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Associated Press ENPS v7
Newsroom computer system
This new multiplatform version of ENPS is a dramatic overhaul, featuring a new look, interface and tools to further enhance existing capabilities. Its story-centric workflow was designed to meet the needs of integrated broadcast and digital newsrooms. A modern interface gives users increased flexibility to configure the ENPS desktop for the tasks done most often. Customize the display of content to meet needs and still have access to enterprise-wide content. Users can more easily create content for broadcast, online and social media all in one place. Integrated, calendar-based planning makes managing coverage simpler. Users can see what's going on locally and globally in one, familiar interface. The ENPS Dashboard lets every user create a custom, real-time view of wires, media, assignments and more. Users can upload media from the field with a simple drag-and-drop into ENPS. The new detached Alert Bar keeps users on top of breaking news and incoming messages, even while working in other programs.
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