| 12:44 pm on May 18, 2005 (gmt 0)|
there are plenty of those you will need to do google search for this
most news websites like
bbc all have rss feeds
just check them
| 12:58 pm on May 18, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Yahoo, BBC etc all provide feeds for personal use only, such as in a newsreader like NewsGator or FeedDemon.
If your going to use feeds for any other purpose other than personal use you'll need to use a service like Moreover, All Headline News, Yellowbrix or News Knowledge.
All Headline News does have a plans that let you do what you want, I am not sure about the others,
| 12:09 am on May 19, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Moreover, All Headline News, Yellowbrix
Personally won't recommend yellowbrix
so left with moreover and headline news are pretty similar, but I think moreover is more strong in terms of its tech background, as well as news sources.
another place, if you already know your industry, try topix.net
| 6:09 am on May 19, 2005 (gmt 0)|
I'm looking for RSS Feeds related to Entertainment industry in particular for Gaming, Lottery and Sports Sites.
| 6:11 am on May 19, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Also please suggest me some good sites for whitepaper on Consumer behavior of Entertainment Industry (free or paid-not too expensive once).
| 2:56 am on May 24, 2005 (gmt 0)|
I also posted an News RSS directory somewhere in this forum a while ago. Take a dig around.
| 6:49 am on May 24, 2005 (gmt 0)|
anyone can display any site's RSS feed. anyone can make their very own web based news reader.
personal use only. you must be joking...
| 2:00 am on Jun 21, 2005 (gmt 0)|
For news feeds you could try NotASearchEngine.com, you enter your query and it creates an RSS feed for you from it.
| 9:26 am on Jun 21, 2005 (gmt 0)|
thanks burner, will look into this and get back to you!
| 9:09 pm on Jun 21, 2005 (gmt 0)|
PRWeb.com (www.prweb.com) provides freee news feeds, and an extensive set of RSS links to work with.
They've also launched a very cool custom RSS feed service that allows any user to create their OWN keyworded RSS feed (they currently list 17,000 feeds available, but I believe the real number is unlimited).
Also, I believe the company is at Webmaster World this week, for those of you visiting. It might be good to go by the booth and speak with them about how to use their feeds, as well as PRWeb as an SEO resource (we've been using them for years).
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[edited by: tedster at 7:03 am (utc) on June 28, 2005]
| 11:05 pm on Jun 21, 2005 (gmt 0)|
PRweb and the others prnewswire, businesswire etc are all 100% marketing feeds.. Press releases as in "marketing".
Not exactly what most people consider editorial news or journalism. There is a big differnce.
| 11:46 pm on Jun 21, 2005 (gmt 0)|
<i><b>PRweb and the others prnewswire, businesswire etc are all 100% marketing feeds.. Press releases as in "marketing".
Not exactly what most people consider editorial news or journalism. There is a big differnce.</b></i>
ME: That's a very good point.
PRWeb (who is also syndicates their upper-end PR through PRNewswire) makes a point of differentiating between a Press Release, Public Relations content and News.
Though I find enough good content to view PRWeb's front page almost every day (and grab some RSS feeds for our blogs), I also find that REAL NEWS is actually limited by my preferences: I get into Business and technical content, while another is looking at sports scores.
So I absolutely agree with you in regards to journalistic content not being a major component to the newswires (though I find some serious and interesting content that IS relevent, leafing-edge and is missed by the news services until much later, when it becomes "newsworthy" or reaches some critical mass).