NewsBreak can subscribe to any RSS or ATOM newsfeed, which means there are thousands of feeds published on the web. Here are a few ways to get the ones you care about into NewsBreak!
Built-In Options: By selecting New from the Menu soft-key in NewsBreak you gain access to a number of great ways to add more channels:
Finding RSS Feeds On Your Favorite Sites: Almost every major website (and many minor ones) has an RSS feed. The easiest way to find these feeds is to enter the site's web address as your search criteria after selecting "Search Online for Channels" in NewsBreak. This will usually find all the news feeds for the site and list them for you.
Alternately, you can visit the site using your browser and look for the link to their feed. The link to these feeds will often have an icon associated with it. Here are a few of the icons you might see:
Click on this icon and it will take you to the news feed for the site. For many sites, this feed will look like random text mixed with the news when you view the site in Internet Explorer. Copy down the address (also known as a URL) from the address bar of your browser (or just copy it if you are doing this on your mobile device). You can then put that address into NewsBreak using the "Enter the URL manually" option when adding a new feed.
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