RSSAP ENPS Media Centre

Welcome to the AP ENPS Media Centre.

You can access the latest and archived AP ENPS media releases below.




  • Media General Inc. has chosen ENPS, AP's news production system, for WFLA-TV in Tampa. The Tampa News Center of which WFLA-TV is a part is one of the world's premier converged newsrooms, with hundreds of television, print, and online journalists providing local multimedia news coverage. ENPS will be linked with NewsGate and NewsDesk applications built by CCI Europe, to be used by the co-located Tampa Tribune's newspaper journalists. More ...
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  • Two broadcasters in the Caribbean region have begun news production using ENPS. The Broadcasting Corporation of the Bahamas, known to viewers as ZNS, is using ENPS to bridge the 100 miles between its newsrooms in Nassau and Freeport. Meanwhile, Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation in Barbados is using ENPS with SNAPfeed, AP's integrated store-and-forward application that enables remote video newsgathering. More ...
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  • Radio Television Brunei has implemented ENPS. RTB is the primary news source for Brunei Darussalam with two nightly newscasts covering regional and international politics, sports, business, and consumer news. Driving RTB's newsroom, ENPS integrates with BDL-Autoscript prompters and Pixel Power Collage CGs, and RTB journalists take ENPS with them all over the world to cover the important trips of His Majesty the Sultan of Brunei Darussalam. More ...
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  • The Associated Press has released an update of its ENPS Integration Guide, expanded to include broadcast technology products from 36 companies and highlighting interfaces building on the MOS protocol. More ...
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  • Four Ecuadorian broadcasters have signed on with ENPS, AP's news production system. Teleamazonas Television, TC Television, Gamavision, and Cablevision operate in Ecuador's main metropolitan centers: the capital of Quito, nestled high in the Andes, and the low-lying port city of Guayaquil, along the Guayas River. Using ENPS allows journalists and producers in these two cities to collaborate on news programming and even control broadcast hardware in each location from the other thanks to the Media Object Server (MOS) protocol. More ...
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  • Building on its record growth in 2003, AP’s ENPS software continues to penetrate newsrooms everywhere with its innovative content workflow integration. During the first quarter of 2004, 10 more TV stations selected the industry’s most popular newsroom software. They join almost 500 other worldwide broadcasters, U.S. networks and station groups, and 24-hour cable news channels recognizing the flexibility, reliability and end-to-end workflow solutions that ENPS provides. In the last two quarters, nearly 75 more newsrooms have added ENPS and soon will be taking advantage of ENPS 4.5 – the latest upgrade of the newsroom software, which will be introduced at this year’s NAB and RTNDA Convention in Las Vegas. More ...
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  • Underscoring its commitment to continued excellence in journalism, The Associated Press today unveiled the newest version of its Essential News Production System - ENPS 4.5. ENPS 4.5 builds upon the world’s best selling news production software by providing newsrooms all over the world with a seamless, end-to-end workflow and many, new customizable features. More ...
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  • To help its students understand how news reporting is transformed into broadcast journalism, Liverpool John Moores University recently installed ENPS, AP’s news production system. JMU has approximately 22,000 students and offers over 250 programs of study at undergraduate and postgraduate level, making it one of the largest and most progressive educational institutions in the U.K. More ...
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  • ESPN Deportes has launched 24-hour-a-day programming using ENPS. The Spanish sports channel marks a significant expansion for the Connecticut-based network, and reinforces the long-term relationship between ESPN and The Associated Press. More ...
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  • More than 40 television newsrooms have recently signed agreements to add AP's ENPS as their new news production system, making 2003 ENPS' most successful year since its launch in 1997. More ...
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