I have many contributions related to interviews in radio, TV, web magazines and print magazines, and would like to know the different ways it might be "cited" in a scientific CV. I was thinking about adding them at the end of my CV is some section called "dissemination of research results" or something like that.
Interview section in your CV
If you have significant amount of interviews or you want to bring them in your CV, I did not find any special tip to bring interviews in a separate section; but you can open a section like
media appearance/interviews and list your interviews in this section.
By googling your question, I found many related links in which the citation of the interviews are clearly presented. I bring some of them here for you. One may find a good resource for citation of interviews in bibme website. In this website, you will find the format, examples and notes on correct citation.
Last Name, First Name. Interview by First Name Last Name. Publication Information. Medium.
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED INTERVIEW:
Last Name, First Name. Interview Type interview. Date Interviewed.
PUBLISHED INTERVIEW FROM PUBLICATION:
Last Name, First Name. Interview with First Name Last Name. Publication Title. Publication Information.
PUBLISHED INTERVIEW FROM RADIO/TV PROGRAM:
Last Name, First Name. Interview with First Name Last Name. Program Title. Network, Call letters, Date Interviewed.
Last Name, First Name. Interview by First Name Last Name. Interview Type. Location, Date Interviewed.
UNPUBLISHED INTERVIEW: Last Name, First Name. Interview by First Name Last Name. Interview Type. Location, Date Interviewed.
Although, in the above link, there is no guide for citing in APA format, as indicated
Interviews are not supported in bibliographies by APA. Please cite it as an in-text citation., but I have found the following guide in the apastyle website for citation of interviews.
An interview is not considered recoverable data, so no reference to this is provided in the reference list. You may, however, cite the interview within the text as a personal communication.
How to easily cite your documents?
By the way, I encourage you to use the softwares like JabRef, Zotero and Endnote to prepare your citations and resources. Also you may use some online websites like easybib and citethisforme for easier preparation of your citations.
"Media Appearances" sounds better to me. Then I think I'd cite each appearance as if it were a conference talk:
"How to Solve the Problem of Evil," WFUV Radio, 29 February 1904.
"Why I am So Clever," The Today Show, National Broadcasting Corporation, 9 August 1999.
Maybe insert some descriptive language if the citation is unclear.
I advice you use this citing tool at http://www.calvin.edu/library/knightcite/
If it shows an error search for knightcite in their search bar...the tool helps you cite your work properly