Rescue at Moose River: The Birthplace of on-the-spot-reporting by Blain Henshaw
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Overview: On Easter in 1936, three men went into a gold mine at Moose River, Nova Scotia, and became trapped for 10 days by a massive cave-in. J. Frank Willis made history with his live reports from the mine head that were broadcast on more than 700 radio stations around the world. It marked the beginning of a new era in broadcasting and journalism.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History