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Introducing Veritas Radio Network’s Members Only PODCASTS (rss) Feed

Mandeville, LA – UPDATED, please note 01-29-2017! For YOUR listening/downloading convenience there are now 3 CRUSADE On-Demand feeds, one for each hour of our long form shows like the Mike Church Show and the Mark Kreslins Show. This way you now have the option of just downloading or listening to one hour or so at a time that you may have missed or want to hear again. You WILL need to login to your Founder’s Pass account, separately for each feed and you WILL need all 3 feeds active to get all 3 segments of Mike and Mark’s Shows. Here are the feeds including the original feed most of you already have: (this is the legacy PODCAST feed most of you have) (PODCAST Feed 2) (PODCAST Feed 3) You can distinguish between each feed by the simple, plainly styled graphics that will show in iTunes and google play:[continue exploring the Truth…]

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The Veritas Radio Network’s Preview Feed

Mandeville, LA – The Veritas Radio Network, today announced the release of its fully functional Preview Channel feed which delivers high quality, original content to anyone with an internet connection and an RSS player/browser. Veritas Founder and host of the Mike Church Show said “The new Preview Feed for rss players and devices is a major leap forward for us because our all original content is now available in long-form to anyone with an rss reader and a broadband connection. This feed will be updated many times every day, delivering fresh doses of Truth to listeners hungry for it.” To begin using this completely free service, simply copy the following link and paste it into your favorite RSS player like iTunes:

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What In The Wide Wide World of Sports Is An RSS Feed?

Mandeville, LA – This site now uses RSS feeds to deliver our original; audio content to our customers and listeners. Here is a detailed explanation of what RSS is, how and works and how to take advantage of it. According to Wikipedia, the latest on rss feeds is a mixed bag: Several major sites such as Facebook and Twitter previously offered RSS feeds but have reduced or removed support. Additionally, widely used readers such as Shiira, FeedDemon, and Google Reader have been discontinued having cited declining popularity in RSS. However, RSS still remains a widely used standard. RSS support was removed in OS X Mountain Lion’s versions of Mail and Safari, although the features were partially restored in Safari 8. As of August 2015, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer include RSS support by default, while Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge do not. Additionally, reader services such as Feedly provide synchronization[continue exploring the Truth…]

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