American news broadcaster Edward R. Murrow became famous for these eyewitness radio reports during World War II. His reporting greatly influenced broadcast journalism in the following decades.
This is a unique collection creatively captures the work of Edward R. Murrow and "Murrow's Boys". The role Murrow plays in this evolution reveals a man of tremendous commitment to his craft, despite almost no previous experience in radio, with a great capacity for judging and selecting the others who became the critical reporters on his team. This collection will be a superb addition to the library of any student of WWII and is also recommended for anyon who enjoys history in the making.
"Hear it now"
This special report was hosted by the late, great Edward R. Murrow. This previously unavailable 1949 report features interviews and sound bites of military and civilian witnesses to many of the early landmark UFO encounters. This recording is believed to be the first assessment of the UFO phenomenon ever broadcast.