National Public Radio Offers Free Mashups With IPA

Social Networks are not the only Internet services that opened their API,("API is any interface that enables one program to use facilities provided by another, whether by calling that program, or by being called by it. Westlake Mobile Glossary ), now the
National Public Radio ( NPR) also declared that they are willing to do it.

NPR has introduced an API that it says will allow developers to serve up mashups that include audio, images, and full text articles from the non-profit media organization’s archives that go as far back as 1995.

To find out more details on how the API works, please click here. The NPR archive
has over 250,000 stories that are grouped into more than 5,000 different aggregations.

Via: Tech Crunch
http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/07/16/npr-launches-api-that-serves-up-13-years-of-content/

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