WCAX-TV is happy to announce that you can now get headlines from WCAX.com using RSS! So what is RSS?
RSS stands for 'Really Simple Syndication' and has many benefits. Here are just a few:
It gives you easy access to our web content.
It gives you total control over the information you want to view.
It will allow you to see what stories have been added to the site recently or updated from one location.
All you need is an RSS Reader, which you can download for free! There are several readers available and we recommend using RSS Reader found using the links below: (Note: At this time, you cannot view the RSS feed in Internet Explorer.)
There are also web-based RSS readers that you can log onto so that you do not have to load any software onto your computer. These work well too. One of the leading ones can be found at: http://www.bloglines.com
Once you download the reader of your choice, you will have to subscribe to our feeds. Listed below are the URL's you will use to subscribe to our content. Please note, there is NO fee for subscribing to RSS Feeds, it is simply a term used by the readers.
To subscribe to content from WCAX.com in your reader, copy and paste the following URLs into the search area of the RSS reader. Once selected, you will automatically be updated whenever new content is added to our website.
We hope that you will find RSS to be a useful way to get your news content. Thank you for your interest in WCAX.com and remember that there are a number of free RSS readers out there. Chose the one that works best for you.
*Before you begin, there are plenty of informative websites that will educate you on RSS usage and implementation. If you do not know where to begin, a simple search on your favorite browser should yield good results. At this time, WCAX-TV and WCAX.com are not able to offer technical support other than what has already been stated.
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