|Source||Straight Arrow Books, San Francisco (1974)|
Foundation descriptions of electronics; how video equipment works; maintenance and repair. History of Woodstock Community Video.
Founded by Ken Marsh. Members included Barbara Buckner, Bob Dacy, Gary Hill, Steven Kolpan, Elaine Milosh. WCV was interested in alternative programming for cable, and served as a production center for cable programs. WCV began Artists TV Lab, which moved to Rhinebeck in 1976. From 1975-77 WCV presented Woodstock Video Expovision, a festival of NYS media artists. 1972-75 Tobe Carey served as Media Services Coordinator.