How to Cite a Speech in APA

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APA style prescribes formatting for citations. Sources are cited on a separate sheet of paper and must adhere to APA guidelines. In APA style, a speech is considered a personal communication.

  • Gather information for the citation, including the name of the speaker, the title of the speech, the organization that sponsored the speech or the convention where the speech was delivered, the location and the date.

  • List the name of the speaker, last name first, followed by a comma, then the first name followed by the middle initial and a period. For example: Smith, Bill G.

  • Enter the title of the speech in quotation marks, with a period inside the second quotation mark. Example: Smith, Bill G. "A Speech to Remember."

  • Enter the name of the organization that sponsored the speech or the convention where the speech was delivered. Example: Smith, Bill G. "A Speech to Remember." University of Central Florida.

  • Enter the city where the speech was delivered, followed by a comma, the state and a period. Example: Smith, Bill G. "A Speech to Remember." University of Central Florida. Orlando, Florida.

  • Enter the day when the speech was delivered, followed by the month, abbreviated, the year and a period. Example: Smith, Bill G. "A Speech to Remember." University of Central Florida. Orlando, Florida. 14 Oct. 1988.

  • Indent citations starting with the second line, using the tab key.

  • Alphabetize your works cited page if you have more than one citation.

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