Ask further questions once you decide on a way to go, once you have plowed thru the suggestions below.
What matters first is where you are going to publish – is it an APA journal? Other publishers might use a slightly different format, but once you get an idea of what that is.
I don’t see a video weblog reference type though in Endnote.
So first you probably would have to create or edit an existing one, in Endnote preferences, “reference type”
the output you describe is similar to that of the Podcast template, so one idea, if you never cite a podcast, you could alter that reference type for your purpose. Other options to alter-but require more work, are Audio Visual, Online Multimedia, blog or Film or Broadcast reference types. Finally there are the “unused” fref types that you can create and customize without running the risk of needing one of the above, after you had co-opted it. In that case, I would use similar to those in the podcast ref type. In fact start by adding the info to the podcast, see how it appears in your bibliography, and then one can modify the output style to get the precise output you need.
If you alter one of the above, then you will need to edit the corresponding template in the output style you are planning on using to format the manuscript. It will either not include all your elements, or won’t exist at all. Not all templates are filled in for all output styles. APA is relatively complete, but lots only include the major categorizations of reference types (book, journal, book chapter).
If you have to build it from scratch – use the fields listed in the output,
Date (which I would include both Month and Date in)
Kind of medium
and you will need to build the template or alter the existing template for a modified “podcast” bibliography template.