Family Research Council

RSS Feeds

What is an RSS feed?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based format for sharing and distributing web content, such as news headlines. Using an RSS reader, you can subscribe to receive summaries of late-breaking news and Action Alerts from FRC. Each summary includes a link to the full article on the FRC website.

How to view FRC's RSS feed?

1. Copy the URL/shortcut that corresponds to the subscription that interests you.
2. Paste the URL into your reader.

My Yahoo! users:

1. Click on the "Add to My Yahoo!" button.
2. Follow the instructions for adding the feed to your "My Yahoo!" page.

What software do you need?

There are many free RSS readers. Click herefor a Lifehacker.com's listing of the best RSS Readers.

Available FRC Feeds

Follow the instructions included with your RSS reader or podcast aggregator to subscribe to any of FRC's feeds:

RSS Feeds
Washington Update http://www.frc.org/rss/rss_WU.xml
FRC Alerts http://www.frc.org/rss/rss_AL.xml
FRC In The News http://www.frc.org/rss/rss_MD.xml
FRC Events http://www.frc.org/rss/rss_EV.xml
FRC Press Releases http://www.frc.org/rss/rss_PR.xml
FRC Blog http://feeds.feedburner.com/frcblog
Podcasts
Washington Watch Weekly http://www.frc.org/rss/pod_WR.xml
Washington Watch Daily http://www.frc.org/rss/pod_CM.xml

What is a podcast feed?

Podcasting is the publishing of media files so that they are available for download. A typical podcast is not unlike an RSS feed, except that you listen to the feed rather than read it. Using one of the many free podcast aggregators or readers you can listen to podcasts on any MP3 player, not just Apple models.

FRC currently provides a podcast feed of our Washington Watch Weekly radio program.