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Amazon and Audiobooks.com sell digital audio books online, while volunteer organizations such as Project Gutenberg and LibriVox offer free audio books in public domain on their websites. Google and Apple dedicate a section to both free and paid audio books in their mobile marketplaces as of 2015.

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Free audio books are available from organizations such as LibriVox, Lit2Go and Internet Archive. Books at these organizations are in the public domain and narrated by volunteers. Audible, an Amazon company, provides a free audio book if you sign up for a paid membership. These include bestsellers an

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Some types of audio systems include Hi-Fi music systems, wireless music systems and MP3 docking systems. Other examples include home theater systems, portable music systems, and CD or radio cassette players.

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It is possible for people to check out electronic editions of books on the Internet using their library card or joining a free library site like Open Library. Local libraries have online catalogs that include certain titles available for download onto a computer or mobile device.

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As of 2015, Podiobooks.com and LearnOutLoud.com are two websites that offer free podcasts of audio books. Whereas Podiobooks.com focuses on serialized fiction books, LearnOutLoud.com's podcasts primarily provide educational audio books.

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YouTube is the largest online video sharing platform. Users create accounts and upload videos. Most of the content is free; however, there are channels that charge a fee for streaming movies and showing live events.

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Not all videos on YouTube are free. User-generated content is generally free to watch, but there is a fee to watch some videos on the website; many movies and television shows can be streamed on the site for a price.

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Some free picture libraries are FreeDigitalPhotos.net, FreeImages.net, Pixabay.com and FreePhotosBank.com. Users can also use Flickr images for free, as long as the image has a Creative Commons license.

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YouTube offers free movies on its verified movies channel. YouTube created the channel in 2005, and it has over 18.5 million subscribers, as of September 2015. The channel offers free movies in a variety of genres, including comedy, drama, family, romance and world cinema.

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Free movies are available on YouTube's official Movies channel. The Free Movies sub-channel features films from a variety of different genres. Many of the free movies are low budget or belong to the public domain. YouTube offers free foreign films as well under its featured World Cinema channel. You