RSS is simple, free and only takes a few minutes to set up.
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) enables you to have information sent directly to your computer. Simply, it lets you subscribe to the latest media releases available from EECA. EECA updates are sent straight to your RSS reader and available for you to view at your leisure.
How do I use RSS?
It's easy. The first thing you need is an RSS reader. This is software that checks your feeds and lets you read new content as its added. There are some good RSS readers available and they do not take long to access.
Generally, RSS readers come in two kinds. You can download a dedicated desktop reader. This allows you to store it on your main computer. Or you can set up a browser-based news reader. This allows you to catch up with your feeds from any computer, and it does not need a software download.
RSS feeds contain a headline, summary and a link back to the website.
Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia, has links to more than a hundred different RSS readers in its list of news aggregators. All you have to do is go to an RSS reader and follow the instructions on set-up.
How do I get the EECA RSS feed?
EECA media releases are available via RSS. Once you have a reader, simply copy the feed URL / address for the news feed below and add it to your RSS reader (follow the instructions for your reader). Once enabled, you will start receiving information from the feed.
EECA media releases