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img or IMG is an abbreviation for image

img or IMG may also refer to:

  • IMG (company), global sports and media business headquartered in New York City but with its main offices in Cleveland, originally known as the "International Management Group", with divisions including:
    • IMG Academy, an athletic training complex in Bradenton, Florida with facilities for multiple sports
    • IMG Artists, a performing arts management company with multiple worldwide offices
    • IMG College, a college sports marketing agency based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina
    • IMG Models, a modeling agency based in New York
  • IMG (file format), the file extension of several different disk image formats which store a full digital representation (image) of disk drive or storage media
  • IMG, a prefix for camera image file names commonly used in Design rule for Camera File system
  • [img], a tag used in BBCode to place an image
  • <img>, an HTML element used to place an image; see
  • Inside Mac Games, a game news site for the Macintosh
  • Integrated Microbial Genomes System, a framework for comparative analysis of the genomes sequenced by the Joint Genome Institute
  • International Marxist Group, a Trotskyist group in Britain between 1968 and 1982
  • International medical graduate, a physician who has graduated from a medical school outside of the country in which he or she intends to practice
  • International Medical Group (Uganda), a conglomerate of health-related businesses headquartered in Kampala, Uganda
  • Iterated monodromy group, a concept in mathematics related to symbolic dynamics
IMG (company)

IMG, originally known as the International Management Group, is a global sports, other events and talent management company headquartered in New York City. It is owned by William Morris Endeavor and Silver Lake Partners since 2013. Trans World International (TWI) is the event company of IMG.

IMG (file format)

IMG, in computing, refers to binary files with the .img filename extension that store raw disk images of floppy disks, hard drives, or optical discs.