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IMPAC rep refutes claim that its national new media association is “in limbo”

News | 05/31/2000 4:00 am EDT
The general manager of the Interactive Multimedia Producers Association of Canada (IMPAC) is dismissing suggestions that the fledgling association is losing momentum just nine months after its formation. Responding to recent comments made by a former executive of the group, Claude Dugas says IMPAC's low public profile should not be construed as an association in limbo (CNM, May 18/00). Rather he explains that the group's executive committee is working behind the scenes with both government and industry to develop a national agenda for digital media. Building a national association is part of that exercise, he adds.

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