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Horrigan, Bill. The Media Arts In Transition, Edited by Bill Horrigan. Minneapolis, MN: Walker Art Center, 1983.
Herzogenrath, Wulf. Nam June Paik: Fluxus Video, Edited by Wulf Herzogenrath. Munich: Verlag Silke Schreiber, 1983.
Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc. The Photofact Servicer, Set 1249.. Indianapolis, IN: Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc., 1972.
de Havilland, Robert. "Special Issue on Video." Print (1972).
Hindman, James. "A Survey of Alternative Video Part 2." AFI Edurational Newsletter 4, no. 3 (1980).
Hearn, William. EAB VideoLab Instruction Manual (Modules A-D). Berkeley, California: Electronic Associates of Berkeley, undated.
Haller, Robert A.. "various." Field of Vision,, no. 40796 (1980): 1-37.
Hallock, Don. "Don Hallock's Videola." Bay Guardian Calendar September 20 through October 4, 1973 (1973).
Hewlett Packard/ Sanborn Division. Operating and Service Manual. 60-1300, 60-1300B Sanborn Twin-Viso Recorder.. Waltham, MA: Hewlett Packard/ Sanborn Division., 1957.
Hara, Toshio, and Bjorn Tore Godal. Extended Points: Three Contemporary Artists from Norway.. Oslo, Norway: Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, 1998.
Hulser, Kathleen. "Artists Gain Access to Cable." Videography 10, no. 1 (1985).
Hagen, Charles, and Laddy Kite. "Breaking The Box: The Electronic Operas of Robert Ashley and Woody Vasulka." Artforum 23, no. 7 (1985).
Hocking, Ralph. "Video Experiments." Print (1972).
Hearn, William. 77 Videolab Voltage Controlled Colorizer, Genlock Version. Berkeley, California: Electronic Associates of Berkeley, 1976.
High, Kathy. "Shot/Reverse Shot: A Cross-Circuit Videologue." Felix: A Journal of Media Arts and Communication 1, no. 2 (1992).
Harris, Craig. "FAST." The Leonardo Almanac: International Resource in Art, Science and Technology (1993).
Dasgupta, Gautam, and Christopher Ho. Performing Arts Journal 56: Artaud at 100, Fassbinder Play, La MaMa in Vietnam, Janie Geiser Storyboard, New Video., Edited by Bonnie Marranca, Gautam Dasgupta and Daryl Chin. Baltimore, Maryland: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997.
Hall, Doug, and Sally Jo Fifer. Illuminating Video: An Essential Guide to Video Art, Edited by Doug Hall. New York, NY: Aperature in association with the Bay Area Video Coalition, 1990.
Hocking, Sherry Miller. Definitions., 1977.
Hearn, Bill. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: Bill Hearn: Vidium (Analog XYZ driver/sequencer), 1969., Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.
Hornbacher, Sara. American Community Video : Video in the Boroughs. NY: Locus Communications and BACA, 1983.
Herbach and Rademan, Inc.. Herbach and Rademan, Inc. "This Month: Electronics for Science and Industry".. Philadelphia, PA: Herbach and Rademan, Inc., 1980.
Howard, Brice. Dear David. San Francisco, CA: National Center for Experiments in Television, undated.
Barrett, Cyril. An introduction to Optical Art, Edited by David Herbert. England: Studio Vista Limited/ Dutton, 1971.
Hill, Gary. The Electronic Gallery. Binghamton , NY: University Art Gallery, Binghamton University, 1983.
Hayman, Randy. "Archiving Videotape." Audio Visual Communications (1991).
Haller, Robert, and Virgil Grillo. An Alliance for the Media Arts in America: A Report on the formation of the National Alliance of Media Arts Centers and its Founding Conference in Boulder, Colorado, May 29-31, 1980. Boulder, CO: Rocky Mountain Film Center, 1980.
Hallock, Don. Videola Proposal. National Center for Experiments in Television, 1974.
Houston Instrument Series 2000 and 3000 Recorders. Austin, TX: Houston Instrument (a division of Bausch and Lomb), undated.
Herzogenrath, Wulf. "Eight Pieces by Dan Graham." Studio lnternational (1972).