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DCA adds British Library and Helsinki City to Medici.tv subscribers list

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DCA is delighted to be launching the Medici.tv service with The British Library. Starting in 2022, British Library cardholders will have unlimited access to over 3,500 musical works from the 1940s through to the present day, as well as over 150 live-streamed performances each year and 3,000 films including concerts, documentaries, opera, ballet and masterclasses – all in high definition.

‘The British Library joins Medici’s global subscriber base which includes prestigious public libraries such as Helsinki, City of London, Edinburgh City, Brighton, several Irish library authorities, and libraries throughout Cornwall and Lancashire. Medici have recently enhanced the lay-out and functionality of the site which offers a first-class experience for classical and jazz music lovers.’

Barney Allan, Founder, DCA London


Interest in online resources for leisure and relaxation has seen a huge increase over the past two years. As more people are affected by rising costs and financial insecurity, public libraries are becoming an essential source of entertainment and information.

Helsinki City’s Helmet Library system subscribed to Medici.tv in August and have seen strong
usage of the service. Tuija Kalke, Information Specialist, Helsinki City Library said: ‘Medici is a superior music video streaming service, a treasure trove of classical music with an enticing interface and top quality sound, vision and content. It is beautiful.’

For more information on what Medici.TV offers for your library, see here.

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