TJ Walker Breaks Record for Most Radio Interviews

Media Training Worldwide‘s ( TJ Walker and partner Jess Todtfeld have successfully shattered the world’s record for most radio interviews in a single day.

“We finished our world record attempt this morning. We ended with 112 radio interviews conducted over a 24 hour period. The previous record was 72 interviews,” Walker says.

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