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Media, Popular Culture, and Communication Rights Research Guide: Image, Video & Sound Media

Research strategies and resources on media, popular culture, journalism, copyright, digital society, and related topics.

Find (and Cite!) Image, Video & Sound Media

What's Here

Aside from the well-known sources of online streaming media such as YouTube and Pandora, and the images that Flickr and Google searches can locate, there are special resources which the Library owns in its collections or licenses for your use. Here are links to other research guides created by the Yale Library describing how to find these resources.

Citing TV Advertisements, DVD Material, and Other Audioovisual Content

Have you ever wondered how to cite a television ad or a radio program? Or what about an extra from a DVD or an online game? In 2013 the British Universities Film & Video Council (BUFVC) created set of guidelines to help answer all these questions and more.

Download the BUFVC Guidelines

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