Lebanese Host Breaks Guinness World Record For Most Number Of Interviews

Dalia Freyfer officially set a Guinness world record for presenting the longest live television broadcast since 1914.

Freyfer, who has been blind since she was 18 years old, broke the 1914 world record of a 22 hour broadcast in the United States.

This happened on Tele Liban channel in the presence of a Guinness world record representative. She was aiming for 24 hours but she broke the record by interviewing 43 people in just 12 hours.

She stayed on air for 24 hours and interviewed a total of 91 guests, including 43 media and civil society personalities.

Last September, Batroun set the Guinness world record for the biggest seafood display with a total of 2,613.8 kg seafood, on Sept. 4, 2016.


They should probably keep a representative in Lebanon if we’re going to keep breaking world records!

Dalia is not only a reporter but also a singer who performs at concerts and festivals. Here’s one of her songs on Youtube:

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Lebanese Host Breaks Guinness World Record For Most Number Of Interviews

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