VTKlustrum read 75 world cities and their forecasted high temperatures in one minute.
Mel Sampson did 17 consecutive live radio breaks in rhyme. She set the record as part of The Drive Home with Mel World Record Week 4 during a live broadcast at 89.3 K-Rock radio.
B.Rahiman from Tamil Nadu, India performed a 24-hour nonstop internet radio broadcast. He talked about cyber crime awareness.
He set the record during World Music Day and was broadcast in Yahoo Messenger Regional (India) chat rooms.
Crazy Jay and his Rocking Comedy Show team performed a live broadcast that lasted 80 hours and one minute. Learn more about the feat here.
Mel Sampson and her listeners set the record live on-air during the “The
Drive Home with Mel” show on K-Rock 89.3 on September 24, 2010.
Dinesh Shivnath Upadhyaya had eight radio stations, 101.5 FM (WBNQ), Classic Hits 98.7 (WFGR), WGRD-FM (97.9 FM), KISS FM 92.1, 98.3 FM "The Snake" (KSNQ), 92.3 FM/Power 92.3 (WZPW), 104.7 Kiss FM, and Cars 108 FM (WCRZ) broadcast his "Most Straws Fit In Mouth At Once" record story.
Nathan Fast had 18 callers say "One Direction" in one minute. He set the record during a live broadcast at Channel 933 in San Diego, California.
Mel Sampson, 10 K-Rock staffers and 1 K-Rock listener who happened to
stop by the station gave the weather forecast at the same time on live
As part of the 3rd Annual World Record Week, Sampson set the record live
on-air during the “The Drive Home with Mel” show on K-Rock 89.3 on
September 22, 2011.
Mel Sampson collected 1,506 stuffed animals and brought them to the
radio station she works at.
Sampson set the record live on-air during the “The Drive Home with Mel”
show on K-Rock 89.3 on September 24, 2010.
Mark Friggin started keeping daily logs of the Howard Stern Radio
Show in 1996. To date, he has 3043 radio rundowns on his site.
Naader Reda and Matt "Sweet Tooth" Cohen ate a combined 23 ice cream sandwiches in five minutes.
Ninad J. wrote a 21.10-meter song request to an FM radio station. He wrote the request to celebrate the birthday of his favorite actor, Shammi Kapoor Jee. He used a total of more than 70 sheets of A4 bond paper.
Kate Lawler introduced and back-announced 17 songs in 30 seconds.
Michael Winslow, who played Sgt. Larvell quot;Motor Mouthquot; Jones
in all the Police Academy films, released a fake burp that was 23.68
seconds. Only people who have appeared in any of the seven Police
Academy films are eligible to challenge this record.
Winslow set the record live on Y107’s Cosmo amp; JC Radio Show in
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