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MLA Style Guide, 8th Edition: Other Formats

This LibGuide reflects the changes to MLA style as directed by the MLA Handbook, Eighth Edition.

Other Formats

Material Type In-text Citation Works Cited
Transcript (of radio broadcast or interview, etc.) (Diane Rehm Show)

The Diane Rehm Show. Hosted by Diane Rehm, National Public Radio, 20 May 2008. Transcript.

[Transcript.] is an optional element used to because this is an unexpected type of work and to specify the work was read and not heard.

Lecture or live performance (Obama)

Obama, Barack. Inaugural Address by President Obama. 21 Jan. 2013, United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. Address.

[Address.] is an optional element included because this is an unexpected type of work.

Physical object experienced firsthand (Dali)

Dali, Salvador. Apparatus and Hand. 1927, The Dali Museum, St. Petersburg, Florida.

Online video ("Why Does the Gender Pay Gap Still Exist?")

"Why Does the Gender Pay Gap Still Exist?" YouTube, uploaded by CNN Business, 10 Apr. 2018,