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Sanz, Luciana. The Language of Video., undated.
Youngblood, Gene. "The New Renaissance: The Computer Revolution and the Arts." exposure: New Technology 21, no. 1 (1983).
Collins, Tricia, and Richard Milazzo. "The New Sleep: Stasis and the Image-Bound Environment." Art Journal: Video - The Reflexive Medium Fall, no. 1985 (1985).
Quasha, George. The Parapoetics of Video., 1982.
Stein, Anne-Marie. "The Passing of an Era: Boston Film/Video Foundation." MAIN, no. Spring (2004).
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).
Sturken, Marita. The Politics of Video Memory: Electronic Erasures and Inscriptions from Resolutions: Contemporary Video Practices. University of Minnesota Press, 1996.
Sherman, Tom. The Premature Birth of Video Art. Syracuse, NY: self-published, 2007.
Kearns, Mary Ann. The Role of Technology in the Art of Nam June Paik: The Social Implications of Television. unpublished thesis, 1988.
Herskowitz, Richard. The School of Experimental Viewing. From the Edison Black Maria Film and Video Festival., 1991.
The Second Emerging Expression Biennial: The Artist and the Computer. Bronx, NY: Bronx Museum, 1987.
Hocking, Sherry Miller. "The Tapes are Disappearing." The Squealer 13, no. Spring/Summer 2002 (2002).
Day, James. The Television Establishment, the Independent Producer and the Search for Diversity. Presented at the Conference Television Makers and Public Communications Policy. NY, NY: Rockefeller Foundation, 1979.
Chin, Daryl. "The Video Art of Takahiko Iimura." FILM AND VIDEO: Takahiko Iimura (1990).
Leogrande, Ernest. "The Video Stretch." Daily News (1973).
Sturken, Marita. "The Whitney Museum and the Shaping of Video Art: An Interview with John Hanhardt." Afterimage (1983).
Sondheim, Alan. "Theses on the Inversion of the Cinema." Millennium Film Journal (1983).
Sorensen, Vibeke. Thoughts of a Computer Artist. http://visualmusic.org/vibeke, 1995.
Sondheim, Alan. "Throat." Art Papers (1994).
London, Barbara. "Time as Medium: Five Artists' Video Installations." Leonardo 28, no. 1 (1995).
Culler, Jeremy. Toward a Noncommercial Technology: The Development of Image-Processed Video in the 1960s and 1970s. FL: self-published, 2004.
Furlong, Lucinda. "Tracking Video Art: Image Processing as a Genre." Art Journal (1985).
Transcript from The International Video Art Symposium. Kingston, Ontario, Canada: Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queens Univeristy. Fleming., 1979.
Hess, John, and Patricia Zimmermann. "Transnational Documentaries: A Manifesto." Afterimage (1997).
Chang, Chris. "Trent Harris: Beaver Trilogy." Film Comment (2000).
Mikas, Matt. Tune (In))): Radio Community in Microcosm., 2004.
Sjolander, Ture. Ture Sjolander - complete CV. self, 2017.
Sturken, Marita. "TV As a Creative Medium: Howard Wise and Video Art." Afterimage 11, no. 10 (1984).
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.

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