see Turabian §17.8.3 (pp. 201–204)
Include as much information as possible about the recording, including the name of the director or person responsible for the content, the title, the name of the publisher, the publication date, and the media format (DVD, VHS, etc.). If you accessed the video online, include the date that you accessed it and the URL.
|note||1 Susan Heitler, The Angry Couple: Conflict-focused Treatment (Hicksville, NY: Newbridge Communications, 1995), VHS.|
|2 PBS Idea Channel, “Why Were People & Critics So Infatuated With Frozen?” (video), hosted by Mike Rugnetta, posted July 30, 2014, accessed August 18, 2014, http://youtu.be/wVscW9LEMp0.|
|bibliography||Heitler, Susan. The Angry Couple: Conflict-focused Treatment. Hicksville, NY: Newbridge Communications, 1995. VHS.|
|PBS Idea Channel. “Why Were People & Critics So Infatuated With Frozen?” (video). Hosted by Mike Rugnetta. Posted July 30, 2014. Accessed August 18, 2014. http://youtu.be/wVscW9LEMp0.|
Film and TV
Movies and TV series may be cited in a modified form. Unless you viewed the movie in a theater or the TV show during the orignal broadcast, include the medium (e.g., DVD) or the URL of the streaming service that you used.
|note||3 Crash, directed by Paul Haggis (Lions Gate Films, 2004), DVD.|
|4 The Bible, episode 2, “Exodus,” directed by Crispin Reece, aired March 3, 2013, on History channel, accessed July 17, 2014, http://www.netflix.com/.|
|bibliography||Crash. Directed by Paul Haggis. Lions Gate Films, 2004. DVD.|
|The Bible. Episode 2, “Exodus.” Directed by Crispin Reece. Aired March 3, 2013, on History channel. Accessed July 17, 2014. http://www.netflix.com/.|