Format: 

Presenter, A. A. (Year, Month Day). Title of speech [Medium]. Retrieved from URL

In-text only: (A. Presenter, personal communication, Date of presentation)

Examples: 

Obama, B. (2009, January 20). Inaugural Address [MP3 file]. Retrieved from http://www.americanrhetoric.com/speeches/barackobama/barackobamainaugura...

In-text: (Obama, 2009)

Earhart, A. (1935). Amelia Earhart on women in flight [Audio file]. Retrieved from http://www.history.com/speeches/amelia-earhart-on-women-in-flight#amelia...

In-text: (Earhart, 1935)

Notes: 

Speeches or presentations that you attended are not retrievable by others so do not need to be included in the References list. Instead, include an in-text citation for personal communication and provide context within the body of the paper (see first example). If you have access to a recording of the speech or presentation, follow the format shown in the second and third examples. If you are citing the text of a speech that you found in a book or on a website, cite the document as the respective source type.

Source:

This source type is not covered by the APA style guidelines.
Example(s) adapted from:
APA: 6.20
APA (ER): no. 53