Our Planet-TV

Ourplanet-TV, an alternative non-profit and non-commercial media station, produces and broadcasts independent documentary films & interviews online. Our Planet-TV does not recieve corporate or advertising fees. Please donate us to maintain non-commercial news programmes.

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Our Achieves

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Jun

2013

A mother of 5 children in Nihonmatsu, Fukushima pref. has lived with uncertainty, fear and hope since the Fukushima accident

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08

Apr

2013

Recuperation for the Fukushima Children

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07

Mar

2013

Plaintiffs demand a criminal investigation by Tokyo Prosecutors Office

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Feb

2013

Why I myself cannot evacuate, a father in Fukushima confesses

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07

Feb

2013

The Interview of Idogawa, Mayor of Futaba Town, after his Resignation

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Dec

2012

Protesters demand the IAEA to consider the radiation effect seriously

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Aug

2012

A short film of the 7.29 occupy parliament action

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Jul

2012

Freedom of the press, Our Planet TV sued the Japanese government and parliament press conference

Our Planet TV, a Japanese non-profit internet media, sued the Japanese government and parliament press conference on July 17, 2012 for the permission to access the rooftop of parliament press conference hall to take pictures. Our Planet TV has been asking for an access to the rooftop of parliament press conference hall to take the photos of "anti-nuclear Friday protests" carried out in front of Prime Minister's office. However, these requests have been rejected for not belonging to the National Press (Kisha) Club. Hajime Shiraish, the head of Our Planet TV, commented that 'we believe that only speech should combat the status quo to acquire the 'freedom of speech'. However, we have faced the situation that we are not able to report what is going on in front us every Friday. We found it extremely difficult to win through the conventional way of negotiation. Unavoidably, we decided to sue the government and press conference. We expect that this provisional disposition will open the way for the freedom of press'. The group of the lawyers explained that the lawsuit against parliament press conference for an access to buildings should be a very rare case.   

 

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