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Jacobs, Ken. Ralph Poem., 1982.
Zimmermann, Patricia. Reverse Engineering., 2005.
Dzwonkoski, Julia, and Kyle Potter. Reverse Engineers. Tonawanda, NY: Carnegie Art Center, 2005.
Rhizome ArtBase Management Policy. NY, NY: Rhizome, 2002.
Furlong, Lucinda. Set in Motion: The New York State Council on the Arts Celebrates 30 Years of Independents - Film and Video Works Funded, Edited by Lucinda Furlong. New York, NY: The New York State Council on the Arts, 1994.
Minkowsky, John. Some Notes on Vasulka Video - 1973-74., 1978.
Zimmermann, Patricia R.. States of Emergency: Documentaries, Wars, Democracies. University of Minnesota Press, 2000.
Turim, Maureen, and Scott Nygren. Steina and Woody Vasulka: Machine Media - Reading the Tools, Writing the Image., 1996.
Stern, Rudi. Stern Media Information., 1975.
Strengthening the Media Arts in New York State : A Statewide Media Arts Convening and NAMAC Regional Meeting. Panel Discussion.. ETC, 2004.
Strengthening the Media Arts in New York State : A Statewide Media Arts Convening and NAMAC Regional Meeting. New Technologies. ETC, 2004.
Strengthening the Media Arts in New York State : A Statewide Media Arts Convening and NAMAC Regional Meeting. Agenda. Participants. Screening.. ETC, 2004.
Hanhardt, John. Strengthening the Media Arts in New York State : John Hanhardt. ETC, 2004.
Hanhardt, John. Taka Iimura's "I=YOU=HE/SHE". NY, NY: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1979.
DeMartino, Nick. The Case for a Center for Independent Television. Presented at the Conference Television Makers and Public Communications Policy. NY, NY: Rockefeller Foundation, 1979.
Ruiz, Jose Luis. The Case for Hispanic Recognition (The Case Against a Single Center for Independent Television). Presented at the Conference Television Makers and Public Communications Policy. NY, NY: Rockefeller Foundation, 1979.
Quasha, George. The Dialogical Mode., 1982.
The Electronic Gallery. Binghamton , NY: University Art Gallery, Binghamton University, 1983.
The Electronic Image: A Touring Workshop by Ralph Hocking and the Experimental Television Center. Albany, NY: Statewide Programs in the Arts, 1979.
Dordick, H. S.. The Emerging Technologies and the Nation's Demographics: Telecommunications Programming Opportunities. Presented at the Conference Television Makers and Public Communications Policy. New York, New York: Rockefeller Foundation Arts Program, 1979.
The Film., undated.
Reilly, John. The Independents, Media Arts Centers and Public Television. Presented at the Conference Television Makers and Public Communications Policy. NY, NY: Rockefeller Foundation, 1979.
Sanz, Luciana. The Language of Video., undated.
Sturken, Marita. The Politics of Video Memory: Electronic Erasures and Inscriptions from Resolutions: Contemporary Video Practices. University of Minnesota Press, 1996.
Sherman, Tom. The Premature Birth of Video Art. Syracuse, NY: self-published, 2007.
Day, James. The Television Establishment, the Independent Producer and the Search for Diversity. Presented at the Conference Television Makers and Public Communications Policy. NY, NY: Rockefeller Foundation, 1979.
Culler, Jeremy. Toward a Noncommercial Technology: The Development of Image-Processed Video in the 1960s and 1970s. FL: self-published, 2004.
Transcript from The International Video Art Symposium. Kingston, Ontario, Canada: Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queens Univeristy. Fleming., 1979.
Minkowsky, John. Two Early Video Portraits. One-Eyed Bum by Andy Mann (1974, 6 minutes, b/w, sound). Ama L'uomo Tuo (Always Love Your Man) by Cara DeVito (1974, 20 min. b/w, sound)., 1978.
Bode, Peer. UBER ORGAN ( body of life )., 2003.

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