French audiovisual, radio, music, Web and live performance trainer CIFAP has received an educator license from Netia that allows the company to train audiovisual professionals in the use of the Radio-Assist digital audio automation software suite.
CIFAP has also purchased and installed Netia’s Radio-Assist 8.2 and integrated it into a studio designed for teaching skills that are critical to working in radio.
“Here in France, many of the largest radio broadcast groups are Netia users, so it was very logical that we would integrate Radio-Assist into our training facilities,” said Marie Kieffer, director of training at CIFAP. “Our course participants find that while the software is easy to learn and use, it offers a wide array of features that give users a wealth of opportunities in creating quality audio content.”
The CIFAP installation includes one sound server, a database and back office system, an Air-DDO broadcast module and seven Radio-Assist workstations.