IMDA Plans Meeting at CES
Las Vegas - Dec 31, 2008 - As the consumer electronics industry looks to see continuing growth, a group has been formed to define standards, functions and profiles and promote Internet media technology to consumers and retailers. The Internet Media Device Alliance was formed at the Internet Radio Summit in 2008. Membership is open to CE OEMs, retailers, broadcasters, content providers, device manufacturers and technology providers. The group will hold its first meeting at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Companies interested in participating in the group can attend the IMDA's inaugural general assembly on Jan. 9. Register on the IMDA website at this link.
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