What were the given guidelines of the speech? Like what you knew before you chose ANW? Because if it's meant to be involving using actually databases for peer review journals and publications... change. If it's less strict, then go get interviews (even with competitors, not just execs), and you can just cite the show itself... it's a form of publication.
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Post by thatoneuser on Sept 26, 2017 21:02:18 GMT -5
Periodicals, especially local ones, write about American Ninja Warrior all the time (with varying degrees of accuracy). Seems like you should also be able to cite the show itself, although I'm not sure a television program constitutes "scholarly".
You actually can cite the show itself. I took Speech my first semester in college. My first speech (of 3) was about Shingo. I only had to cite three sources. I cited Sasuke itself and Carol Akiyama's "Power of Sasuke" article, which I accessed through the old WebJam site. Unfortunately, that has been taken down. I don't remember what my 3rd source was. But, anyway, you can cite the show itself.