Magazines & Newspapers

Magazines & Newspapers


Borrow and read magazines on your computer or digital device using Flipster. You are able to read magazines through the browser on your desktop, laptop, or smartphone. All you need to do is enter your Shreve Memorial Library card number. When you choose your library, make sure to pick "Shreve Memorial Library System."

Magazines can be borrowed on your phone or tablet using the Flipster app. The app is available for iPads, iPhones, Android phones and tablets, and Kindle Fire HD devices. If you have questions about using Flipster, click here.

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Shreve Memorial Library recently expanded its online OverDrive collection to include more than 4,500 popular magazines, all supplied by ZINIO. Shreve Memorial Library patrons are now able to download digital copies of some of their favorite magazines along with ebooks and audiobooks on any device at any time through the Libby app. Digital magazines are instantly available and have no waitlists or holds. 

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ProQuest SuperNewsstand

If you want to access recent articles from The Shreveport Times, visit ProQuest SuperNewsstand on the State Library Databases page. This resource enables you to search recent regional news content, as well as archives back to the 1980s. It features newspapers, newswires, and news sites from Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. 

ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Louisiana Collection

Unearth Louisiana’s past through local and national news with Louisiana’s historical state newspapers with ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Louisiana Collection. Readers will find coverage on state politics and legislation, school board meetings, local businesses and culture, zoning board meetings, as well as historical events. This database contains access to The Shreveport Times (1871-2009), The Daily Advertiser (1914–Present), The Daily World (1939-Present), The News Star (2001–Present), and The Town Talk (1883-Present).

Free Local Newspapers

The State Library Databases page also has a site filled with free newspapers from Louisiana and other states