Examples in this guide are provided for footnote citations (N) and bibliography (B). Footnotes and bibliography format contain most of the same elements but are formatted slightly differently. For example, notes use paragraph (first line) indentation, and the bibliography entries use hanging indents. If you cite one source multiple times, you may use shortened notes for citations after the first one -- see directions here.
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Interviews are cited only in notes, unless they are critical to an argument or frequently cited. Include location and date of the interview if known, as well as the location of any recordings or transcripts.
Include the program or publication. Provide the date of the interview, or the air date or date of publication. If accessed online, end with a URL.