Just Japan Podcast 135: Foreign Journalist in Japan

In Episode 135 of the Just Japan Podcast, host Kevin O’Shea talks with CBC journalist Adam Walsh. Adam is a reporter for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and is now spending time in Tokyo working with the NHK World. NHK World is the English language branch of Japan’s national broadcaster NHK. Adam talks about how he became a journalist in Canada as well as his journey here to Japan. We talk work, cultural differences, food and travel. You’ll definitely find this a fascinating discussion!

 

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This week’s guest is CBC journalist Adam Walsh.

Follow Adam on Twitter: @adamfwalsh

 

Read this recent story by Adam about the differences between a newsroom in Canada and Tokyo!

Life in the Tokyo rat race: A look at Japanese newsroom culture

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Come and hangout with MOI (Kevin….host of the Just Japan podcast) as well as Jim Mullins, host of the Just Japan Podcast at Japan Podtacular 2016 in Kobe, Japan on December 28th. There will be other podcasters there as well as some cool listeners. Everyone is invited! Check out the Facebook page for more information. 

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Get in touch with the podcast and host Kevin O’Shea:

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Email: justjapanpodcast@gmail.com

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Recommended JAPAN podcasts…more Japan-awesome to listen to!

Mully’s Place Podcast

ALT Insider Podcast

2 Player Select Podcast

Disrupting Japan

Hanshin Tiger’s News

Japan 2.0 – Japanese Subculture

Deep in Japan

 

 

 

 

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