All TEDx talks staged after January 1, 2018 can be found on TED.com by searching for the speaker’s name or the name of a TEDx event.
And as before, TED’s curators will continue to select TEDx Talks that we will more prominently feature on TED.com and promote on social media.
While we encourage you to strive for the TED level of quality, your first mission should be toward spreading ideas in your local community. That being said, there are a few key things that we look for:
Speaker preparation and content are the most crucial elements. We look for engaging, charismatic speakers whose talks expose new ideas that are supported by concrete evidence and are relevant to a broad, international audience. Video shot from three angles. While this is not required, it is recommended for TED.com consideration. Good quality audio. If we cannot hear your speaker well enough, we simply can't consider their talk. TEDx staff review videos from all events, so it's important to send your short list of favorite talks to our contact page.
The best talks are recommended to a larger editorial review board made up of staff from the TED.com and TEDx teams. If a talk is chosen for TED.com, we'll ask you to send in the unedited footage for us to re-cut. All talks on TED.com are edited by our in-house team. We are thrilled when they find their audience and build a fanbase elsewhere online. We’ve also written out some recommendations for building a fanbase for your talks elsewhere online!