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Will Google Reader, for example, only render title and description? What about the dc:creator and such tags?

I am asking since our RSS feed has this information already, but I have not found a reader that is actually display such tags automatically. I am not looking for readers that can be configured to show any tag by editing a style sheet or similar, but readers that natively support dc and similar tags.

What I need to know is very hard to find on the net due to too much information hiding what I need to know.

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BazQux Reader handles these tags. It also handles media:* tags and some itunes: tags. For example it can display audio enclosure duration or video enclosure thumbnail (and video player is embedded too, no need to open attachments in other tabs).

PS: I'm affiliated since I am developer of this reader.

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You have left six answers here, all recommending this product. You must declare your affiliation with the product every time. See the FAQ. –  Al E. Mar 12 '13 at 14:07
    
Sorry @AlEverett, forgot to mention that I'm affiliated on some answers. Should be fixed now. –  vshabanov Mar 12 '13 at 15:39
    
That's fine, but you're still only answering questions to promote your app. That is frowned upon. –  Al E. Mar 12 '13 at 16:51

NewsBlur renders such tags automatically. Good reader, too.

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Take a look at http://www.feedreader.com/features.php

You can customise any article page by adding rules to the stylesheet.

Feed contains information

<itunes:duration>13:27</itunes:duration>.

Feedreader publishes this information in article page, too. It's converted into

<frc:itunes_duration>13:27</frc:itunes_duration>

So it's only matter of adding special rules to stylesheet to display this information in article page.

Link to the full FAQ article.

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Thanks - that sounds interesting. However that does not really answer my question. I have rephrased it a little to make the distinction between something you can make a reader do and something it already does –  mplungjan Jan 15 '11 at 20:06

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