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All of these things seem difficult to cite because they are not "standard" types of resources. While your style guide might have a structure on some of these, it might not. If there is no guidance on how to cite it you can either ask your professor or get creative (but not too creative).
Let's talk about option two for a second. What is a citation? A citation is a label that allows a reader to quickly identify and locate an information source. Things that go into a citation are things that would help the reader in this quest. This generally includes something like: creator of source, source name, source format, location of creation/publishing/etc., date created. For example, an interview I had with someone might look like:
Ross, Interview with Tarzan, The West Coast of Africa, 12 June 2011.
Check to see if there is an official way to cite your source first. If you have to get creative (a last resort) double check with your professor to make sure the citation you made works.