The Associated Press will be showcasing AP ENPS and AP Playbook updates in April at the annual convention of the National Association of Broadcasters in Las Vegas. Find us in the central hall at booth C4008. Registration is open and free with code LV6844 until March 31st.
During NAB, the team will be previewing AP ENPS 9.5. The release includes key updates such as the highly requested dark mode, re-slugging stories with grouped segments, editing rundown columns from ENPS Mobile, and auto-pinning search results. In addition to the benefits for users, this release includes updated core components that bring a range of security and performance benefits.
“Our team is squarely focused on delivering solutions that drive user efficiencies and allow journalists to focus on telling stories and informing their communities,” said Brian Doyle, Director of Product Management for ENPS and Playbook. “Equally important for our team is security and we’re pleased that we can deliver up-to-date third-party components within each release. We’re very excited to share how these updates serve those goals and our forward strategy at NAB 2023.”
In addition to AP ENPS 9.5, AP Playbook 9.5 will include a revamped user interface. The update will provide a refreshed look and feel to AP Playbook, making it even more user-friendly.
The Associated Press is committed to providing customers with best-in-class technology. More than 60 different newsrooms around the world are making the switch to ENPS during 2023, which makes this one of AP’s busiest years in recent memory. This is an important year for new customer installations and new product development, with significant new solutions and enhanced functionality to share with customers and prospects throughout the year.