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Research Guide: Citations: OTHER SOURCES - MLA Works Cited

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Citing Online Audio-Visual Materials - MLA

Online Audio Visual Sources

Radio and TV episodes/segments from Library Databases:

"Beyond Vick: Animal Cruelty for Sport." Morning Edition, NPR, 8 Aug. 2007. Academic OneFile, search.proquest.com/docview/189 828779?accountid=1558. Accessed 5 May 2008. 

Radio and TV episodes/segments from websites:

"Federal Prosecutors Eye MySpace Bullying Case." All Things Considered, NPR, 14 Jan. 2008. www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=18121662. Accessed 15 Jan. 2008.

Films and film clips on the web:

"The Landlord." Funny or Die, 2007, www.funnyordie.com/videos/74/the-landlord-from-will-ferrell-and-adam-ghost-panther-mckay ?_cc=__d___&_ccid=4fab531c-3e90-49f0-a9e2-1ddc91844d1e. Accessed 15 Jan. 2008. 

Lectures, speeches, addresses, readings, and other web video presentations:

Bittman, Mark. "What’s Wrong with What We Eat." TEDTalks, TED Conferences, Dec.2007, www.ted.com/talks/mark_bittman_on_ what_s_wrong_with_what_we_eat?language=en. Accessed 18 May 2009. Speech. 

Artwork from Library Databases:

Clark, Larry. Man with Baby. Circa 1960. ARTstor,library.artstor.org.greenriver.idm.oclc.org/library/secure/ViewImages?id=8D1Efjk2M
jY5MTs4YVN7R3IgW38vfA%3D%3D&userId=gjtOdDop&zoomparams=. Accessed 15 Jan. 2008. 

Artwork from the web:

Close, Chuck. Ronald. 2002. The Museum of Modern Art, www.moma.org/collection/works/108890?locale=en. Accessed 23 Sept. 2016. 

Adams, Ansel. Catherine Natsuko Yamaguchi, Nurse. 1943. Library of Congress,loc.gov/pictures/resource/ppprs.00047/. Accessed 23 Sept. 2016. 

Photograph from the web:

Viewing the Unfortunates at the Morgue. 2005. The Triangle Factory File, Cornell University, trianglefire.ilr.cornell.edu/primary/photosIllustrations/slideshow.html?image_id=757&sec_id=3#screen. Accessed 23 Sept. 2016. 

Citing Other Sources (Film, TV...etc) - MLA

Other Types of Sources

Interviews (conducted by researcher)
Barker, Jasper. Personal interview. 7 Jan. 2008.

Black, Brianna. Telephone interview. 13 July 2007.

Film or video recordings
The Mummy. Directed by Stephen Sommers, performance by Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, and John Hannah, Universal, 1990. 

Television or radio programs

"Chicken, Shrimp, and Sausage Stew." Hot Off the Grill with Bobby Flay. Food Network. 7 Jan. 2000. 

“Balance vs. Bias in Journalism.” Talk of the Nation. National Public Radio. WYPR, Baltimore. 17 Apr. 2006. 

Sound Recordings

Anita Anita. Perf. Composed by Josepe Piccolomini, performance by Helen Brown, Grace Spark, and Paul Messer, conducted by Leon Nigh, Grammolon, 1955. 

 “Tangled Up in Blue.” Performance by Indigo Girls, composed by Bob Dylan. Recorded 1994. 1200 Curfews, MP3 file. Sony, 1995.

MLA Citation Examples

The following citation is a radio segment, access from a database.

"Beyond Vick: Animal Cruelty for Sport." Morning Edition, NPR, 8 Aug. 2007. Academic OneFile, search.proquest.com/docview/189 828779?accountid=1558. Accessed 5 May 2008.   

This table shows how the elements of this citation look within the MLA formula template.

MLA Works Cited Citations Formula Example
Author.  
Title of Source. "Beyond Vick: Animal Cruelty for Sport."
Title of Container, Morning Edition,
Contributors,  
Version,  
Number,  
Publisher, NPR,
Publication date, 8 Aug. 2007
Location. Academic OneFile
Additional Container
Title of Container,  
Contributors,  
Version,  
Number,  
Publisher,  
Publication date,  
Location.

search.proquest.com/docview

/189 828779?accountid=1558.

Access date. Accessed 5 May 2008.   

 

The following citation is for a television program.

"Chicken, Shrimp, and Sausage Stew." Hot Off the Grill with Bobby Flay. Food Network. 7 Jan. 2000. 

This table shows how the elements of this citation look within the MLA formula template.

MLA Works Cited Citations Formula Example
Author.  
Title of Source. "Chicken, Shrimp, and Sausage Stew."
Title of Container, Hot Off the Grill with Bobby Flay.
Contributors,  
Version,  

Number,

 
Publisher, Food Network
Publication date,  
Location. 7 Jan. 2000.