The net media (Yasumi Iwakami's IWJ and Nico Nico News) was in the Group B, along with the reporters and cameramen from the local Fukushima newspapers and TV stations.
Iwakami, and Nico Nico's Nanao (he's a cameraman) asked most questions to TEPCO people on the plant. The rest were pretty much content to just listen.
The moment I thought "Oh this is so stereotypically TEPCO" was when they were on the bus passing Reactor 3 turbine building. Someone was reading out the number off his geiger counter, "200 microsieverts/hour!" Then, TEPCO's PR person on board the bus as the guide said, "Oh, back there, it must have been 1,500 microsieverts/hour", or 1.5 millisievert/hour. So TEPCO tells the reporters after the fact, past the spot, to tell them the radiation level that high.