Format: 

[1]F. Lastname, "Title of episode," on Title of Program, F. Lastname, hosts. City, State, Country: Producer, Month Day Year. [Online]. Available: URL or Database Name

[2]F. Lastname, "Title of episode," on Title of Program, F. Lastname, hosts. City, State, Country: Producer, Month Day Year.

Examples: 

[1]E. Pierce and B. Kahle, "Game of Thrones fans develop formula to determine who might survive series," on All Things Considered, A. Cornish and R. Siegel, hosts. Washington, DC, USA: National Public Radio, Apr. 13, 2015. [Online]. Available: npr.org/2015/04/13/399414406/game-of-thrones-fans-develop-formula-to-determine-who-might-survive-series

[2]J. Glor and A. Werner, "Victims still reeling from Equifax data breach," on CBS Evening News with Jeff Glor. New York, NY, USA: CBS, Jan. 9, 2018. [Online]. Available: Newspaper Source.

Notes: 

Provide the name of the primary speaker at the start of your citation (e.g. person being interviewed). If you have other individuals you would like to highlight (e.g. host), include those after the title of the program as you would the editor for a book; add a descriptive label (e.g. Hosts) after the person's name to clarify their role in the overall production (see p. 39, "Books, Monographs: Examples," 1). The title of the episode should appear in sentence case (i.e. only capitalize the first word and any proper nouns), while the title of the program should appear in title case (i.e. capitalize each word) (p. 39, "Books, Monographs: Examples," 1). If your accessed the transcript from a library database, provide the name of the database in place of the URL (see p. 40, "U.S. Government Documents: Example," 1).

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Source:
IEEE - Adapted from: Books (p. 35); Books, Monographs (p. 39)