RCS Launches Selector Training
White Plains, NY - May 20, 2002 - RCS Sound Software is providing one and two-day training classes in its Selector Music Scheduling software. The one-day classes are for novice users of the software and the two-day classes are for advanced users, but both sessions cover all the primary areas of music rotation theory, dayparting, clocks, plus a wide variety of customization tips and tricks applicable for each format.
The classes will be conducted by the RCS Tech Support Department at the new state-of-the-art training facility at RCS World Headquarters in White Plains, NY. Those attending are encouraged to bring their own station's Selector music databases to work with, for instant problem-solving and real-world solutions.
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