About RSS Feeds
The Los Angeles Convention & Visitors Bureau provides RSS feeds free of charge for personal, non-commercial use. If a feed is posted on a personal Web site, please provide attribution to The Los Angeles Convention & Visitors Bureau. The Los Angeles Convention & Visitors Bureau reserves the right to require an end to distribution of these feeds at any time for any reason. Please contact our if you would like to use our RSS feeds on a commercial Web site.
WHAT IS RSS?
RSS feeds contain headlines, summaries and hyperlinks to complete articles on www.seemyla.com. In order to use a RSS feed, you will need software known as a RSS or news reader. These readers allow you to subscribe to RSS feeds from multiple sources and have all of your headlines delivered to one source as they are updated.
HOW CAN I START USING RSS FEEDS?
You will need an RSS reader or aggregator to use our RSS feeds. On most browsers, you can right-click the link and select "copy shortcut" or "copy target address" to grab a feed address. If you are using a Web-based browser, you may be able to subscribe directly from our RSS feeds page using your reader. Please consult the documentation of your RSS reader for more information on how to properly subscribe to RSS feeds for your software.
Listed below are some of the most popular RSS reader programs available for download. The News Herald is not affiliated with the software nor provides technical support for these products.
FireFox Extensions (Mozilla FireFox only)