Electrical Experimenter, May 1914, page 18:
NEWS OUT OF THE AIR.
With the organization of the Central Kansas Radio club the first experimental wireless system for the purpose of transmitting news is being formed. The organization is composed of young men interested in wireless telegraphy and who will furnish the smaller papers of the state with the news from neighboring towns. The service will be given free by the wireless operators, who are seeking proficiency rather than money.
The scheme is the outgrowth of the wireless enthusiasm of Henry Goodel, a high school boy of Topeka, and Lee Henry, a photographer at Minneapolis, Kan. They have been sending radiograms to each other for several weeks, increasing the length of their messages steadily until now they can send news stories.
The boys expect soon to arrange for the relay of messages that will have to travel over forty or fifty miles, that distance being about the capacity of the smaller instruments.