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Chicago Manual of Style

Blog Entries (Sec. 14.208)

General Format
Note:
  • The word blog in parentheses is only needed if the word "blog" is NOT part of the blog title. Like newspaper articles, citations of blog posts are not necessary in a bibliography; including them in the notes is sufficient. 
  • Blogs that are part of a larger publication should also include the name of that publication.
  
Full Note: 
            1. Author First Name Surname, "Title of Entry," Title of Blog (blog), Title of Larger
Publication if Applicable, Month Day, Year Posted, URL.
 
Example:
1.  Liam Liburd, "Haw-Haw and Radio War: Fake News in the 1940s,"History Matters
(blog), February 21, 2017, http://www.historymatters.group.shef.ac.uk/1940s-fake-news-haw-haw-radio-war/.
2. Jason B. Jones, “Getting More Done with Emoji,” ProfHacker (blog), Chronicle
of Higher Education, November 22, 2016, https://www.chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/getting-more-done-with-emoji/63240.
 
Subsequent Note: 
2. Author, "Title of Entry."
 
Example:
2. Liburd, "Haw-Haw and Radio War."
      
Bibliography:
Author Surname, First Name. "Title of Entry." Title of Blog (blog). Title of 
Larger Publication if Applicable, Month Day, Year Posted, URL.
  
Example:
Jones, Jason B. “Getting More Done with Emoji.” ProfHacker (blog). Chronicle
of Higher Education, November 22, 2016.
https://www.chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/getting-more-done-with-emoji/63240.
 
Liburd, Liam. "Haw-Haw and Radio War: Fake News in the 1940s." History
Matters (blog). February 21, 2017.
http://www.historymatters.group.shef.ac.uk/1940s-fake-news-haw-haw-radio-war/.