How do I display an Exchange 2013 public calendar to a web site/page using RSS.

I need to make a public calendar on my exchange 2013 server visible using rss so that it can be published on digital signage products.
We are implementing 20+ stations and all of them need to be able to display this calendar information.
The only solution information I have found deals with Office 365, we are using a local server set.
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
Considering Office 365 has more limitations compared to on-premises solution, I'd say give it a go. If you want a more accurate answer, you can share the solutions you have been looking at.
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ITS StaffCCFD#1 ITS StaffAuthor Commented:
We ended up setting up a dummy user, then sharing the calendar using OWA.
There is apparently no way to publish an RSS feed from the local Exchange server, although Office 365 does have a connector for this.
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