Really Simple Syndication or RSS is a quick and easy way to receive syndicated content from an ever-expanding universe of websites. It enables new content—be it our Daily Briefing headlines, our Today’s Lead column or new research studies—to be delivered directly to your desktop or homepage as it is published to the site.
Alternatively, some people prefer to use web-based news readers that do not require any software download. Among these are Google Reader, “My Yahoo!” and “My AOL.” If you have a Gmail, Yahoo! or AOL account, the RSS feeds will appear directly on your personal page (you could make this your browser’s home page for convenience).
Once your webpage is set up or the reader is installed, there are two main ways to access the RSS feeds. You can either copy and paste the feed addresses below or click on the RSS icon of any website to locate its feed address.*
On journalism.org, you have access to PEJ’s Daily Briefings, the latest Numbers and all original Analysis through the following RSS feeds:
PEJ Daily Briefing feed URL: http://www.journalism.org/dailybriefing_rss
Terms for Use
While we encourage and appreciate your use of PEJ’s RSS feeds, please remember to properly attribute and format any content you may publish on your website. We reserve the right to require that you cease distributing PEJ content.
* As you add these feeds to the reader, they appear in a list usually located on the left-hand side of a webpage that looks a lot like Microsoft Outlook. When you click on a feed, a series of new headlines from the source are revealed that you then click to read as if they were emails. You can add as many feeds to your reader as you like.