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Hornbacher, Sara. Video: The Reflexive Medium - Editor's Statement, Edited by Sara Hornbacher. NY, NY: College Art Association, 1985.
Hornbacher, Sara. Artist's Video II: Video in the Boroughs. NY: Locus Communications, 1983.
Hornbacher, Sara. Artist's Video I: Video in the Boroughs. NY: Locus Communications and BACA, 1983.
Hollie, Paul. "Hocking is "Champion of the Arts"." unknown (1989).
Hocking, Sherry Miller. "Saving the Images: A Report from the Looking Back/Looking Forward Symposium." The Squealer 13, no. 2 (2002).
Hocking, Sherry Miller. "The Evolution of Thinking Machines." The Squealer 15, no. 1 (2004).
Hocking, Sherry Miller. "Reflections from Owego." The Squealer (1990).
Hocking, Ralph. G.R.I.D. - Works. Elmira, NY: The Arnot Museum, 1986.
Hocking, Sherry Miller. Landscape: Mediated Views. Rochester, NY: Visual Studies Workshop, 1998.
Hocking, Sherry Miller. Bibliography. Appendix to the Experimental Television Center Equipment Operating Manuals. Binghamton, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1983.
Hocking, Ralph. Motion: An Exhibition of Essentialist Film and Video. - Artist Statement. Utica, NY: Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, 1999.
Hocking, Sherry Miller. "The Evolution of Thinking Machines." The Squealer (2004).
Hill, Chris. Attention! Production! Audience!: Performing Video in its First Decade, 1968-1980.. Chicago: Video Data Bank, 1995.
Hill, Chris. "(Re)performing the Archive: Barbara Lattanzi and Hollis Frampton in Dialog." Millennium Film Journal No. 39/40, no. No. 39 / 40 (2003).
Hightower, John B.. NYS Council on the Arts 1969-70: Executive Director's Statement. NY, NY: New York State Council on the Arts, 1970.
High, Kathy, and Ralph Hocking. A Closer Look: Hidden Histories - Radical Learning, Radical Perception The History of the Experimental Television Center. San Francisco, CA: NAMAC, 2005.
Hess, John, and Patricia Zimmermann. "Transnational Documentaries: A Manifesto." Afterimage (1997).
Herzogenrath, Wulf. Video Tapes. In German and English. Kolnischer Kunstverein., 1974.
Herskowitz, Richard. The School of Experimental Viewing. From the Edison Black Maria Film and Video Festival., 1991.
Herskowitz, Richard. Media Buff: Media Art of Buffalo Being In Between, Edited by Richard Herskowitz. Ithaca, NY: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, 1988.
Hays, Ron. Music Image. The WGBH Music-Image Workshop Report of Activities: June 1972 through January 1974 Excerpts. Boston, MA: WGBH-TV, 1974.
Hanhardt, John. Strengthening the Media Arts in New York State : John Hanhardt. ETC, 2004.
Hanhardt, John. "The Passion for Perceiving: Expanded Forms of Film and Video Art in Art Journal: Video - The Reflexive Medium." Art Journal: Video - The Reflexive Medium Fall, no. 1985 (1985).
Hanhardt, John. Taka Iimura's "I=YOU=HE/SHE". NY, NY: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1979.
Halleck, DeeDee. Mind Power. Presented at the Conference Television Makers and Public Communications Policy. New York, New York: Rockefeller Foundation Arts Program, 1979.
Hall, David. Early Video Art: A look at a Controversial History from Diverse Practices: A Critical Reader on British Video Art , edited by Julia Knight. Arts Council of England and John Libbey, 1996.
Hagen, Charles, and Laddy Kite. "Walter Wright and his Amazing Video Machine." Afterimage 2, no. 10 (1975).

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