CIFAP Installs Netia Radio-Assist to Support Training Program
Oct 14, 2014 10:49 AM
CLARET, FRANCE�Netia has granted CIFAP, a French audiovisual, radio, music, Web and live performance trainer, an educator license 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 radio skills.
�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.�
More than 200 audiovisual companies depend on the school to train their employees and keep them at the forefront of current media and entertainment technologies. Those who earn a Netia training certificate at CIFAP also gain a competitive advantage in the industry.
The Netia installation at CIFAP includes one sound server, a database and back office system, an Air-DDO broadcast module, and seven Radio-Assist workstations.
Netia provides radio automation, media asset, and workflow management solutions to major radio and television brands and to multimedia groups.