One America News Network launches with AP ENPS

July 22, 2013
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The One America News Network control room uses the AP ENPS news production system.
One America News Network, the country's newest cable news network, is powering its production with the AP ENPS news production system. Owned by Herring Broadcasting, the San Diego, Calif., based network launched earlier this month.

One America News staffers are using AP ENPS on MacBook Air laptops, with integration to graphics, video and other systems.

“ENPS is the backbone of our newsroom," said Robert Herring, Sr., founder and CEO of One America News Network. “With ENPS, our staff can concentrate on creating the highest quality news programming without having to worry about technical issues. ENPS allows for a smooth, easy and efficient workflow.”
 
One America News is set up for editorial and technological success with the ideal integration of all systems with AP ENPS via the MOS protocol. Staffers don’t have to leave their AP ENPS screen to add graphics and video to scripts or to view and edit graphics and video.

Used by more than 60,000 journalists in more than 60 countries, AP ENPS is the world’s most popular news production system, meeting increasingly demanding needs in television, radio and network news environments.

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