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Radio Corporation of America (RCA). Electronic Components & Devices. Field Service Guide, Volume 2: RCA Color TV Receivers.. Camden, NJ: Radio Corporation of America (RCA)., 1967.
Radio Corporation of America (RCA). Industrial Electronic Products. Broadcast and Television Equipment. Instructions: Type TA-4A Pulse Distribution Amplifier, MI-26158.. Camden, NJ: Radio Corporation of America (RCA)., undated.
Radio Corporation of America (RCA). Large Monitor, Figure 55. Schematic Diagram, Power Supply.. Radio Corporation of America (RCA)., undated.
Type TA-19B Processing Amplifier System NTSC. Camden, NJ: RCA Commercial Electronic Systems, 1972.
Type PK-730A Single Vidicon Color Camera. Burbank, CA: RCA Commercial Electronic Systems, undated.
Real Time Design, Inc.. DATAMAX UV-1 Zgrass GLOSSARY & Zgrass LESSONS.. Chicago, IL: Real Time Design, Inc., 1981.
Rebouf, R.. "Nam June Paik: Historical Juxtapositions." Artweek 13, no. 2 (1982).
Rees, A. L.. A History of Experimental Film and Video. British Film Inst, 1999.
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Reeves, Daniel. I am not so sure I know what I am doing anymore with this work...., 1997.
Reichardt, Jasia. Cybernetic Serendipity: The Computer and the Arts. NY: Studio International and Frederick Praeger, 1969.
Reichardt, Jasia. Cybernetic Serendipity: The Computer and the Arts, Edited by Jasia Reichardt. New York: Praeger, 1969.
Reid, T. L.. "Constructing Eternity: An Interview with Van McElwee." Afterimage Vol. 28, no. No. 1 (2000).
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Reilly, John. Global Village. Global Village, 1978.
Reilly, John, and Stefan Moore.. "The Making of the Irish Tapes." Filmmakers Newsletter December (1975).
Reilly, James M., and Edward Zinn Douglas Nishimura. New Tools for Preservation: Assessing Long-Term Environmental Effects on Library and Archives Collections. Rochester, NY: Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology., 1995.
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.
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Renov, Michael, and Erika Suderburg. Resolutions : Contemporary Video Practices, Edited by Michael Renov. University of Minnesota Press, 1996.
del Renzio, Toni. "The TV Aesthetic." Art and Artists 9, no. 8 (1974).
Restany, Pierre. "The Videomonster: The Immense and Fragile Hope of Popular Art." Domus (1975).
Rheingold, Howard. Virtual Reality: The Revolutionary Technology of COmputer-Generated Artificial Worlds - and How It Promises to Transform Society. NY: Touchstone, 1991.
Rhizome ArtBase Management Policy. NY, NY: Rhizome, 2002.
Rhodes, Charles W.. FCC guidelines as of the First Order and Report of March 17, 1971, Docket 1842. Beavertown, OR: Tektronix., 1972.
Rhodes, Gabe. "Squeaky Wheel Celebrates Ten Years." MAIN (undated).
Rice, Lloyd D., and James L. Cooper. Computalker Model CT-1 Speech Synthesizer. Sant Monica, CA: Computalker Consultants, 1976.
Rice, Shelley. "Conjunctions: The Video Installations of Lauren Ewing." Afterimage 11, no. 40545 (1983).