Subscribe to American Public Media's RSS feeds to get the latest news and features from some of public radio's most popular programs.

These RSS feeds are available, free of charge, for individual, non-commercial use. If you would like to use any of these RSS feeds for commercial use or to post on your Web site, please contact us. See the "Request for permission" section on the Terms and Conditions page for contact information.

Marketplace Tech Report Get the latest technology news from John Moe, host of American Public Media's Marketplace Tech Report. This RSS feed includes blog posts and links to audio and from the most recent program. Updated every weekday.
Marketplace Find out what's happening in business news from the award-winning Marketplace. This RSS feed includes short descriptions from the morning and evening programs. Updated twice daily.
Marketplace: Sustainability Stories and perspectives on Sustainability from Marketplace. Updated several times per week.
Marketplace Money Marketplace Money's RSS feed brings you personal finance stories relevant to everyday life. This RSS feed includes links to audio and short descriptions from the most recent program. Updated weekly.
Marketplace Money: Getting Personal Blog Marketplace Money's Chris Farrell answers your personal finance questions. Updated daily.
The Splendid Table A new featured recipe each week from The Splendid Table's Lynne Rosetto Kasper.
Being: Krista's Journal Being host Krista Tippet's personal journal on each week's program.
Weekend America Weekend America's RSS feed features short, entertaining segments on newsmakers, issues of the day and the arts. This RSS feed includes links to audio and short descriptions of the most recent program. Updated weekly.
The Writer's Almanac The Writer's Almanac RSS feed features the week's poem and a featured literary note that host Garrison Keillor will highlight from this day in literary history. Updated daily.


Using RSS Feeds

RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, is a convenient way to get news from your favorite American Public Media programs. An RSS feed contains headlines, summaries and links to full news stories. If you click an RSS link, you will see XML (or eXtensible Markup Language) code in your browser. This is to be expected, since you do not view RSS content through a browser. You view feeds through an RSS news reader (also called an RSS aggregator).

RSS news readers are software programs similar to Web browsers that aggregate RSS feeds and display their information. They allow you to read multiple sources from a single interface.

There are a wide variety of RSS readers available on the Internet. Some readers are Web-based while others require you to install a software program on your computer. Some are free to use.

Yahoo! and Google both offer comprehensive lists of RSS readers. A few sample readers are also offered below for the purpose of evaluation:

How do I use these feeds?
The first step, as described above, is to choose an RSS reader. Each reader has a slightly different way of adding a new feed (also called a "channel"). In most cases, you should copy one of the URLs from the above list into the 'Add New Channel' section of the reader. The RSS feed will start to display and regularly update the headlines for you.

How can I get help?
Because every RSS reader is different, we regret that we can't provide assistance to individual users. You may want to read NPR's RSS frequently asked questions page. If you think the problem might be with our feed itself, contact American Public Media at

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