RSS Feeds

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ADPH and other state agencies syndicate news releases through the Alabama Media Portal. U.S. Government RSS Directory provides a list of RSS feeds from U.S. government agencies categorized by topic.

RSS is an acronym for "Really Simple Syndication" or "Rich Site Summary." A feed, also known as RSS feed, web feed, XML feed, or syndicated content is updated content published by a website.

RSS feeds provide an easy way for you to keep up with news and information that is important to you without having to browse or search using conventional methods. Feed aggregators save time and effort by automatically retrieving the most up-to-date content from websites and providing the content in a single location for easy viewing.

RSS feeds are commonly used for news and blog websites. Feeds can also be used to deliver pictures, audio, and video. A RSS feed that distributes audio content, generally in MP3 format played using a MP3 player, is a podcast.

To subscribe to a feed on a website, locate and click a feed icon or link on the web page. Feeds may be read using a RSS/feed reader or aggregator. Feed aggregators are often a built-in feature of Internet browsers and email programs.

Page last updated: October 21, 2019