03.26.2008 08:23 AM
Scores of companies to showcase ENPS-compatible products at NAB2008

At NAB2008, the Associated Press (AP) will demonstrate its ENPS news production system and interfaces that build on the AP-supported MOS protocol.

AP has cultivated development relationships with more than 100 companies, and hundreds of ENPS sites around the world use MOS-enabled systems that integrate products from dozens of vendors.

Companies showcasing compatible products during the convention include: Autoscript, Beehive Systems, Bitcentral, Brainstorm, Building4Media, Chyron, Crispin, Dalet Digital Media Systems, Digital Broadcast, Enco Systems, Evertz Microsystems, JustEdit (VSN), Thomson, Harris, Hi Tech Systems, Integrated Broadcast Information Systems (IBIS), Omneon, Orad Hi-Tecs System, Pebble Beach Systems, Pixel Power, Quantel, Ross Video, Sony Electronics, Solid State Logic and Vizrt.

MOS is a reliable, widely adopted network interface for linking news production systems, such as ENPS, with broadcast equipment, enabling journalists to see, use and control a variety of devices.

For more information, visit www.enps.com.

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