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Add External RSS Feeds to Your Library

Rad allows users to add external RSS feeds to their profile, which can include content from countless existing external video publishers, magazines, news organizations, and beyond.
Since this content is hosted outside of Rad, and users are adding the feeds themselves, the content stays private between the user and the original publisher, and the content is not available across Rad broadly for discovery.
RSS on Rad enables a private viewing environment and a direct relationship with the original publisher, while still leveraging Rad's applications for distribution, aggregation, and consumption.
Supported Platforms
360 Video
360 Photo
180
Fixed Frame
Augmented Reality
PS4/PS5
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
iOS
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes

Viewing Feeds on Rad

Adding Feeds
  • Go to https://rad.live/editaccount/?activeTab=rssfeeds and log in with your Rad account (this is the same as your Littlstar account)
  • Insert the feed URL into the Feed URL field and click Add
    • RSS Feed URLs must include the proper protocol (http:// or https://)
Viewing Feeds (PlayStation)
  • Open the Rad app
  • Go to Library and log in with your Rad account
  • Go to the My Channels section. If the feed parsed successfully, it will show up as a folder (or folder thumbnail).
    • If the feed is listed at rad.live but does not show up in the application, it's likely that the application failed to parse the feed. Please check to make sure the feed follows our standards.

Viewing Feeds (iOS)

  • Open the Rad app
  • Go to Library and log in with your Rad account
  • Click on the side menu in the top left cornet and select RSS Feeds section. If the feed parsed successfully, it will show up as a folder (or folder thumbnail).
    • If the feed is listed at rad.live but does not show up in the application, it's likely that the application failed to parse the feed. Please check to make sure the feed follows our standards.

Creating Feeds

Please checkout the Rad RSS specification to see how to create and host your own Rad specific RSS feeds