MLA Guide: Radio, Television Broadcasts

Works Cited

Schneider, Pamela. Interview. Seniors: What Keeps Us Going. With Linda Storrow.
         Natl. Public Radio. WNYC. New York. 11 July 1988.

In-Text Citation

Changes in tax structures for citizens on fixed incomes are changing seniors' need to re-enter the workplace (Schneider).

If you cite the transcript of a program instead of the actual broadcast of a program, add the word Transcript to the end of your citation. If your primary purpose in citing a broadcast is to acknowledge the work of an individual (a narrator, say, or a writer), use that person's name and role before the name of the program.

Works Cited

"Busted by the FBI!" Narr. Morley Safer. Sixty Minutes. CBS. WFSB, Hartford. 14 Feb. 2000. Transcript.

Safer, Morley, writ. "Busted by the FBI!" Sixty Minutes. CBS. WFSB, Hartford. 14 Feb. 2000. Transcript.

In-Text Citation

The FBI was aware of federal funding going to illegal subsidy programs prior to 1995 ("Busted by the FBI").


 

 

  

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