V-Soft Plans Training at 2010 Radio Show
Cedar Falls, IA - Jun 3, 2010 - V-Soft Communications is again offering its broadcast software/engineering training seminar in conjunction with the Radio Show in Washington, DC. The one and three-quarter day seminar is scheduled immediately before the 2010 Radio Show, Sept. 28-29, at the Morrison-Clark Inn. The historic hotel is located five blocks from the Grand Hyatt, the host hotel of the Radio Show.
V-Soft has reserved a block of rooms at a discounted rate at the Morrison-Clark Inn specifically for training attendees.
The focus of the seminar may be shifted to meet the needs of the attendees and may include dividing into interest groups. The engineering studies to be covered will the V-Soft Probe 4, FMCommander, AM-Pro2, Microwave Pro and SearchTV products.
The cost is $950 for both days and includes breakfast and lunch. An early bird discount of $100 is available for registrations received before June 23, 2010. Training instructors will include Doug Vernier, president; John Gray, director of research and development; and Kate English, technical consultant.
Download the registration form from the V-Soft website.
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