FIBA is proud to launch its new RSS information service. Whether you are a fan or a journalist use the RSS technology to connect to the Basketball World directly from your desktop.
What is RSS?
RSS is a standard format used to share content on the Internet and receive updates from your favorite websites without having to visit each site. Use an RSS reader to scan headlines and click the link if you are interested in reading more. And you'll always have the latest information as your RSS reader automatically retrieves the RSS feeds which are updated automatically.
You can utilize as many feeds from as many websites as you like from most RSS newsreader. RSS has became a standard format across the internet and is popular with many sports and news sites including fiba.com.
How do I use the FIBA.com RSS feed?
The first step to use an RSS feed is to install a news reader. FIBA owns its own RSS reader called FIBA Buzzer, which can aslo be used to receive all the latest results from every FIBA event and FIBA Zone event. All you need to do to start accessing the FIBA news directly from you desktop is to download and install the FIBA Buzzer. Everything else is done automatically. Learn more about the FIBA Buzzer and download it here.
It is also possible to use some other newsreaders. Links to a selection of popular newsreaders are listed below. You can also use a web browser such as Firefox to access RSS feeds. Whenever you see the orange RSS icon you will know that a news feed is available for that page.
What feeds does fiba.com offer?
All fiba.com feeds can be access using the links and drop down menus on the right side of the page. Offered feeds range from full International basketball coverage to FIBA Zone, country and event specific coverage.
Which newsreader should I use?
FIBA: FIBA Buzzer
Windows: Newz Crawler, FeedDemon, Awasu, Pluck
Mac: Newsfire, NetNewsWire