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Liz Kotz, “TV’s War on Reality, San Francisco Weekly, January 24, 1990. p. 1.
“Un Debat sobre las televisiones locales cerro la Muestra de Video en Getxo.” April 8, 1990. P 1, Egin, Algorta, Spain;
“Fearless TV.” San Francisco Bay Guardian, May 2, 1990.
William Boddy, “Alternative Television in the United States”, Screen 31:1, Spring 1990, London, UK. p 91-101.
Clemencia Ferreyros, “Latino Collaborative Featured in Deep Dish Series“ Media Active: Covering Alternative Media, Spring, 1990
Wanda Bershen, “Alternative TV in the Belly of the Beast.” Catalogue, Montbellaird Conference on Local Television, Montbellaird France, June 1990.
“The Age of Satellite Programming”, College Broadcaster, Volume 2 #2, October, 1990. P 7-16.
Judith Mayne, “Feminisms Does Media Activism: An Interview with DeeDee Halleck” Feminisms, P 3-5, May 1990.
“Gulf Crisis TV Project”, Texte Zer Kunst, Cologne, Germany, Spring 1991.
Marisa Bowe, Video Times, Spring 1991. “Underground Video” P 52-57.
Amy Taubin, “Talking Back to Television: The Gulf Crisis TV Project”, Village Voice, March 5, 1991. p. 19.
Linda Fuller, Community Television in the United States (p.53-55).
Ralph Engleman, Public Radio and Television in America, (Sage Publishers, 1996)
“Deep Dish debuts series on censorship questions” Current, March 16, 1992.
Edinburgh International Television Festival Daily, August 30, 1992. “Factual Programming on the Edge”. P. 21.11 #3
“Virtually Dead in Iraq”, Rebecca Claren, Salon On Line, September, 2006

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