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An online clearinghouse of dozens of blogs on public speaking, speechwriting and leadership communication.
A searchable, public-domain collection of great American speeches—text, audio and video.
Rhetorician Jay Heinrichs “rips the innards out of things people say and reveals the rhetorical tricks and pratfalls.”
Insights about the business of speechwriting and ghostwriting, from the leading writing firm.
The beloved author and speechwriter coach offers seasoned advice on the craft and the business of speechwriting.
Former Republican and Democratic presidential speechwriters come together “to analyze and comment on major speeches, messaging strategy, and the business of communications.”
Speechwriter Dana Rubin convenes regular meetings and sends job notices and other useful information for New York-based speechwriters.
Presentation design guru Garr Reynolds writes about how to create tasteful visuals and deliver authentic messages.
Freelance ghost Ian Griffin’s speechwriterly view of the world.
ReputationXchange.com is a blog written by Dr. Leslie Gaines-Ross, Weber Shandwick's Chief Reputation Strategist.
Veteran corporate speechwriter Fletcher Dean gives his instructive take on the news of the day.
A veteran leadership communication pro offers practical ideas for better oral communication, from ideation to writing to delivery.
A collection of videos talks from the exclusive annual TED conference: “Riveting talks by remarkable people, free to the world.”
Washington-based communication consultant Denise Graveline shares “inspiration, ideas and information to help women with public speaking techniques, eloquence and confidence.”
Jeff Porro is a speechwriter for Fortune 250 CEOs, diplomats, and other government leaders, as well as executives of some of the nation's leading trade and professional associations.
Training and networking for speechwriters in the United Kingdom
Speaking and presentation coach Tom Mucciolo offers his wisdom in bite-sized chunks on his blog.
The Washington Speechwriters’s Roundtable is a casual alliance of speechwriters in the Washington, D.C. area who are interested in professional camaraderie, sharpening skills, sharing resources, and exchanging war stories.
The personal blog of Vital Speeches editor David Murray, on "freelance journalism, business communication and other ways to earn a happy living on cheap talk."