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An 'aggregation' script that automatically displays news from different sources around the world. Separate the news into categories, and create keyword-powered feeds to define exactly what news you want to show up.

  • $49

Headliner pulls headlines from the US Headlines area of Google News. Formatting is removed so the headlines are ready to place in your own site.

  • Commercial

Complete content syndication search engine. User subscription maintenance, stock ticker, and capability to hold 1000 sources in a categorized database. Includes templates, sections, blogger API support and more.

  • Free

Add news aggregation to your website, increasing user retention, content, backlinks and revenue. It supports crawling unlimited news sources, keyword-based category population, SEO URLs, icons to distinguish posts, configurable news timescales, article pruning, CSS styling, user-friendly admin, simple and fast installation, and more.

  • $97
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  • $297

Use your Gmail and Google Alert as an auto-updating news portal on your website.

  • Free

Run your own news portal similar to Google News. The script crawls XML/RSS feeds and adds them to your database. This script supports categories, unlimited source feeds, searching and more. Requires PHP with fopen enabled, cronjobs and htaccess (mod_rewrite). Comes with 60+ sources. Add and remove sources in real-time.

  • $69

This script aggregates selected feeds and displays their headlines in a manner similar to popurls.com.

  • $25

Run your own single-page headline aggregator like AllTop.com or PopUrls.com. Your page will update automatically from the RSS feeds of your choice, and is infinitely customizable with simple templates. It's fast, requires no database, and caches feeds for quick loading.

  • $49.95

Gregarius is a web-based RSS/RDF/ATOM feed aggregator, designed to run on your web server, allowing you to access your news sources from wherever you want.

  • Free

Easily create a single- or multi-page news aggregator. Add and arrange feed blocks without touching any code, create unlimited pages with targeted keywords, and create fresh pages with self-updating content. Requires Wordpress to run.

  • Free
  • $49
  • $199

This is an API providing functionality for fetching RSS/ATOM feeds and displaying them using templates in an exaggeratedly easy way. It uses SimplePie to fetch the feeds and the XTemplate templating engine for output. It can autodetect and correctly interpret RSS 0.91/1.0/2.0 as well as ATOM 0.3/1.0.

  • Free

This script allows you to add RSS newsfeeds to your site. It includes several formatting options to customize the style.

  • Free
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