10.14.2004 08:00 AM
AP unveils streamlined SNAPfeed boost to customers

At IBC2004, the Associated Press updated the store-and-forward SNAPfeed with a simplified user interface and workflow to make it easier for non-technical journalists to operate.

The AP is making the new system available to existing ENPS customers as part of their license fee. All clients will receive at least three SNAPfeed licenses at no additional cost.

While the application works best with ENPS, it also has been updated and marketed to operate separately for non-ENPS clients.

For more information, visit www.enps.com.

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