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Japan's timid coverage of Fukushima led this news anchor to revolt - and he's not alone

pri.org — No one is telling Shiga Kamematsu the truth. It's been three-and-a-half years since 83-year-old Kamematsu left his home, with its rice patties, vegetable fields and 10 cows, fleeing the disaster at the nearby Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactor. He still can't go back. When will it be ready for people again?
Oct 19, 2014

RT @ShizuokaSpeaks: 3 yrs after #Fukushima, a wave of criticism toward #Japanese media for "announcement journalism" & self-censorship - ht…

Oct 17, 2014

We must keep at it. Pursue the truth, not regurgitate Announcements: pri.org/stories/2014-1…

Oct 17, 2014

RT @pritheworld: Former news anchor @nhk_HORIJUN is starting a new media company to break the compliant mold of Japanese reporting. trib.al/iRfuHEk

Oct 17, 2014

Japan's timid coverage of Fukushima led this news anchor to revolt— and he's not alone. bit.ly/1CxEOBQ @RSF_RWB @RSF_Europe @cpjasia