Japan's Information Crisis

Friday, March 18, 2011

Transcript

Japan’s Prime Minister Naoto Kan sat down with executives from the Tokyo Electric Power Company this week and demanded to know: "What the hell is going on?" It was a question that spoke to a wary nation confused by conflicting reports of a nuclear crisis. The big question remains for Japan and the world - why is information from TEPCO so hard to get and can we even trust it? Political analyst and Tokyo resident Michael Cucek says TEPCO represents a textbook case of what not to do in crisis management.

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Comments [1]

MagSynth

What was the song played at the end of this piece?

Thanks.

Mar. 22 2011 02:32 PM

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