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Chicago Citation Style Guide

A quick guide to Chicago-style citations

Radio Program (Podcast)

Note-Bibliography

Note:

Note #. "Episode/Segment Title," narrated by Narrator, Name of Program, Title of Website, Broadcast Date, URL.

Example:

     17. "Study in Pink," narrated by Tabz, Consulting Sherlock, QuadrupleZ, August 20, 2011, http://www.quadruplez.com/2011/08/consulting-sherlock-episode-001-study-in-pink.

Short Note:

Note #. "Episode/Segment Title."

Example:

21. "Study in Pink."

Bibliography Entry:

"Episode/Segment Title." Narrated by Narrator. Name of Program. Title of Website, Broadcast Date. URL.

Example:

"Study in Pink." Narrated by Tabz. Consulting Sherlock. QuadrupleZ, August 20, 2011.
    http://www.quadruplez.com/2011/08/consulting-sherlock-episode-001-study-in-pink.

Author-Date

Text Citation:

("Episode/Segment Title" Year)

Example:

("Study in Pink" 2011)

Reference Entry:

"Episode/Segment Title." Year. Narrated by Narrator. Name of Program. Title of Website, Broadcast Day-Month. URL.

Example:

"Study in Pink." 2011. Narrated by Tabz. Consulting Sherlock. QuadrupleZ, August 20.
     http://www.quadruplez.com/2011/08/consulting-sherlock-episode-001-study-in-pink.