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V-Soft to Hold Broadcast Allocations Training Seminar at 2012 NAB Show
Las Vegas - Mar 9, 2012 - V-Soft will hold its 9th annual training seminar on using V-Soft software during the 2012 NAB Show. The training will include subjects relating to AM, FM, TV and microwave. Demonstration projects to be covered include move-ins, channel changes, upgrading, predicting interference and coverage, and STL allocations.
The one and three-quarter day seminar is scheduled for April 14-15 at the Excalibur Hotel and Casino. Depending on attendee interests, the seminar may be divided into interest groups. Attendees should bring a laptop to follow along using their own software.
The cost for the seminar is $650 for advanced enrollment, before March 15, 2012 and $750 thereafter. The seminar includes breakfast and lunch on both days. A block of rooms at the Excalibur has been reserved for attendees who enroll before March 15.
Software training instructors will include Doug Vernier, president; John Gray, director of research and development; and Kate English, technical consultant.
Register with the form available online. For more info, contact Kate English at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-743-3684.
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