NEW YORK, April 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Worldnow, the leading online technology, content, video and Revenue-solutions Company for local media, has announced that it has integrated its Enterprise Content Publishing platform (Web, mobile, social media and video) with ENPS. During the NAB Show, starting this weekend in Las Vegas, the company will showcase its strategy for enterprise newsroom integration. This strategic initiative delivers an integrated and efficient, bi-directional workflow between the ENPSnewsroom system and Worldnow's Enterprise Content Publishing platform. In the new enhanced, bi-directional integrated workflow, you can post content directly to and from ENPS for simultaneous transmission into the Worldnow Enterprise Content Publishing platform to push across web, video, social and mobile platforms. A news producer is no longer required to copy and paste from one system to another, thereby streamlining the publishing processes for maximum scale and efficiency. "We are thrilled to continue and grow our ENPS relationship and to be able to provide our mutual clients with the benefits of a truly integrated bi-directional newsroom workflow," said Gary Gannaway, Worldnow's CEO. "Worldnow's market penetration makes us a powerhouse in local media and we look forward to continue to roll out our seamless/scaled publishing workflow to our more than 400+ clients." "Our partnership with ENPS is essential to providing our clients with the best in class bi-directional newsroom publishing workflow integration enabling economy of scale," said Joe Sticca, SVP Product Management & Development for Worldnow. "The integration with ENPS workflow allows our clients to focus on productivity and is critical when it comes to breaking news workflow and time to market," said Liza Watts, VP, Product Management at Worldnow. "We are excited about the competitive advantages it will bring our clients." In the last 3 years, 12 of 12 RFP's for platform services sought by broadcasters have been awarded to Worldnow giving them the #1 market share serving over 450+ local broadcasters around the country, covering over 80% of US households.