CALAMOS RSS FEEDS

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HOW TO SUBSCRIBE

Click the appropriate button (examples below) for the news you wish to receive to subscribe to the feed.

If you don't see a button for your preferred tool, simply highlight the RSS Feed URL in the box next to the RSS reader tools (i.e. http://www.calamos.com/rss_commentary.xml). Right-click this link (or Control-click in Macintosh OS) and select "Copy" or "Copy Shortcut." Paste the link into your preferred tool.

New content for that news topic will be delivered as it's published. There will be no need to check back to this page in order to get the latest news and information on the selected topic.

Note: Calamos is not responsible for the content on external Web sites and cannot provide technical support for third-party services or software.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q. What's an RSS feed?
A. An RSS feed is a means of sharing and distributing frequently updated content. "Really Simple Syndication" enables you to collect news from multiple sources into one location that's convenient for you, such as your personalized page on My Yahoo! or Google. Subscribers to RSS content feeds don't need to repeatedly check a Web site for the latest news and information— the content is distributed to you automatically as it is published. Calamos RSS feeds are provided free of charge.

RSS feeds offer many benefits:

  • Content: RSS feeds enable information seekers to gain access to what can be niche content from information providers, reducing both groups' reliance on mass media.
  • Control: Users are assured that they will receive only the news and information they're interested in.
  • Flexibility: Feeds can be viewed from your home or office, or wherever you can access your reader
  • Efficiency: Subscribers are assured of receiving updated content.

Q. What do I need to subscribe to RSS feeds?
A. You have a few options for managing your subscriptions. Some browsers, including the latest version of Internet Explorer 7.0, can directly read RSS files. Or, you may want to establish a free account with a service such as My Yahoo! or Google Reader, which will aggregate your feeds for you once you add the URLs you want to track. Or you may prefer to use a feed reader like Newsgator, which is downloaded to your computer.