Media Investment Club
Club d'investissement media
Oct 1988, Cannes (France), by MEDIA Programme (MEDIA), representing European Commission (EC), and by the French 'Institut national de l'audiovisuel (INA)'. Also referred to as Club d'investissement MEDIA pour les technologies avancées. EU-funded Media Programme terminated Dec 1995.
Promote contacts among public or private industrial, commercial or financial firms in the European Union in support of the creation of audiovisual programmes produced via advanced technology; support projects which excel in innovation and creativity within the European Single Market.Available with paid subscription only.
Trains professionals and creators in advanced audiovisual techniques (digital imagery, special effects, digital video, high definition television); circulates information and transfers know-how particularly between industry, research centres and production companies. Sponsors or intervenes directly (although not as producer) complementing external partners, in 3 main areas: application of digital and computer techniques (computer graphics, computer-aided animation, special effects) in the audiovisual field; production of interactive, multi-media programmes (CD-I and CD-ROM linked to a computer); interactive television.
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Members in 5 countries
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- Audio, Visual
- Business Enterprises
- Innovative change
- Creative expression
- Creative expression
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