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Really Simple Syndication (RSS): Podcasts

This guide provides an overview of RSS technology, a method of streaming customized information.


As more and more people conitnue to watch video online, publishers are increasingly offering RSS feeds to their productions. As can be expected, there is more than one method to see what is available.

Podcasts are episodic programs delivered via the Internet using the RSS protocol. As such, you are able to track podcasts using RSS technology, and the podcast's RSS feed can be enetered directly into your feed reader. Here are a few example of websites providing podcasts:

The following link provides instructions on tracking tags and users on Google's YouTube.

A feed for any podcast can be entered directly into i-Tunes. Each updated podcast can then easily be transferred to your cell phone, i-Pod or other listening device.


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