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News Feed

What is a news feed?

A news feed, or RSS feed, allows you to find out when new content is published on a website. Subscribing to our news feed is an easy way to stay up to date on C-Change's work and publications.
 

How do I subscribe?

To subscribe, you will need to have a news reader which pulls in the information from the feed and displays it for you. A news reader lets you to follow any feeds you are interested in, checks for new content, and shows you when updates have been added. There are many different types of readers available and most are free.

Depending on your reader, you can subscribe to our feed in various ways using its URL below:

RSS logo C-Change News Feed
 

Where can I get a news reader?

For browser-based readers that you can sign into from any computer, you can use free readers on the web like:

  • Bloglines
  • Google Reader
  • My Yahoo!
  • NewsGator

If you want a separate feed reading program that runs on your computer, you can use applications like:

  • FeedDemon (Windows)
  • NetNewsWire (Macintosh running OS X)

Also, web browsers such as Internet Explorer 7 and Mozilla Firefox have support for feeds built-in.
 

To receive news updates via RSS, please click here for more information