Want to get your local news without watching it on TV?


p>The Internet Broadcasting Systems, IBS, is an organization of local stations that are embracing the internet. Steve Rubel had this posted over at his site.

Some 65 local television stations in the IBS network, including WNBC in New York, NBC4 in Washington, KNBC in LA, and KTVU in San Francisco, now have RSS feeds. Just visit this page find the station in your local market and click on the RSS link either at the bottom or top of the station’s home page. Here, for example, are WNBC’s RSS feeds.

Once you have used RSS for a bit, you will never go back. It allows one to read 100 weblogs in about 10% of the time.

Posted April 10, 2005 by
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