Q. How do I cite an interview using the MLA format?

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To cite an interview, use the MLA rules for that format (book, newspaper, etc.) with the interviewee as the author. Adding interviewer information is optional. For example:

Khan, Moazzam. “An Interview with Moazzam Khan, Ex-Director General Marine Fisheries Department ‘Our Post-Harvest Losses Are 90 Percent.’” Technology Times, 3 June 2020, https://www.technologytimes.pk/2020/06/03/an-interview-with-moazzam-khan-ex-director-general-marine-fisheries-department-our-post-harvest-losses-are-90-percent/.

Abrams, J.J. "Exclusive: J.J. Abrams on Star Wars, Apple, and Building Bad Robot into a Hollywood Force." Fast Company, 9 Apr. 2019, https://www.fastcompany.com/90331236/exclusive-j-j-abrams-on-star-wars-apple-and-building-bad-robot-into-a-hollywood-force. Accessed 11 June 2020.

To cite an interview found on YouTube, use this general format in your Works Cited:

Last Name, First Name of Interviewee. Title of Video. YouTube, uploaded by, day month year it was uploaded, URL of video.

X, Malcom. Malcolm X - Interview At Berkeley (1963). YouTube, uploaded by reelblack, 11 Jun. 2018, www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZMrti8QcPA. 

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