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Sony Corporation of America. Sony U-Matic Color Videocassette.. New York, NY: Sony Corporation of America., 1972.
Sony Multiple Product Folder includes SEG-1, Monitors: CVM-920U, CVM-110UA, CVM-192U, CVM-1200UA, CVM-1710, Cameras: DXC- 5000 with attached March 1, 1972 price list, DXC-5020, DXC-5000B., 1972.
Stephen, Richard. Sony Video Camera, AVC-3400 Schematics. San Francisco, CA: National Center for Experiments in Television at KQED, 1972.
Sony Video Products Catalog (2 copies). Long Island City, NY: SONY Corporation, 1972.
de Havilland, Robert. "Special Issue on Video." Print (1972).
Special Purpose Television Systems by Edo Western. Salt Lake City, Utah: Edo Western, 1972.
Hocking, Ralph. Sponsors Sell Networks Develop., 1972.
Sheridan, Lee. "Springfield Area Artists in Experimental TV Show." Springfield Daily News (1972).
de Havilland, Robert. "Television Has Not Been Invented Yet." Print: Designing for TV: A Special Issue XXVI, no. I (1972).
Namaroff, Annette. Thank you letter to ETC. October 2, 1972.., 1972.
Foucault, Michel. The Archaeology of Knowledge. New York:: Harper and Row, 1972.
Moore, Carman. "The Avant-Garde in Dry Dock." The Village Voice (1972).
Rosenberg, Harold. The De-definition of Art. New York. NY: Horizon Press, 1972.
"The Experimental Television Center exhibition at the Everson Museum, September 19 - October 1, 1972." (1972).
Berger, John. The Look of Things. NY: Viking Press, 1972.
Gretzen, Phillip. "The National Center for Experiments in Television." Videocity - Radical Software from San Francisco 2, no. 3 (1972).
Mayer, Alfred. The Performer Synthesizer: A Non-Technical Approach to Electronic Music Synthesis.. Morristown, NJ: Ionic Industries, Inc., 1972.
Owett, Bernard. "The TV Commercial: Getting from There to Here." Print: Designing for TV: A Special Issue XXVI, no. I (1972): 34-41.
Barzyk, Fred. "TV as Art as TV." Print: Designing for TV: A Special Issue XXVI, no. I (1972).
Barzyk, Fred. "TV as Art as TV." Print: Designing for TV: A Special Issue XXVI, no. I (1972).
Type TA-19B Processing Amplifier System NTSC. Camden, NJ: RCA Commercial Electronic Systems, 1972.
Morrison, Bradley. Use of Paik Abe Video Synthesizer by Opera Today., 1972.
Robinson, Richard, and Danny Goldberg Lisa Robinson. "various articles." Magnetoscope, no. 3 (1972).
Korot, Beryl, and Ira Schneider. "various articles." Radical Software: Changing Channels 2, no. 1 (1972).
Reinke, Klaus. "Video Artists." Studio Internatinal, no. 183 (1972).
Hocking, Ralph. "Video Experiments." Print (1972).
Davis, Douglas. "Video Obscura." Artforum 10, no. 8 (1972).
Price, Jonathan. Video Visions: A Medium Discovers Itself. New York: New American Library, 1972.
Howard, Brice. Videospace and Image Experience. San Francisco: National Center for Experiments in Television, 1972.
Wright, Walter. Videotape Kitchen Notes., 1972.