Include the name of a broadcaster in the “Publisher” slot of a works-cited-list entry when it is the organization primarily responsible for producing the work:
In the example below, of an entry for a radio broadcast, the broadcaster—National Public Radio—is listed as the publisher:
Fresh Air. Narrated by Terry Gross, National Public Radio, 20 May 2008.
In the following example of a podcast streamed on the WNYC Web site, the broadcaster WNYC Studios is listed as copublisher of the work:
“Yiyun Li Reads ‘On the Street Where You Live.’” The Writer’s Voice: New Fiction from The New Yorker, . . .
Published 2 November 2017