Worldnow Integrates Their Technology with the Associated Press
NEW YORK, April 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Worldnow, the leading online technology, content, video and revenue-solutions company for local media, has announced that they have integrated their technology with the Associated Press' ENPS. During this year's NAB, they will showcase their continued progress in strategy for enterprise newsroom integration.
This strategic initiative delivers an integrated and efficient workflow between ENPS' newsroom system and Worldnow's Enterprise Content Publishing platform. Worldnow recently inked deals with Fox Television Stations and Meredith and is used by 40% of US broadcasters for web, mobile, social and video publishing.
In the new integrated workflow you can post content directly from ENPS Newsroom Rundown for simultaneous transmission into the Worldnow Enterprise Content Publishing platform to push across web, video, social and mobile platforms. In addition, in the very near future, Worldnow will provide the transmission of content from their Enterprise Content Publishing platform to ENPS.
A news producer no longer is required to copy and paste from one system to another, thereby streamlining the publishing processes for maximum scale and efficiency.
"We are thrilled to join forces with the Associated Press and to be able to provide our mutual clients with the benefits of a truly integrated newsroom workflow," said Bob Mischel, Worldnow's COO and CFO. "Worldnow's market penetration makes us a powerhouse in local media and we look forward to rolling out our seamless workflow to our 400+ clients."
The Associated Press is demonstrating the integration at their booth at NAB 2012 for those who want to stop by to learn more.
"Our partnership with the Associated Press is essential to providing our clients with the best in class for newsroom workflow integration," said Joe Sticca, SVP Digital Product Development for Worldnow.
"Their workflow allows our clients to focus on productivity and is critical when it comes to breaking news," said Robert Forsyth, Lead Digital Architect for Worldnow. "We are excited about the competitive advantages it will bring our clients."
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Worldnow provides industry leading online publishing and revenue solutions for local media. Our cost efficient publishing platforms include innovative CMS solutions for site management, video and mobile publishing. Our online revenue solutions include a national advertising network, packaged local sales programs, classifieds and comprehensive sales training and support. Our online media, technology, and marketing teams have extensive experience in helping local media companies build profitable businesses on the Web. We support our technologies and services with in-depth strategic consultation incorporating market leading best practices for managing successful online businesses. Our full service solutions and support enable our clients to realize greater real-world profitability from their investment. Leverage our experience built over 13 years in partnership with more than 400 local media properties. Current Worldnow customers include: Allbritton, CBS Local Digital Media, Cox, Dispatch, Fisher, Fox Television Stations, Gray, Griffin, Heritage Broadcasting, Hoak Media, Landmark, Lilly Broadcasting, Londen Media Group, London Broadcasting, Max Media, Meredith, New Age Media, Quincy, Raycom Media, Reiten TV, Sagamore Hill, Titan, Waterman, West Virginia Media, and Young Broadcasting. For more information please visit www.worldnow.com.