Media & Communications Records

Media not only covers record making, breaking events, but also makes records itself under the category of Media & Communications records, according to India Book of Records 

Media & Communications records, awards by India Book of Records are everlasting since Media & Communications as fields are ever existing, with just new forms, covers and the like taking over older ones.   

Media & Communications are growing by each passing day, feels India book of Records. Improvements, innovations are required in the field of Media & Communications to cope up with the growing pressure on them, according to India Book of Records. Anyone doing the needful, falls in the category of Media & Communications records, awards bestowed on one by India Book of Records.

Media & Communications are for making life of people simpler, knowledgeable, much more aware, educated and the like and the felicitation towards them falls in the category of Media & Communication records, awards registered, undertaken by India Book of Records. New-age media i.e. social media could be worthy of Media & Communications records, awards, feels India Book of Records. These are in context of multifarious activities which go on in social media, feels India Book of Records. Social media platform Facebook could be awarded, registered in records’ category of India Book of Records, for being the No 1. social media site at present, as far as its use, popularity among masses are concerned.

Twitter could be tried and felicitated by India Book of Records and registered in its records’ group, for thinking on the lines of trying, increasing its character limit to 280 in the future. However, it is not only social media site Twitter here in this context, which is ahead of everything, everyone, finds out India Book of Records. But an entity with the name of Terribly Tiny Tales (TTT) has promised providing people with short, tiny stories of not more than 140 characters in total, along with interesting assortment of social media posts of users for readers to read and enjoy, discloses a survey with which stands India Book of Records. TTT as someone even ahead of Twitter can be felicitated, its name registered in its records under the category of Media & Communications records by India Book of Records possibly.

Write ups comprising minimum words can be the scenario in the future and India Book of Records shows promise of awarding the same, registering them in its records’ sections under its category of Media & Communications records. Speaking about traditional Media & Communications records of India Book of records they comprise, contests witnessing most number of songs sung by budding or already established singers of a legendary singer/singers in minimum time possible, speaking on most number of important issues, words, sentences uttered in respect of the same in the shortest time possible etc.

INTERVIEWS TELECAST IN MAXIMUM CHANNELS IN A YEAR

The record for giving interviews, which were telecast in the maximum number of media channels in a year was set by Dr. Yogesh Dattatray Pawar (born on September 16, 1989) of Solapur, Maharashtra. He gave 46 interviews on the topic ‘disseminating technology of major crops,’ which were telecast in 20 media channels, as confirmed on May 29, 2020.

FILM DUBBED IN MAXIMUM LANGUAGES BY A SINGLE ARTIST

The record for dubbing a film in the maximum number of languages was set by Deep Narayan Sinha (born on May 25, 1970) of Hyderabad, Telangana. He dubbed 10 minutes and 17 seconds long film “The Talking Moon” in 15 out of 16 languages, as confirmed on June 18, 2020.

ANTHOLOGY BOOK IN BLACK COLOUR

The record for compiling and publishing an Anthology book in black colour was set by Rubal Choudhary (born on January 27, 2000) of Gurugram, Haryana. The book titled Black (measuring 7 inches × 4 inches) features 212 original quotations on themes, namely ‘Hope, Love, Friendship and Wisdom’ contributed by more than 200 amateur poets and published by BookSquirrel Publication House, as confirmed on January 24, 2020.

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MAXIMUM RHYMING WORDS USED IN A NARRATIVE POETRY BOOK

The maximum number of rhyming words used in a Narrative Poetry book is 3734 and this record was set by Merlin Thomas (born on August 17, 1994) of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. She wrote a book titled Eyes Scream: Arin’s Mystery (ISBN number: 981792908965), which has a collection of 46 poems that are woven into a complete story using 3734 rhyming words. The book has been published by ‘Amazon’, as confirmed on March 18, 2020.

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AN ENLIGHTENING BOOK ON MEDITATION

The record for writing an enlightening book on meditation was set by Krunal Pradipbhai Thakkar (born on October 3, 1988) of Valsad, Gujarat. The book titled Success through Meditation (ISBN number: 978-93-89024-50-0) is published by ‘Penman Books’. It vividly talks about the power of mind and meditation to transform the life of people, as confirmed on March 9, 2020.

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MAXIMUM BOOKS ON DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES PUBLISHED INTERNATIONALLY BY A SINGLE AUTHOR

The maximum number of books on Digital Technologies published internationally by a single author is five and this record was set by Dr. Shailesh Kumar Shivakumara (born on August 1, 1979) of Bengaluru, Karnataka. The books are written on subjects  such as ‘Digital Project Management’, ‘Portal, Digital workplace’, ‘Search’, ‘Content Management’, Web Architecture’ and ‘Web Applications’ and  are published by different international publishers such as ‘Apress’, ‘Elsevier’, ‘CRC Press’ and ‘IEEE Press’ and ‘Wiley’ (Taylor and Francis Group), as confirmed on March 17, 2020.

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SATIRICAL ANTHOLOGY IN HINDI ON BEHAVIOUR OF DOGS

The record for writing a satirical anthology in Hindi, on the behaviour of dogs, was set by Sudarshan Soni (born on June 16, 1962) of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. He wrote a book titled Agle Janam Mohe Kutta Kijo, which is a collection of 34 satires solely on dogs, published by Bodhi Prakashan (ISBN: 978-93-88686-37-2) in 2018, as confirmed on March 21, 2020.

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INTERVIEWS TELECAST IN MAXIMUM CHANNELS IN A YEAR

The record for giving interviews, which were telecast in the maximum number of media channels in a year was set by Dr. Yogesh Dattatray Pawar (born on September 16, 1989) of Solapur, Maharashtra. He gave 46 interviews on the topic ‘disseminating technology of major crops,’ which were telecast in 20 media channels, as confirmed on May 29, 2020.