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Boyle, Deirdre. Video Classics: A Guide to Video Art and Documentary Tapes. Phoenix, NY: Onyx Press, 1986.
Boyle, Deirdre. "Documentary Video Classics - A Core Collection." Sightlines 16, no. 3 (1983).
Boyle, Deirdre. "Growing Up Wired." American Film (1982).
Boyle, Deirdre. "Whatever Happened to Guerrilla TV?" Videography 9, no. 12 (1984).
Boyle, Deirdre. "Ithaca Video Festival." Televisions 8, no. 40545 (1981): 1-28.
Boyle, Deirdre. "Video Playback: Less is More, and Othe Video Verities." Sightlines (1982).
Boyle, Deirdre. "Edin Velez, Too." Sightlines (1985).
Braemer, Dorothea. "An Email Interview with Harun Farocky." The Squealer 15, no. 1 (2004): 11.
Brand, Stewart. The Media Lab: Inventing the Future at MIT. NY: Viking, 1987.
Brecht, Bertolt. "Radio as a Means of Communication, A Talk on the Function of Radio. Translated by Stuart Hood." Screen 20, no. 40606 (1979).
Brewster, Richard. Computer-Based Processing Video Synthesizer System Diagram. Binghamton, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1977.
Brewster, Richard. Element Buss Designation, MITS, Altair 8800 Compatible. ETC, undated.
Brewster, Richard. Voltage Control and the Analog Synthesizer - from Experimental Television Center Studio System Manual., 1978.
Brewster, Richard, and Dave Jones. System II. Binghamton, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1977.
Brewster, Richard. Experimental Television Center System Notes by Richard Brewster. Owego, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1980.
Brewster, Richard. Computer-Based Video Synthesizer Hardware Documentation for project supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York State Council on the Arts. Binghamton, New York: Experimental Television Center, Ltd., 1977.
Brewster, Richard, and Dave Jones. System I, Sequencer. Binghamton, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1978.
Brewster, Richard. Hocking System: D+7A Input/ Output Extension Box. Binghamton, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1979.
Brewster, Richard, Don McArthur, and David Jones. Experimental Television Center LSI-11 Computer System Documentation. Owego, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1977.
Brewster, Richard, and Dave Jones. System I, Keyers and Voltage Controlled Amplifiers (VCA's). Binghamton, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1978.
Brewster, Richard. Experimental Television Center, Brewster Analog System (Analog Synthesizer). Owego, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1979.
Brewster, Richard. Experimental Television Center Buffer Memory Schematics. Binghamton, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1977.
Brewster, Richard. Hubbell Adapter Schematics for ETC Dimmers., undated.
Brewster, Richard, and Dave Jones. System I, General Schematics. Binghamton, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1978.
Brewster, Richard. Experimental Television Center Analog Synthesizer. Owego, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1978.
Brill, Amy. The Digital Directory: Art and Technology Resources in New York State, Edited by Amy Brill. NYC, NY: New York Foundation for the Arts in partnership with the New York State Council on the Arts, 1999.
Bronson, A. A., and Peggy Gale. Performance by Artists, Edited by A. A. Bronson. Toronto: Art Metropole, 1979.
The Second Emerging Expression Biennial: The Artist and the Computer. Bronx, NY: Bronx Museum, 1987.
Brown, George. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: George Brown, Video Sequencer (a.k.a. Field Flip/Flop Switcher, with digital control), 1972, Multikeyer (Analog with digital control), 1973., Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.
Brown, George, and David Dunn. "Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: George Brown, Video Sequencer (a.k.a. Field Flip/Flop Switcher, with digital control), 1972, Multikeyer (Analog with digital control), 1973. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art, .", 1992.

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