How do you cite different sources?

How do you cite different sources?

Include information in the following order:

  1. author’s surname(s) and initial(s)
  2. title of article (between single quotation marks)
  3. title of journal or periodical (underlined or italicised)
  4. volume number.
  5. issue number.
  6. month of publication (if applicable)
  7. year of publication.
  8. page number(s).

How do you cite a news clip?

The general format for citing online videos in MLA style is as follows: “Title of video.” YouTube, uploaded by Screen Name, day month year, www.youtube.com/xxxxx. If the author of the video is not the same as the person who uploaded the video, your citation would be formatted as follows: Author last name, First Name.

Are APA and Chicago style the same?

Most of the differences between Chicago (Turabian) and APA Styles involve in-text citations. APA Style also includes the year of publication of the source, but Chicago (Turabian) Style does not. Chicago (Turabian) Style also allows the use of footnotes, rather than in-text citations, to cite your sources.

How do you in text cite a radio interview?

When citing an interview in MLA style (8th edition), the name of the interviewee appears as the author in the in-text citation. In the Works Cited entry, the interviewee’s name is followed by the title of the interview in quotation marks.

How do you cite a radio broadcast?

Live television or radio broadcast “Title of episode or segment.” Title of Program or Series. Name of the network (if any). Call letters and city of the local station (if any), Broadcast date. Medium of Reception (e.g. Radio or Television).

How do you cite a radio interview in Chicago style?

How to reference an Interview using the Chicago Manual of Style

  1. Published interview from publication: Last Name, First Name. Interview with First Name Last Name.
  2. Published interview from Radio/TV program: Last Name, First Name. Interview with First Name Last Name.
  3. Unpublished interview: Last Name, First Name.

How do you reference a news website?

News and magazines (online)

  1. author (if available)
  2. year of publication.
  3. article title (between single quotation marks)
  4. newspaper title (in italics)
  5. date of article (day, month, page number—if given—and any additional information available)
  6. accessed day month year (the date you accessed the items)
  7. from name of database.