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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About Newsradars.com

Newsradars.com as described by Robin Good

Newsradars.com is a new online company backed by Mihai Bocsaru, Robin Good's own RSS webmaster which offers an easy way to build, create and integrate effectively working newsradars on your corporate site, news site or professional blog.

The service offered by Newsradars.com includes the scoping and identification of the content sources required to scout your topic of interest as well as the technical setup required to aggregate, store, filter and mix all of the content gathered according to your specific needs.

Newsradars.com allows you then to integrate your custom-specified topic-specific news stream on any existing or to-be-built web site by creating a web page that matches with precision your "look and feel".

Mihai Bocsaru is the General Manager and Chief Web Developer at PRO IT Service S.R.L. the company that rules the Newsradars.com initiative.