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News | 03/20/2006 5:00 am EST

Quebec’s Institut national de l’image et du son (National Institute for Image and Sound, or INIS), the province’s foremost professional training institute for media producers of all stripes, has announced a new executive committee for 2006. Patrick Roy, VP at Alliance Atlantis Vivafilm, the Toronto-based programmer’s Quebec distribution arm, has assumed the role of VP, cinema at INIS, while Zone3 VP of creative and executive producer Michel Bissonette has been named VP, television. Éric Chartrand, lead game designer at Electronic Arts, will move into the VP, interactive media spot, while Louise Gendron of Télé-Québec becomes secretary-treasurer of the executive committee.

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