Monday, November 24, 2014

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What are RSS feeds?

Program summaries, news, links to new programs and transcripts are all available through PBS RSS feeds. RSS feeds use technology that allows you to subscribe to information and have it delivered to you on a regular basis using a feed reader. Feeds can also be viewed without subscribing using most modern web browsers.

How do I subscribe?

Since RSS feeds use different technology than regular web pages, they are best viewed using special software called “feed readers.” Many feed reader software programs and services exist, but they all allow you to add feeds by copying and pasting the feed address, which can be found for each feed on this page.

RSS Feed Readers

The following is a list of popular feed reader software and services for your consideration (please note that LPB does not endorse or support any particular software program or service):

For Windows

  • Awasu
  • Attensa
  • FeedDemon
  • Mozilla Thunderbird

For Mac

  • Apple Mail
  • NetNewsWire
  • NewsFire
  • Vienna

For Linux

  • Amphetadesk
  • Liferea
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Mozilla Thunderbird

Web Services

  • Bloglines
  • iGoogle
  • MyYahoo!
  • Netvibes
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