How would one cite a formal talk accessed as a video on webpage? Should one cite the video as an electronic source, or cite the talk as a speech, lecture, an oral presentation and in-turn utilize the physical location and time of the talk?
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Tricky. A videorecording of a live event doesn't seem to me to be quite the same thing as a videorecording prepared specifically for the web; I think you need both citations, the live event and the web republication. MLA doesn't appear to address this specifically, so I'm having to guess how to combine the two references. The links below send you to the relevant pages published by Trinity College, Hartford.
I've dropped the [PresentationDate] from the second citation, since that would just be a reprise, and I've added the words “Videorecording published at”.