Most news sites provide RSS feeds or email alerts about new items. Here's a few places to get started.
A news ticker is a primarily horizontal, text-based display that typically appears at the bottom of a screen, for example on TV news. A sample of download links for these products is listed below.
Many news services also provide apps for Apple and Android mobile devices. Many are free to download but may require a subscription or in app purchases to access news content.
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