As discussed in the comment section of the Global sea ice area minimum record blog post, data provided by the NSIDC shows that the Global sea ice extent record has been broken as well:
Over on The Great White Con Jim Hunt has published this graph showing the long-term trend, still down it seems:
The old minimum record was reached in 2006 and stood at 16.766 million km2. As of today NSIDC Global SIE stands at 16.707 million km2. That's a 59K difference, and given the forecasts for the Arctic, Global SIE could go even lower.
So, that's it for the two daily Global sea ice data products (Cryosphere Today Global SIA, NSIDC Arctic SIE + Antarctic SIE). If there are any other out there, let me know. The record is probably being broken there too, if it isn't already. And also let me know if a climate risk denier outlet reports this.