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APA Citation Guide (APA 7th Edition): Audio Materials

Audio Materials

Podcast Episode
Reference List Citation

Host's Last Name, First initial. Second Initial if Given. (Host). (Year podcast episode was aired, Month Day if given). Title of podcast episode: Subtitle if given (No. Episode Number if given) [Audio podcast episode]. In Title of podcast. Sponsoring Organization. http://URL


Example

McWhorter, J. H. (Host). (2019, July 23). The Internet loves the exclamation point!! [Audio podcast episode]. In Lexicon valley. Slate. https://slate.com/human-interest/2019/07/john-mcwhorter-and-gretchen-mcculloch-on-because-internet.html

In-Text Citation: Quote

(Host's Last Name, Year)


Example

(McWhorter, 2019)

In-Text Citation: Paraphrase

(Host's Last Name, Year)


Example

(McWhorter, 2019)

Podcast
Reference List Citation

Host's Last Name, First initial. Second Initial if Given. (Host). (Years podcast has aired). Title of podcast [Audio podcast]. Sponsoring Organization. http://URL


Example

Zomorodi, M. (Host). (2017-present). IRL. Firefox. https://irlpodcast.org/

In-Text Citation: Quote

(Host's Last Name, Years)


Example

(Zomorodi, 2017-present)

In-Text Citation: Paraphrase

(Host's Last Name, Years)


Example

(Zomorodi, 2017-present)

Single Song/Track
Reference List Citation

Artist's Last Name, First initial. Second Initial if Given. (Recording Year). Title of song/track [Song]. On Title of album. Location: Label. (Original publication year if different from recording year)


Example

Franklin, A. (1969). The weight [Song]. On This girl's in love with you. New York, NY: Atlantic Records. (1968)

In-Text Citation: Quote

(Artist's Last Name, Recording Year, track number)


Example

(Franklin, 1968/1969, track 8)

Note: If the recording and original publication years are different, use both dates in the text citation.

In-Text Citation: Paraphrase

(Artist's Last Name, Recording Year)


Example

(Franklin 1968/1969)

Note: If the recording and original publication years are different, use both dates in the text citation.

Full Album
Reference List Citation

Artist's Last Name, First initial. Second Initial if Given. (Recording Year). Title of album [Album recorded by Artist First Name Last Name if different from artist]. Label. (Original publication date if different from recording year)


Example

Eilish, Billie. (2019). When we all fall asleep, where do we go? [Album]. Darkroom; Interscope Records.

In-Text Citation: Quote

(Artist's Last Name, Copyright Year, track number)


Example

(Eilish, 2019, track 2)

In-Text Citation: Paraphrase

(Artist's Last Name, Copyright Year)


Example

(Eilish, 2019)

Single Song/Track - Classical Compositions
Reference List Citation

Composer's Last Name, First initial. Second Initial if Given. (Recording Year). Title of composition [Song recorded by Artist Name]. On Title of album. Location: Label. (Original publication year if different from recording year)


Example

Debussy, C. (2019). Clair de lune [Song recorded by Lang Lang]. On Piano book. London, UK: Universal Music Group. (1905)

In-Text Citation: Quote

(Composer's Last Name, Recording Year)


Example

(Debussy, 1905/2019)

Note: If the recording and original publication years are different, use both dates in the text citation.

In-Text Citation: Paraphrase

(Composer's Last Name, Recording Year)


Example

(Debussy, 1905/2019)

Note: If the recording and original publication years are different, use both dates in the text citation.

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