Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab provides excellent advice for citing online audio recordings such as podcasts in Chicago Style.
|Format||Last name, First name of Creators. “Episode Title.” Podcast Name. Date of Publication. Podcast, MP3 audio, Episode Length. Link.|
|Example||James, Alyssa A.L. and Brendane A. Tynes. “What in the Misogynoir?!” Zora’s Daughters. July 22, 2020. Podcast, MP3 audio, 1:22:02. https://zorasdaughters.com/episodes/what-in-the-misogynoir|
|In-Text||(James and Tynes 2020)|
Episodes with Guests
|Format||Co-hosts and guests. “Episode Title.” Podcast Name. Date of Publication. Podcast, MP3 audio, Episode Length. Link.|
|Example||James, Alyssa A.L., Brendane A. Tynes and Chrystel Oloukoï. “Lorde Take the Wheel.” Zora’s Daughters. September 17, 2020. Podcast, MP3 audio, 1:31:56. https://zorasdaughters.com/episodes/lorde-take-the-wheel/|
|In-Text||(James, Tynes and Oloukoï 2020)|
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