Leading Australian Publisher adds support for RSS


You know RSS is hitting mainstream when the old established publishers add support for it

Fairfax has added RSS feeds for their two leading publications - The Sydney Morning Herald & The Age.

Hats off to you, Mr Fairfax

The Sydney Morning Herald RSS Channels

Top Stories

XML http://feeds.smh.com.au/rssheadlines/top.rss

National

XML http://feeds.smh.com.au/rssheadlines/national.rss

World

XML http://feeds.smh.com.au/rssheadlines/world.rss

Business

XML http://feeds.smh.com.au/rssheadlines/business.rss

Entertainment

XML http://feeds.smh.com.au/rssheadlines/entertainment.rss

Technology

XML http://feeds.smh.com.au/rssheadlines/technology.rss

Video

XML http://feeds.smh.com.au/rssheadlines/multimedia.rss

Sport

XML http://feeds.smh.com.au/rssheadlines/sport.rss

The Age RSS Channels

Top Stories

XML http://feeds.theage.com.au/rssheadlines/top.rss

National

XML http://feeds.theage.com.au/rssheadlines/national.rss

World

XML http://feeds.theage.com.au/rssheadlines/world.rss

Business

XML http://feeds.theage.com.au/rssheadlines/business.rss

Entertainment

XML http://feeds.theage.au/rssheadlines/entertainment.rss

Technology

XML http://feeds.theage.au/rssheadlines/technology.rss

Video

XML http://feeds.theage.com.au/rssheadlines/multimedia.rss

Sport

XML http://feeds.theage.com.au/rssheadlines/sport.rss

Comments (5)
  1. William Luu says:

    And they also had an Anthens blog to cover the olympics! – http://theage.com.au/blogs/athens.html

    Thanks for noticing the feeds Frank, i’ll add them to RSS Bandit after this post! 🙂

  2. Very nice… It’s a pity though that The Age insists on me creating an account to access their articles.

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