CBC Atlantic and CBC New Brunswick Use CHCO-TV as a News Source

LJI Journalist Name
Vicki Hogarth
LJI Partner Name
CHCO TV New Brunswick
Region
Maritimes
Community
Charlotte County NB

CBC Atlantic and CBC New Brunswick used CHCO-TV as a news source for a story on a body of a missing woman found on Navy Island near Saint Andrews. The body of woman was discovered by a group of local teens who had kayaked to the island. When RCMP and firefighters arrived on scene to recover the body, CHCO-TV was the only news outlet at the site covering the event. We offered our video footage to CBC for use in their news broadcasts. CBC New Brunswick used CHCO-TV's video footage for two different newscasts, and CBC Atlantic used CHCO-TV's video footage for one newscast.  

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