Answered By: Michael Pujals
Last Updated: Sep 28, 2018     Views: 3

Going by the MLA handbook, the parts that you would need to cite a TED Talk

  • Name of the author, compiler, director, editor, narrator, performer, or translator of the work
  • Title of the work
  • Title of the overall website
  • Publisher or sponsor of the website
  • Date of publication
  • Medium
  • Date of access

Each of those items goes into the citation separated by a period. So a TED talk might look like the following:

McCall, Tommy. The simple genius of a good graphic. TED: Ideas worth spreading. TED. April 2018. Web. September 26, 2018

Don't forget to use a hanging indent