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Milwaukee library attracts new readers with viral TikToks

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The Milwaukee Public Library is home to more than 2.5 million books — but it’s their TikTok videos that are writing their next chapter. The pop-culture inspired videos from employees have become a hit, racking up millions of views. NBC's Jacob Soboroff reports for TODAY.