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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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IMPRIMATUR's 15 members include ALCS, Bertelsmann AG, the British Library, CISAC, CliPet Communications, Digicash, EUSIDIC, Florence University, IFPI, ILC Ltd, Imperial College, the Interactive Multimedia Association, Teles GmbH, Telia AB, and Thomson Multimedia.
NOTE: The IMA logo is a trademark of the Interactive Multimedia Association and is not to be used without permission.
In addition to Oracle, CI Labs full members include: IntelligentPad Consortium, Interactive Multimedia Association, Lotus Development Corp.
BUSINESS WIRE)--June 23, 1995--The Interactive Multimedia Association (IMA) announced today its draft Uniform Label for Multimedia Titles, created to ease the often frustrating experience of consumer selection of CD-ROM and other multimedia titles suited to their computer system's capabilities.
BUSINESS WIRE)--June 13, 1995--The Interactive Multimedia Association (IMA) announced today the election of its new officers for the coming year:
For information or interviews, call: Interactive Multimedia Association Ken Christie 317/823-5073.
BUSINESS WIRE)--May 23, 1995--The Interactive Multimedia Association (IMA) announced today the release of its draft Recommended Practice for Multimedia Data Exchange, based on technologies submitted for consideration by Apple Computer and Avid Technology.

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