Have local news headlines delivered to your computer the moment they're uploaded. You no longer have to go look for the latest news update, it comes to your computer.
What is RSS?
RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, feeds are an easy way for you to keep updated on websites you like. Rather than going from website to website, you can have content aggregated for you in one place. In other words, the headlines of the site are sent to you, rather than you having to go surf through them several times a day. KSL now offers RSS feeds (or channels) for local news.
What tools do I need to use RSS?
To start using RSS, you need a special news reader or aggregator. This displays RSS information feeds from your chosen websites on your computer. Most news reader or aggregators are free of charge.
All you then have to do is choose which RSS feeds you want. For instance, an RSS feed of all the latest local news stories from KSL.
How Do I Get a News Reader?
There are a range of different News Readers available. Many are free to install. Some readers are stand-alone programs, while others work in programs you may already have, like your web browser or Microsoft Outlook.
Different News Readers work on different operating systems, so you will need to take this into account when you make your choice.
Once you have set up your news reader, you simply subscribe to the RSS content feeds you want.
In order to view some of the news reader programs available visit one of the two links below.
What are the benefits of using RSS?
RSS is an easy way for you to be alerted when content that interests you appears on your favorite Web sites. Instead of visiting a particular Web site to browse for new articles and features, RSS automatically tells you when something new is posted online.
How can I sign up to RSS feeds from kslradio.com?
To sign up for RSS feeds from kslradio.com, simply point your mouse at the XML icon below and right click on your mouse. Select "copy shortcut" and paste the information in the feed area of your particular news reader. You are instantly subscribed.