A Palestinian journalist prepares to enter the Guinness Book of Records with a 50-hour radio interview

Occupied Jerusalem (INA) - The Palestinian media network Raya is preparing to enter the Guinness Book of World Records with the longest radio dialogue that will be presented by the journalist Talaat Alawi for 50 continuous hours on the twenty-fourth of this month of November, coinciding with a nearby event, which is the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people. Today, Saturday, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas received Alawi, a journalist and a delegation from the radio network, and affirmed his support for the global step that the network intends to take. The network indicated in a statement today that a jury from Guinness will be present throughout the broadcast of the dialogue via the Internet, as the radio dialogue will host political, national, academic, youth figures and other civil organizations from various regions of Palestine to open files, the most important of which is the freedom of movement associated with the control of the Israeli occupation authorities. On the crossings, borders and barriers between the Palestinian cities themselves. Among the criteria adopted by the committee, in order for this dialogue to exceed the existing record, is that it continues for fifty hours, and the broadcaster can take a five-minute break every hour or 20 minutes every four hours, interspersed with news briefs and advertisements, and it is also forbidden for the guest to speak for more than a minute. . It is noteworthy that the record for the longest radio dialogue, estimated at about 46 hours, was set by the Lebanese media, Rima Najim, in late 2013. (End) Khaled Al-Khalidi

Related news

Go to top button
Skip to content