Some short scenes in the life of Radical Software
|Title||Some short scenes in the life of Radical Software|
Beryl Korot and Phyllis Gershuny, who met in the autumn of 1969, decided soon afterwards to produce a periodical for the video community that was emerging at the time. This idea led to a newspaper in quarter-fold format with the title Radical Software. Korot and Gershuny were the editors and Michael Shamberg was listed as publisher. Ira Schneider, as co-originator, recorded the formation process of the journal on video.