According to Montgomery (2000)...
...as it had been identified (Montgomery, 2000).
Montgomery, M. (Producer). (2000). The story of Paul the apostle [DVD]. USA: A & E Television Networks.
According to Hadley and Dowthwaite (2008)...
...as it had been identified (Hadley & Dowthwaite, 2008).
Surname, Initial. (Writer), & Surname, Initial. (Director). (Year). Title of episode [Television series episode]. In Initial. Surname (Executive Producer), Title of TV series. Location: Studio.
Hadley, M. (Writer), & Dowthwaite, A. (Director). (2008). Archaeologists and artefacts [Television series episode]. In M. Hadley (Producer), The Christ files. Sydney, NSW: Anglican Media.
According to AITSL (2012) ...
... as it had been identified (AITSL, 2012).
NB: You should use the screen name of the person who posted the video on YouTube as the author. Copy the name exactly as it appears on YouTube, including lowercase letters and spelling mistakes.
Screen name/Author. (Year, Month Day). Title of video [Video file]. Retrieved from url
AITSL. (2012, May 7). 21st Century Education [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nA1Aqp0sPQo&feature=youtu.be
According to Parker (2015)...
...as it had been identified (Parker, 2015).
APA recommends that with podcasts you “cite what you see” i.e. some podcasts may have information about who is the presenter, producer, writer etc. whereas others may only list the presenter or only the producer of the podcast. Include as much information as you have from the website or app where you downloaded the podcast but do not feel you need to search for additional information to complete the citation.
Surname, Initial. (Presenter), & Surname, Initial. (Producer). (Year, Month Day). Title of podcast [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from url of website
Parker, C. (Presenter). (2015, July 17). Digital discernment: The story of technology and how it shapes us [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from http://www.podcasts.nice.edu.au