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Minkowsky, John. Electronic Visions. Yonkers, NY: The Hudson River Museum, 1984.
Minkowsky, John. Program Notes for The Moving Image State-Wide: 13 Tapes by 8 Videomakers. Buffalo, NY: Media Study/Buffalo, 1978.
Milano, Susan. Women's Video Festival - Introduction., 1976.
Minkowsky, John. Some Notes on Vasulka Video - 1973-74., 1978.
Experimental Television Center, Dr. Don McArthur, and Ralph Hocking. New York State Council on the Arts Proposal: Don McArthur - Systems Approach to Video Art. 1975.., 1975.
Miller, Sherry. "Electronic Video Image Processing: Notes Toward a Definition." Exposure 21, no. 3 (1983).
Electronic Arts Series: January - May 1977. Buffalo, NY: Media Study/Buffalo, 1977.
Meredith, Suzanne. "Owego TV Pioneer Getting Arts Award." Press & Sun Bulletin (1989).
White, Robin, Robin Schanzenbach, and Chitra Mojtabai. Beyond Video: Media Alliance Directory I, Edited by Robin White. Ny, NY: Media Alliance, 1984.
Minkowsky, John. Double Vision by Peter Campus., 1978.
Experimental Television Center, Ralph Hocking, Dr. Don McArthur, Walter Wright, and Sherry Miller Hocking. New York State Council on the Arts Proposal: Center for Microprocessor Research. 1977., 1977.
Mella, Leanne. Set in Motion: The New York State Council on the Arts Celebrates 30 Years of Independents: On Television. New York, NY: The New York State Council on the Arts, 1994.
Electronic Arts: October 1977.. Buffalo, NY: Media Study/ Buffalo, 1977.
Design / Electronic Arts Poster. Buffalo, NY: Media Study Buffalo, 1977.
Moore, Alan. Not on the Shelf: Accounting for New York City Artists' Organizations'., undated.
Meredith, Suzanne. "Hidden Treasure - 3 Flights Up." Press & Sun Belletin (2005).
Marsh, Ken. "Community Video: An Inner Look." Videoscope 1, no. 2 (1977).
Mikas, Matt. Tune (In))): Radio Community in Microcosm., 2004.
Minkowsky, John. Two Early Video Portraits. One-Eyed Bum by Andy Mann (1974, 6 minutes, b/w, sound). Ama L'uomo Tuo (Always Love Your Man) by Cara DeVito (1974, 20 min. b/w, sound)., 1978.
Minkowsky, John. "The Videotape Collection at Media Study Buffalo." Afterimage 5, no. 7 (1978).
Collins, Tricia, and Richard Milazzo. "The New Sleep: Stasis and the Image-Bound Environment." Art Journal: Video - The Reflexive Medium Fall, no. 1985 (1985).
Mooney, Karen. "Gerald O'Grady: The Perspective from Buffalo." Videoscope 1, no. 2 (1977).
Minkowsky, John. The Videotapes of Tony Oursler., 1985.
Experimental Television Center, Dr. Donald McArthur, Walter Wright, Richard Brewster, and Sherry Miller Hocking. LSI-11 Computer Interface to Video Synthesis System: Final Report to NEA: Hardware and Software Research Results for project. 1977., 1977.
Miller, Sherry. "Electronic Video Image Processing: Notes Towards a Definition." exposure: New Technology 21, no. 1 (1983).