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IMA

(Interactive Multimedia Association, Annapolis, MD) An earlier trade association founded in 1988 originally as the Interactive Video Industry Association. It provided an open process for adopting existing technologies and was involved in subjects such as networked services, scripting languages, data formats and intellectual property rights.
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Conor was a joint winner of the British Interactive Multimedia Association Award in 1991.
The Interactive Multimedia Association is an international trade association with more than 280 member companies and organizations representing all areas of the multimedia industry.
Comcowich, president and CEO of UltiTech is former chairman of the Interactive Multimedia Association (IMA), now part of the Software Publishers Association.
The gallery opened to the public early in 1990 as a joint venture between the Interactive Multimedia Association and International Developers Inc.
Altec Lansing is showcasing a variety of its surround sound technologies with Dolby Labs at this week's Interactive Multimedia Association Expo '96 at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City.

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