RSSAP ENPS Media Centre

Welcome to the AP ENPS Media Centre.

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

  • AP and VISLINK enhance reliability of file-based news workflow in the field
    The Associated Press and VISLINK News and Entertainment announced today the successful completion of trials of ENPS working seamlessly across VISLINK’s microwave and Advanced Gateway systems. Together they provide an integrated solution, which enables file-based workflow from the field as if connected directly to the studio LAN. More ...
  • ENPS iPad client brings newsroom to fingertips
    Throw away the paper, leave the laptop in the newsroom. ENPS now allows anchors/presenters and field reporters to do their jobs using an iPad. More ...
  • Middle Eastern universities welcome AP ENPS
    The Jordan Media Institute (JMI) has become the latest ENPS customer in the Middle East and the second university in the region to adopt newsroom software for its broadcast journalism training. More ...
  • AP ENPS tapped for Gannett Broadcasting newsroom system upgrade
    The Associated Press announced today that Gannett Broadcasting's television stations will replace their current newsroom computer systems with ENPS. One of the largest ENPS station groups with more than 2,100 users in 19 information centers reaching over 20 million U.S. households, Gannett will rank among the top five global installations. More ...
  • AP, 25 exhibitors showcase latest ENPS broadcast news tech solutions at NAB
    New Twitter and YouTube integration for ENPS, the leading news production system used by half of America's TV networks and more than 40% of the world's newsrooms. Additionally, the AP has tapped 25 broadcast system vendors to showcase ENPS capabilities at this year's NAB Show. More ...
  • Clive Mumby appointed European Sales Manager
    The Associated Press has appointed Clive Mumby as European Sales Manager for ENPS. Mumby joins ENPS from Quantel and brings a broad knowledge of news workflows gained from many of the world's largest broadcasters. More ...