What is a newsradar?

A newsradar is a stream of news items covering a very specific topic. A newsradar is usually created by aggregating together news feeds from a multitude of different sources covering the specific topic selected and adding to the resulting mix content items found through the use of so-called search feeds. Newsradars normally require the use of sophisticated filtering algorithms to eliminate duplicates and to include and exclude content based on a number of variable factors.

In more technical terms a newsradar is nothing else but an RSS feed which is the result of aggregating, mixing and filtering a large number of source-specific and search-based RSS feeds.

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