Most Network News Sign-Offs In 30 Seconds

United States Alina Cho

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New York City, New York, United States / November 14, 2011

CNN reporter Alina Cho performed a network news signature sign-off 38 times in 30 seconds.

Cho set the feat during a live CNN morning news program in New York City. RecordSetter Council president Dan Rollman and co-founder Corey Henderson presided over the attempt.

- not necessary to be a news correspondent in order to attempt record
- must USE "FIRST NAME/LAST NAME, NETWORK NAME" format
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  • response to previous attempt Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    John, you raise a fair point. That said, the established record criteria for this category didn't make that a necessity, so I think it's unfair to deny Jordan's attempt. There's only option left: RECLAIM THE RECORD.

  • response to previous attempt United States John Berman

    John Berman

    I mean, a sign-off includes the location...like New York.

  • response to previous attempt United States Jordan Halliday

    Jordan Halliday

    Record was broken on first attempt.

  • response to previous attempt

    That's the spirit John. But when you set the record initially you defied any network news correspondent to best you. So maybe there are two categories here: Most Network News Sign-Offs In 30 Seconds by Network News Correspondent and Most Network News Sign-Offs In 30 Seconds

  • response to previous attempt United States John Berman

    John Berman

    In my non-expert opinion, i don't think you should have to be a newsperson to challenge this. Moreover, i think people should use their own names (mine is rather boring.) Of course, that means Buddy Biancalana is sort of screwed. I wil say this, I intend to fight to keep this record as long as their is a network news business.

  • response to previous attempt Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Good question, Shanan. John, if you're out there: do you need to be a network news correspondent to challenge this? Furthermore, should a challenger use their name or yours? To keep things even, I think challengers should have to say exactly the same words you said.

  • response to previous attempt

    do you have to be a network news correspondent in order to challenge this?

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