08.19.2004 09:53 AM
Portuguese broadcasters use ENPS to cover Euro 2004 final

Four out of five Portuguese TV broadcasters used The Associated Press Electronic News Production System, ENPS, to follow their national team to the UEFA Euro 2004 final.

Portugal's national state broadcaster, Radio e Televisão Portuguesa (RTP), private rivals, Sociedade Independente de Comunicação (SIC), and sister station, SIC Noticias, together with the specialist channel SPORT TV, all used the desktop ENPS system.

The Associated Press is also launching ENPS 4.5, the latest version of the news production system. New features provide a tighter and more efficient workflow for both users in the field and the newsroom.

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