What is RSS?

What is RSS?

What is RSS?

RSS stands for really simple syndication (among other definitions) and is a format for syndicating news and other content. Most publishers today, including virtually all top newspapers, magazines and websites, enable their readers to grab headlines or full text articles via RSS feeds, which retrieve updates automatically. Using RSS, порно ролики readers can have headlines or other content from favorite sites automatically shipped to special web pages or into email inboxes using RSS news readers or aggregators, most of which are free.

How do I use RSS?

To use RSS, you need a special news reader or aggregator that will allow you to specify, collect and display RSS feeds. Using these readers, you can let the web come to you, instead of searching the web, by having the content sent directly to one place, either your inbox or a special web page.

There are dozens of RSS news readers or aggregators available, and we recommend that you search Google to find out about the latest readers. In the meantime, listed below are some popular RSS readers. Just click on the link to find out how more about the reader and how to install it.

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BI’s principal analyst is Cynthia Brumfield, who spent ten years as the Vice President of Research and Policy Analysis at the National Cable Television Association where she was responsible for tracking, analyzing and reporting upon media business and policy developments affecting the cable industry.
From 1996 to 1998, Ms. Brumfield served as a Senior Analyst for Paul Kagan Associates (PKA), a leading media research and analysis firm, where she wrote the monthly newsletters Cable TV Technology and Interactive Television. At PKA she also contributed to other publications, including Digital Television and Internet Media Investor., led successful seminars on Interactive Television and High Speed Data Access to the TV and PC and performed consulting work for top media clients.

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