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What's the best way to cite a podcast using BibTeX, to match the Chicago Manual of Style?

My guesses are: online, misc, audio, music.

It's a recorded lecture, if that matters.

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Which BibTeX style do you use? –  Joseph Wright Feb 23 '11 at 7:36
    
I'm using the biblatex-chicago style. The Manual gives a podcast example here: chicagomanualofstyle.org/16/ch14/ch14_sec221.html –  Ben VB Feb 23 '11 at 7:45
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@music{olsen, author={Corey Olsen}, title={Ainulind\"ale}, booktitle={Silmarillion Seminar}, month=dec, year=2010, date={December 8, 2010}, series={Podcast audio}, url={http://www.tolkienprofessor.com/audio/silmarillion_1.mp3} } gets me almost there, although the letter "p" in "podcast audio" should be lowercase in note and uppercase in bibliography; this does uppercase in both. –  Ben VB Feb 23 '11 at 7:59
    
It looks like your comment would also be an acceptable answer. It's fine to answer your own question (you have to wait a day or so to be able to accept it.) If you convert the comment into an answer we can move this question off the "Unanswered questions" list. –  Alan Munn Jul 14 '11 at 18:58
    
@Ben VB: AS Alan says, your comment would make a good answer here. Please consider posting one! –  Joseph Wright Jul 17 '11 at 11:26
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up vote 4 down vote accepted

(Originally posted as a comment by Ben VB.)

@music{olsen,
  author={Corey Olsen},
  title={Ainulind\"ale},
  booktitle={Silmarillion Seminar},
  month=dec,
  year=2010,
  date={December 8, 2010},
  series={Podcast audio},
  url={http://www.tolkienprofessor.com/audio/silmarillion_1.mp3}
}

gets me almost there, although the letter "p" in "podcast audio" should be lowercase in note and uppercase in bibliography; this does uppercase in both.

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I guess I'll take it, as it's the closest to correct I've been able to get. –  Ben VB Aug 8 '11 at 8:20
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