Survey on Online Media Arts Presentation Standards 

Thank you for completing this survey as part of IMAA’s project on Online Media Arts Presentation Standards. 

Please circulate this survey trough your media artists network!

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The sudden surge of new presentation models exposes an urgent need to formalize standards for streaming and other types of online presentation of media arts. Current recommended fee schedules in Canada only partially reflect these new models and lack consensus on recommended minimum fees or presentation standards.
To address these issues, IMAA is engaging in a national conversation with media artists, arts service organizations, media arts festivals and independent distributors, galleries and other presenters. We want to establish a minimum fee schedule and create a best practice guide on intellectual property, remuneration, accessibility and technical issues for the presentation of media arts online.

The present survey is intended for Canadian representatives of media arts organizations and media artists or independent producers. Responses are collected anonymously. Only aggregated data will be shared with the IMAA network or otherwise made public.

Terms used in the survey are defined in this glossary.
If you require assistance to fill-out the survey or would like to provide responses over the phone, please contact Marilyne Parent at

Please respond to this survey by May 9, 2021.



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