As Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos arrived in Norway to accept this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, Caracol TV’s correspondents were already broadcasting live from Oslo – thanks to the cooperation of TV2. Caracol’s TV promo for their coverage of the trip
In the six months since ENEX held its one-off production seminar at the European Parliament, on-the-spot lives by partners have increased dramtically.
That’s according to Oscar Fontao, of the Parliament’s Audio Visual Unit, who has taken the technical lead in making those lives a reality. Read more
ENEX’s 2016 General Assembly had everything a partner could possibly want – right down to a breaking news special event.
The main day of the conference – attended by around 70 delegates – coincided with the announcement that the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize had been won by Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos for his role in bringing the country’s 50-year civil war to an end.
And in true ENEX style, we turned it into a special SNG event so partners could report live into their home stations’ news programmes. Read more
There’s just a few days to go to ENEX’s General Assembly in Cartagena, Colombia. It is one of the most exciting destinations and most interesting agendas ever organised by ENEX. Our Colombian partners, Caracol, are making the final preparations to host ENEX delegates as they prepare to fly. Read more
In response to the recent decision of the Baku Court of Appeal to revoke the broadcasting licence of ANS Television in Azerbaijan, ENEX has sent the following letter to His Excellency Ilham Aliyev, President of Azerbaijan.
The letter calls for the ANS licence to be restored and underlines ENEX’s commitment to fair, balanced and unbiased reporting.
European Parliament Vice President Mairead McGuinness was among the guests at a Stronger Partnerships seminar designed to help place ENEX bang at the centre of the relationship between EU institutions and the public.
Ms McGuinness spoke of the importance of ensuring that the people who elect politicians are able to see that democracy in action.
ENEX’s expansion into the Middle East has gained another huge boost by the signing of Al Ghad Al Arabi. Al Ghad (which means The Channel was officially launched in Egypt in November 2015 although previously Al Ghad had been on the air from its London studios. It is headed by the well-known Egyptian journalist, author and former Head of Egypt’s News Centre, Abdel Latif el-Menawy.
ENEX’s Latin American partners have met in the Dominican Republic to hear about the latest ENEX innovations. Top of the list was the roll-out of new Streambox technology which allows partners, beyond the Eutelsat footprint, to more easily receive ENEX live content. ENEX has worked with its partners at Streambox and BCE to provide this new solution to its partner group. ENEX expects to provide more than 1600 live transmissions in 2016 as well as over 40,000 video items through its platform.