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Answered By: Kim Read Last Updated: Apr 10, 2017 Views: 29088
Follow this style if you viewed the talk on the TED website:
Speaker, A. A. (date). Title of talk [Video file]. Retrieved from http://www.ted.com.rest_of_URL
Aduaka, N. (2007, June). Newton Aduaka: The story of Ezra [Video file]. Retrieved from http://www.ted.com/talks/newton_aduaka_tells_the_story_of_ezra
However, if you viewed the TED talk on YouTube, list whoever posted it (usually TED) in the author space:
TED. (2008, November 4). Newton Aduaka: The story of Ezra [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLXsUgL_wpc
You'll notice the date it was posted on YouTube might be different than the date it was recorded for the TED website.
And remember to double space each entry so that it looks like this:
For more information, see a full explanation from the APA style blog.
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- Hi Mandy,
Thanks so much for catching that error! I have corrected the example, so all is well now. Please let us know if you find any other issues. : )