Getting Started With RSS Feeds




What is RSS?

RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" and enables CBS News and other content distributors to publish news feeds (stories, videos, and photos) on the Web that change throughout the day. RSS feeds enable people to keep up-to-date on the news from CBS and other publishers that interest them the most - as it happens.

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How does it work?

RSS is possible through a software language made for the Internet called "XML" - which stands for eXtensible Markup Language. XML is the engine. The RSS feed is the content. Your Internet browser or RSS Reader (sometimes called an aggregator) is the window into this content.

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How do I view RSS feeds?

CBS News offers a variety of RSS feeds. You can subscribe to any CBS News feed for FREE. Review the list, click on a button for or or to the right of each feed, and then follow the instructions for subscribing.

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If you're interested in Podcasting and RSS feeds, also check out our Podcast page, where you can listen, watch and subscribe to CBS News Podcasts.
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