News | 11/30/2006 5:00 am EST
At the same meeting where it voted to re-brand itself as Interactive Ontario (see CNM Short Takes), the New Media Business Alliance also voted to make changes to its board of directors. The current board will be dissolved at the organization’s next annual general meeting and reconstituted with a new board. The new directors will take two year terms, instead of the current three year terms, and the number of directors will be increased from nine to 15 to create minimum levels of representation from games, mobile and eLearning companies. "It is important that we have strong voices from each sector at the board table," said NMBA president Ian Kelso in a press release. "The interactive media industry is very diverse and complex but games, mobile and eLearning have emerged with some distinct needs and priorities when it comes to policy and program development."
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