Oxford Referencing: Multi-media materials

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Basic format to reference multi-media materials

Format for footnotes from a podcast:

1 'Title of Episode', Title of Program: Subtitle in Italics [format], Title of Primary Contributor A. Director,  Place of Recording, Publisher, Year of Recording, http://url, (accessed day month year).

Example:

1 'Fungi and Mould', The Health Report [podcast], Presenter N. Swan, Sydney, NSW, ABC Radio National, 1999, http://www.abc.ney.au/healthreport/stories/1999/48140.htm, (accessed 10 March 2003).
 

  • If there is no episode title use the program title instead.
  • Format details should be included in square brackets after the title.
  • Add the url and date accessed for online multi-media.

Referencing multi-media materials: Examples

Material Type Footnote Example Reference List Example
Film or Documentary

1 The Red Badge of Courage [DVD], Director J. Huston, Burbank, CA, MGM, 1951.

The Red Badge of Courage [DVD], Director J. Huston, Burbank, CA, MGM, 1951.

Podcast

1 'Fungi and Mould', The Health Report [podcast], Presenter N. Swan, Sydney, NSW, ABC Radio National, 1999, http://www.abc.ney.au/healthreport/stories/1999/48140.htm, (accessed 10 March 2003).

'Fungi and Mould', The Health Report [podcast], Presenter N. Swan, Sydney, NSW, ABC Radio National, 1999, http://www.abc.ney.au/healthreport/stories/1999/48140.htm, (accessed 10 March 2003).

Web Video

1 The Euthansia Debate [online video], Presenter A. Denton, Sydney, Australia, Studio 10, 2016, https://youtu.be/w4Aq1-H2GD0 (accessed 2 January 2019).

The Euthansia Debate [online video], Presenter A. Denton, Sydney, Australia, Studio 10, 2016, https://youtu.be/w4Aq1-H2GD0 (accessed 2 January 2019).

 

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