What is RSS?
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a system of transporting articles across the Internet. An RSS feed (sometimes simply called a "web feed") contains either full or summarized articles without all the fluff contained on the website. These feeds can be read by other websites or by RSS readers.
What is an RSS Reader?
RSS Reader is a program used to read an RSS feed. RSS readers allow you to aggregate multiple web feeds and read them from a singular place on the web. Some browsers have a built-in feed reader (use the help button in your browser's toolbar to find out more). There are several commercial and free RSS Readers available online and can be found via any search engine.
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Region of Durham Media Releases RSS Feed
Subscribers to Durham Region's RSS Feed will have access to media releases from the last seven days. For a full listing of past media releases please visit the Durham Region Newsroom.
You can subscribe to the Region of Durham RSS Feed using any RSS Reader. RSS will automatically retrieve updates from the Region's website as they are posted and send the updates to your Reader.
Copy the URL below and paste it into your RSS Reader.
Durham Tourism Events RSS Feed
Region of Durham - Construction, design and environmental assessment projects RSS Feed