What is RSS?
RSS is an XML format used by content providers for syndicating various types of web content, including news and podcasts.
RSS feeds or channels include headlines, summaries and links back to the full versions of the content. RSS feeds in conjunction with
news readers or aggregators allow to automatically retrieve and update only the content that you subscribe to from various sources
and display in one place. This allows you to stay current with any content that is published by the sources your subscribe to without
having to visit each and every site.
How to Access RSS Feeds?
There are primarily two ways to access RSS Feeds. You can download and install a news reader or aggregator that displays the RSS feeds from
the web sites you subscribe, or you can use a Web-based news reader. You can subscribe to any of RTTNews RSS feeds by clicking on the "RSS"
orange button next to the feed and copying the URL and pasting it into the appropriate location in your particular news reader.
There are many different news readers available, most are free. Following are two of the popular options:
RTTNews RSS Feeds are offered free of charge, and all headlines must be accompanied by the link specified in the XML file to the full
article on RTTNews.com site. Proper attribution must be given to RTTNews where ever our feeds are displayed. RTTNews reserves the right
change or discontinue this service at any time without notice. By accessing our RSS services you acknowledge your understanding and
agreement with RTT's Terms of Service.