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APA Style - 7th Edition

The APA 7th edition was published in October 2019. Please check with your instructor about which edition should be used for your work.
Citing  a YouTube video

To write a reference entry for a YouTube video you need the following pieces of information:

  • Author(s) (If an actual person's name is not used, you can use their screen name)
  • Date (normally year, month day)
  • Title followed by [Video file]
  • URL - should be a live hyperlink
  • Examples and more information can be found on pages 342-344 of the manual

Follow the template in the 7th Edition Publication Manual (Chapter 10, Section 10.12). See also Example 90 (on p. 344)

Example:

Young, A. (2016, May 1). Plagiarism 101: Lesson one [Video file]. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ly_AeH14t5M

Citing  a Podcast

To write a reference entry for a podcast you need the following pieces of information:

  • Author(s)/Producer(s) name
  • Date (normally year, month day)
  • Podcast title and episode number if given followed by [Audio podcast]
  • URL - should be a live hyperlink. If the URL was accessed via an app, you omit the URL
  • Example and more information can be found on page 345 of the manual

Example:

Farley, K., & Lipton, R. (Hosts). (2016, October 1). Plagiarism (No. 10) [Audio podcast episode]. In Lemonade: When life gives you lemons make a podcast.