Italics versus Quotation Marks
A general guideline is to use quotation marks with short pieces of work such as articles, poems, and chapters. Use italics for titles of longer works, such as books, plays, and films.
Use Quotation Marks:
Article titles from magazines, newspapers, journals
Specific episodes of radio programs
Specific episodes of TV shows
Specific pages within a website
Long Musical Compositions
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