08.21.2003 12:00 PM
AP ENPS offers international news operations the right solution

Six international broadcasters recently have selected the Associate Press’s ENPS news production system for their newsrooms.

  • TV3 in New Zealand is using ENPS in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin to broadcast evening news and current affairs. Because journalists spend so much time in the field, TV3 relies heavily on ENPS for connection of journalists to base resources from anywhere in New Zealand's rugged landscape.

  • Global TV in Winnipeg, Canada, is the latest of seven CanWest-owned stations to use ENPS. Global TV staff liked the way ENPS fits so much information on the screen at once.

  • Multivan's Channel, Vancouver, Canada’s sole locally owned and operated TV station and first multilingual broadcaster uses ENPS in Cantonese, Mandarin, Punjabi, Korean and Tagalog. Channel M has linked the ENPS to four other newsroom systems.

  • Multimedios in Monterrey, Mexico is using the ENPS to support its schedule of 48 hours of news per week. The broadcaster uses ENPS to control digital video output during newscasts.

  • Eagle Broadcasting in the Philippines chose ENPS because of its MOS compliance, speed, user-friendly interface and simple integration with existing broadcast hardware.

  • CNBC Arabiya in United Arab Emirates launched in late June as the region's first and only 24 hour, free-to-air economic and financial news channel. ENPS drives BDL prompters and Collage character generators and is integrated with an IBIS automation system.

For more information, please visit www.enps.com.

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