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RSS Feed

Arizona news and public affairs delivered directly to your desktop.

To receive HORIZON’s RSS feed:

1. Add an RSS Reader (also known as New Readers or "Aggregator") to your computer.
Both Google and Yahoo list many of the available readers.

2. Click on the RSS graphic icon and copy the URL in the address bar of your browser (or from your clipboard) and paste it into your RSS reader.

3. Or simply copy the URL directly http://www.azpbs.org/horizon/rss/headlines
and paste it into your RSS reader.

Please note that by accessing HORIZON’s RSS Feed, you agree to our terms of use.


About RSS Feeds

RSS (or Really Simple Syndication) feeds are free updated content sent to your computer via the Internet. RSS feeds usually contain headlines, article summaries, and links to full articles on the Web of the organization that sends the feed.

RSS is an easy way for you to be alerted when content that interests you appears on your favorite Web site. Instead of visiting a particular Web site to browse for new articles and features, RSS automatically tells you when something new is posted online.


Subscribing to RSS Feeds

RSS feds are delivered to your computer and viewed using an "aggregator" or "reader." The reader displays RSS feeds from the Web sites you select, enabling you to choose and edit the content you want to see.
After installing the RSS reader you can add new RSS feeds from any Web site that offers them.

There are dozens of RSS readers available, many are offered free of charge. Some readers are available as desktop software that you download and install on your computer. Others are Web-based readers that you can access on the Internet.

Both Google and Yahoo list many of the available readers. The reader you choose will have instructions for how to subscribe to RSS feeds.


To subscribe to the HORIZON RSS feed

Copy and paste the URL found in the RSS icon, into your RSS reader. Or simply copy and paste
into your RSS reader.


Other RSS Feeds

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NOVA scienceNow
Religion and Ethics Newsweekly
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