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Dietrich, Frank. The Computer: A Tool for Thought-Experiments. Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah, Department of Communication, undated.
Geever, Martha. "New York Media Group Spins Its Reels in Rochester." Afterimage (1983).
Furlong, Lucinda. "Tracking Video Art: Image Processing as a Genre." Art Journal (1985).
Furlong, Lucinda. "Television/Society/Art symposium, The Kitchen." Afterimage (1981).
Cavaliere, Barbara. "Concepts in Performance: Taka Iimura." Soho Weekly News (1979).
Collins, Dan. "Electronic Linguistics: Taka Iimura." ArtWeek 11, no. 41 (1980).
Iimura, Takahiko. Annotations 3--Frequencies: Investigations into Culture, History and Technology: Identity in the Video of Takahiko Iimura. London: Institute of International Visual Arts, 1998.
Chin, Daryl. "The Video Art of Takahiko Iimura." FILM AND VIDEO: Takahiko Iimura (1990).
Hanhardt, John. Taka Iimura's "I=YOU=HE/SHE". NY, NY: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1979.
Iimura, Takahiko. "Talking to Myself: Phenomenological Operation." Anthology Film Archives Notes (1990).
Kite, Laddy. "Video Conference Held at Albany." Afterimage (1974).
Sturken, Marita. "Out of Sync: Electronic Visions at the Hudson River Museum." Afterimage (1983).
Sturken, Marita. The Politics of Video Memory: Electronic Erasures and Inscriptions from Resolutions: Contemporary Video Practices. University of Minnesota Press, 1996.
Grant, Roberta. "Ralph Hocking and the Experimental Television Center." Videoscope 1, no. 2 (1977).
Mooney, Karen. "Gerald O'Grady: The Perspective from Buffalo." Videoscope 1, no. 2 (1977).
Landnzan, Katherine. "The Kitchen." Videoscope 1, no. 2 (1977).
Betancourt, Michael. "Motion Perception in Movies and Painting: Towards a New Kinetic Art." Ctheory (2002).
Burris, Jon. "Did the Portapak Cause Video Art? Notes on the Formation of a New Medium." Millennium Film Journal 29 (1996).
Hocking, Sherry Miller. "Saving the Images: A Report from the Looking Back/Looking Forward Symposium." The Squealer 13, no. 2 (2002).
Stern, Gerd. Educational Communications Centers and the Television Arts Conference: November 22, 1974 - Media, Information and Then? In Educational Communications Centers and the Television Arts Conference: November 22, 1974. Vol. November. University Center at Albany, 1974.
The Film., undated.
Aldighieri, Merrill. Confessions of a Pixil-Picker., 2004.
Troy, Maria, and Steve Seid. "Back to the Future of Television: National Center for Experiments in Television Preservation Project Progress Report." MAIN (1999).
Stein, Anne-Marie. "The Passing of an Era: Boston Film/Video Foundation." MAIN, no. Spring (2004).
Hudlin, Warrington, and George P. Cunningham. Black Filmmakers, Black Audiences, and Public Television Programming: An Examination of Issues and Options for the Future. Presented at the Conference Television Makers and Public Communications Policy. New York, New York: Rockefeller Foundation Arts Program, 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.
Halleck, DeeDee. Mind Power. Presented at the Conference Television Makers and Public Communications Policy. New York, New York: Rockefeller Foundation Arts Program, 1979.
Tambellini, Aldo. A Brief History of "6673". New York, New York, 2003.
Grossman, Peter Z.. "Getting into the Act: Video in Live Performance." Videography 3, no. 3 (1978).
Dominick, Ken. Notes on Videotape and TV., 1972.

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