News Service

At ENEX we believe in the strength of partnerships. Our news service prides itself on accurate, in-time video news on a variety of subjects.  Our news items are between 1-7 minutes long and have English-language metadata attached.

Our members contribute more than 40,000 news videos yearly to our news service. NEP (News Exchange Platform), our cloud based exchange platform is the heart of the exchange.

ENEX stories are the stories that are our members create for their own news. They are based on the local insight and expertise that ensures reliability, relevance and exclusivity.

News of the day

We focus on the news of the day including political, business and financial news, accidents, natural and man-made disasters, riots, reporting on armed conflict and terrorism. We are free of any national or regional bias and report on events as they unfold, around the world.


B-Stories or Features are custom-made journalism by member broadcasters  and focus on a particular story that has hit the news and warrants deeper research. Areas of interest are reports on armed conflicts and humanitarian crises or on the human side of economic and financial news.


A broad portfolio of items in the fields of entertainment (music, films, television, celebrities and), sports (especially premium football from Europe’s big leagues Spain, Germany, the UK, France and Italy) and weather (delivering you pictures on floods, wild fires, thunderstorms etc)


ENEX members contribute with live coverage of breaking news that become instantly available to our network through our satellite.

ENEX’s history is deeply steeped in news gathering and ENEX Live has thus always played an extremely important part in the organisation.  Events covered include press conferences, public announcements and election coverage, as well as breaking news delivery in the case of accidents, disasters and armed conflict.

Our Delivery Platform: NEP ( News Exchange Platform)

The ENEX network exchanges its news videos on its new NEP platform replacing the previous system Newslink.

Following 4 years of development, ENEX has officially launched its new AI assisted video distribution platform at a meeting of its partnership group at the European Parliament in Brussels in February 2024.  The News Exchange Platform (NEP) is developed by BCE and is also being utilized by the European Broadcasting Union.

The new platform allows users to translate scripts from most European languages and transcribe voice-tracks and interviews into multiple languages. The project has been partly funded by a grant from the European Commission.