About AP ENPS

Overview
From the start, AP ENPS was hailed as revolutionary. Today, AP ENPS is simply essential for more than 65,000 reporters, writers, editors and producers in more than 900 television, radio and network newsrooms in over 60 countries.

AP is the world’s broadcast news technology leader, and ENPS helps produce more on-air content than all competing products combined. Powerful features include management of program rundowns, assignments, contacts, messaging, news wires, archives, and interconnected devices, as well as scripting in almost any language, no-compromise remote access capabilities for field staff, and a one-of-a-kind search engine that make it easy to access any and all material in connected systems.

How are we different? Aggressive, non-stop development complements the innovative spirit of our users and more than 100 technology partners. Because AP is not allied with any single hardware vendor, users of ENPS can take advantage of a variety of best-fit solutions for other components - video and audio servers, desktop audio and video browsers and editors, character generators, still stores and other production equipment.

Customers
Introduced first at the BBC in the United Kingdom in 1997, ENPS is now installed by leading companies worldwide, including:

ABC, Australia MLB Network, US
Andina de Radioifusion, Peru Multimedios TV, Mexico
BBC, UK Newport Television, US
BTV, Bulgaria NFL Network, US
Canal+, France NRK, Norway
CBS News, US ProTV, Romania
Channel 10, Australia Rádio e Televisão Bandeirantes, Brazil
CNBC Arabiya, Dubai Rádio e Televisão Record, Brazil
Corporación Radio e Televisión de Galicia, Spain Raycom Media, US
ENTV, Algeria SABC, South Africa
ERTU, Egypt Sahara TV, India
ESPN, US Set TV, Taiwan
Fisher Broadcasting, US SIC, Portugal
Gannett Broadcasting, US Sistema Brasileiro de Televisão (SBT), Brazil
Global TV, Canada Sport 5, Israel
Gray Communications, US Swedish Radio, Sweden
Grupo Imagen, Mexico Telefé, Argentina
Hearst Television, US TV4, Sweden
Hessischer Rundfunk, Germany TVB, Hong Kong
Media General Broadcast Group, US Venezolana de Televisión (VTV), Venezuela
Mega TV, Chile Young Broadcasting, US