08.04.2004 12:00 PM
WFLA-TV to improve newsroom workflow with AP’s EPNS system

Media General has chosen ENPS, the Associated Press’ news production system, for WFLA-TV in Tampa, FL.

The station is part of the Tampa News Center, a converged newsroom with hundreds of television, print and online journalists providing local multimedia news coverage.

CCI Europe, to be used by the co-located Tampa Tribune's newspaper journalists, will link ENPS with NewsGate and NewsDesk applications. Tampa is one of six U.S. markets where Media General broadcast, print and Web journalists work together.

ENPS is already used in 20 other Media General television newsrooms. Journalists throughout the Media General broadcast group can currently exchange information and planning material with other stations as well as instant message about 1000 users.

ENPS delivers scripting, rundowns, planning, contacts, messaging, archiving, third-party device control, news wire management, and remote access capabilities using a fully-integrated search engine. Using the MOS protocol, ENPS supports integration of news production products developed by more than 30 companies.

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

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