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Published on Feb 11, 2007
In 1914 Guglielmo Marconi built a wireless station in Chatham Cape Cod that would go on to become the busiest ship to shore station in the Northern Hemisphere. With this he took the initial flash of genius with the first transatlantic transmittion and created the business of wireless communication that is at the heart of today's radio, cell phones, and satellite transmissions. A Mooncusser Film narrated by Walter Cronkite, produced by Barbara Cotnam, directed and edited by Christopher Seufert. See more project samples at http://www.MooncusserFilms.com