I deliberately hadn't even mentioned that, but yes. I don't know about Brooklyn and Queens, but when NYPL added Kanopy, they were moving towards buying fewer physical DVDs and trying to provide as much nonprint content as possible through downloads, which they hoped to provide through Kanopy and perhaps other services. Significantly they never added Hoopla, which I think a lot of you get through your libraries in other parts of the country. These services charges on the number of users and the fee must be high enough that not just NYPL (Manhattan, Bronx, Staten Island) but also Brooklyn and Queens have not adopted it. The Kanopy service gradually began to provide less content (for example, they lost all but the top 75 IIRC Criterion titles soon after contracting with NYPL (because Criterion was beginning to try to set up its own streaming service - which initially was Filmstruck, in conjunction with TCM. That is now DOA and they're again attempting to start their own streaming service.
The whole current war between different streaming services for movies and TV will involve a lot more carnage before the new normal is established.