WASU helps break Guinness World Record
TJ Walker, a communications expert who oft analyzes politics for amNewYork, and co-author Jess Todtfeld broke a Guinness World Record by talking for nine solid hours and completing 112 interviews in 24 hours in promotion of their new book, “TJ Walker’s Secret to Foolproof Presentations.”
Appalachian State University’s student-run radio station, WASU, was number 81 of the 112 interviews, helping the duo break the record. Jon Wood, WASU station manager, conducted the interview.
The pair started at 6 a.m. June 1 and completed their interviews at 6 a.m. June 2. All the interviews were at least five minutes in length. The entire event was broadcast on FoxNews.com, who streamed the LIVE video feed from their Strategy Room studios in New York.
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