports.
The partnership will offer riders access to Chicago-based content free of charge. The content includes e-books by Chicago authors and blog posts about the city.
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UPDATED: Video About CPL/CTA Project (via Chicago Tribune)
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