Read eNewspapers

Read digital versions of newspapers for free.

The eNewspaper service, PressReader, provides over 7,000 UK and international digital newspapers and magazines for free. Publications are from over 100 countries and in 60 languages.

Articles can be translated into 18 languages and you can listen to the news by using the audio narration function.

For mobile devices including tablets, smartphones and Kindle Fires

  • Download the free PressReader app from your App Store.
  • Select 'Sign in' in the app.
  • Select the yellow library card icon, then enter West Sussex in the search box to select your library authority.
  • Enter your library card number.

For Laptops, PCs and Macs

  • Select 'Sign in' on the PressReader website.
  • Select the library or group option then enter West Sussex in the search box to select your library authority.
  • Enter your library card number.

A pop up will confirm that you can read newspapers online or download them to read offline free of charge for 30 days on your device.

At the end of the 30 days, simply sign out and back in again with your library card number to reactivate your free access for a further 30 days. Reactivate as many times as you wish! This applies to both laptop and smart device access.

How to access PressReader

Select the link below.

Read eNewspapers

(Library by PressReader)

Any questions?

If you would like help or support using our eNewspapers, email library.digital@westsussex.gov.uk with your telephone number and a brief description of the help needed and we will get in touch as soon as we can.

Supporting information

If you need further help please email pressreader@wfhowes.co.uk.

 
Last updated:
22 October 2020
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