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Hill, Chris. "(Re)performing the Archive: Barbara Lattanzi and Hollis Frampton in Dialog." Millennium Film Journal No. 39/40, no. No. 39 / 40 (2003).
Chris, Cynthia. "Video art: dead or alive?" Afterimage, no. November December (1996).
Dzwonkoski, Julia, and Kyle Potter. Reverse Engineers. Tonawanda, NY: Carnegie Art Center, 2005.
Meeting April 15, 1978: Meryl Blackman, Peer Bode, Paul Davis, Ralph Hocking, Sherry Miller, Steina Vasulka, Walter Wright, Neil Zusman.. Binghamton, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1978.
Electronic Arts Series: January - May 1977. Buffalo, NY: Media Study/Buffalo, 1977.
Hocking, Sherry Miller. Bibliography. Appendix to the Experimental Television Center Equipment Operating Manuals. Binghamton, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1983.
Minkowsky, John. Program Notes for The Moving Image State-Wide: 13 Tapes by 8 Videomakers. Buffalo, NY: Media Study/Buffalo, 1978.
Dieckmann, Katherine. "Electra Myths: Video, Modernism, Postmodernism." Art Journal: Video - The Reflexive Medium Fall, no. 1985 (1985).
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).
Buchloh, Benjamin H. D.. "From Gadget Video to Agit Video in Art Journal: Video - The Reflexive Medium." Art Journal: Video - The Reflexive Medium Fall, no. 1985 (1985).
Gever, Martha. "Pressure Points: Video in the Public Sphere in Art Journal: Video - The Reflexive Medium." Pressure Points: Video in the Public Sphere in Art Journal: Video - The Reflexive Medium Fall, no. 1985 (1985).
Collins, Tricia, and Richard Milazzo. "The New Sleep: Stasis and the Image-Bound Environment." Art Journal: Video - The Reflexive Medium Fall, no. 1985 (1985).
London, Barbara. "Video: A Selected Chronology, 1963-1983." Art Journal: Video - The Reflexive Medium Fall, no. 1985 (1985).
Hays, Ron. Music Image. The WGBH Music-Image Workshop Report of Activities: June 1972 through January 1974 Excerpts. Boston, MA: WGBH-TV, 1974.
Feldman, Seth. Exprmntl5 Catalog for Media Study. Buffalo, NY: Media Study/Buffalo, 1974.
Fessler, Floyd. "Has TV Finally Become An Art?" California Living (1973).
Leogrande, Ernest. "The Video Stretch." Daily News (1973).
Tajchman, E. J.. "The Incredible Animation Machine." Videography 2, no. 11 (1977).
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.
Sherman, Tom. The Premature Birth of Video Art. Syracuse, NY: self-published, 2007.
Ross, David. David Ross: The Success of the Failure of Video.. ETC, 1998.
Tennant, Carolyn. Video Rewind: A Seminar on Early Video History with Deirdre Boyle, Barbara London, Paul Ryan and Perry Teasdale., Edited by Carolyn Tennant. ETC, 1998.
Hanhardt, John. Strengthening the Media Arts in New York State : John Hanhardt. ETC, 2004.
Ancona, Victor. "Jazzing Up the Home Screen (Carol Goss)." Videography 4, no. 10 (1979).
Webber, Mark. Evolution : Aldo Tambellini - Electromedia & The Black Film Series. UK: Lumen, 2007.
Strengthening the Media Arts in New York State : A Statewide Media Arts Convening and NAMAC Regional Meeting. New Technologies. ETC, 2004.
Schreiber, Rachael. "Net.art: Shedding the Utopian Moment?" Link 7 (2001).
Turim, Maureen. "Artisanal Prefigurations of the Digital: Animating Realities, Collage Effects, and Theories of Image Manipulation." Wide Angle 21, no. 1 (1999).
Wright, Walter. Multimedia Performance: Beginnings. Boston, MA, 2006.
Thompson, Seth. "Evolving traditions: artists working in New Media." Afterimage (2003).

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