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InfoComm Compelled to Clear Name

Terrorist Group Infocom in the News (December 05, 2001)
The ICIA announced that its international tradeshows and brand name, InfoComm, are in no way connected to a company with a similar name. In a U.S. Justice Department statement made Tuesday, a link was established between the Texas-based Holy Land Foundation, which according to the administration, is affiliated with the terror organization Hamas, and a company called Infocom.

ICIA is a 65-year-old non-profit trade association serving the audiovisual communications industry and headquartered in Fairfax Virginia. InfoComm (spelled with 2 "m"s and an intercap "C" is the well-known brand name used for ICIAs tradeshow and other services and products for the AV industry.

"ICIA stands firmly behind the Bush administration's efforts to combat terrorism," said Randal A. Lemke, PhD., ICIA's executive director. "We also want to eliminate any confusion between ICIA and the Infocom group identified by the Department of Justice."
ICIA is the founder of InfoComm, the premier trade exposition for audiovisual communications professionals who come to learn about the latest technologies and available services as well as new and alternative applications. InfoComm is the industry's most advanced educational and interactive annual event, offering cost-effective marketing opportunities to reach a highly targeted audience of decision-makers in the AV industry. ICIA also manages the InfoComm Asia, InfoComm China, InfoComm Europe and InfoComm Japan industry expositions.

For more information, visit the ICIA website at

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