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V-Soft Broadcast Engineering Training at 2009 NAB Radio
Cedar Falls, IA - Sep 8, 2009 - V-Soft Communications has scheduled its software training seminar for Sept. 22 and 23 immediately preceding the 2009 NAB Radio Show in Philadelphia. The company needs at least 10 attendees to recover costs. The training will run for approximately 1.75 days and will feature how to get the most out of Probe 3 and 4 as well as FM Commander, AM-Pro 2 and Microwave-Pro. The program will be taught by Doug Vernier, John Gray and technical consultant Kate Michler.
In the past year alone there have been many important changes and upgrades made to the V-Soft software. Breakfast and lunch will be provided on both days. The price for registration is $550. Please FAX or e-mail the registration form to Kate Michler.
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